Frank Harmon Architect

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Submission Requirements Submission Requirements

Design competitions and the creative economy. Read more

Project Gallery: AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design
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Project Gallery: AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design

This project is located at a busy intersection in downtown Raleigh, the North... Read more

The Results of the 2012 ARCHITECT 50 Ranking
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The Results of the 2012 ARCHITECT 50 Ranking

They are the powerful and the philanthropic, the talented and the profitable. Our... Read more

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Getting Centered Getting Centered

Three new AIA chapters have built spaces to engage professionals and the public they serve. Read more

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Start Your Engines Start Your Engines

Partnering with the Clinton Global Initative, the AIA pledges to create a stalled projects database. Read more

Across the Institute
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Across the Institute

What's happening at AIA chapters across the country. Read more

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The 2nd Annual Architect 50

2009 was a tough year for U.S. firms, but we found out who leads the pack in terms of profitability, design, and commitment to green. Read more

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Profitable: Epstein Profitable: Epstein

The Chicago firm is buoyed by government work and architect of record services. Read more

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Merchants Millpond Visitor Center Merchants Millpond Visitor Center

Designed by Frank Harmon Architect, of Raleigh, N.C., the modest, wood-framed structure­ incorporates a low-tech approach to sustainable design and recalls a historic mill that once occupied the site. Read more

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Nonprofit Architectural Organizations Weathering the Recession Nonprofit Architectural Organizations Weathering the Recession

Nonprofits aren't insulated from for-profit problems, especially in a recession like this one. Read more

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