October 2012 Table of Contents

AIArchitect
Community BuilderAIAVoices Community Builder

Research and the public interest. Read more

Pencils DownAIAAdvocacy Pencils Down

Being an engaged voter has never been easier for architects. Read more

Well RoundedAIAFeature Well Rounded

As hospital campuses grow, how can they simultaneously shrink their environmental footprints? Read more

Common GroundAIAPerspective Common Ground

Architects have to be in it to influence it. Read more

Features
Renzo Piano's the Shard and Central St. Giles: Built for the 1 Percent, Open to the Restcritique Renzo Piano's the Shard and Central St. Giles: Built for the 1 Percent, Open to the Rest

Renzo Piano’s the Shard brings new life to the London skyline, but is inaccessible to the masses. Nearby central St. Giles balances big-ticket design with the needs of the common folk. Read more

Wiel Arets: Illinois Institute of Technology's College of Architecture's New DeanQ&A Wiel Arets: Illinois Institute of Technology's College of Architecture's New Dean

Stanley Tigerman, the unofficial dean of Chicago architecture, sat down with the Dutch architect to discuss his vision for the school. Read more

Architects: Who Should You Vote For?politics Architects: Who Should You Vote For?

The design and construction industry has had a rough few years. Will the next four get any better? Two political reporters say that it depends on who you vote for. Read more

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