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  • Portola Valley Town Center

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  • The Gateway, Maryland Institute College of Art

    A mixed-use facility by RTKL Associates provides housing for MICA students and a focal point for the Baltimore art school.

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    A new database of AIA history tracks the substantive discussion, resolutions, and debates that have occurred at AIA conventions, beginning with the first recorded meeting in 1867.

  • The Comeback Kid

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