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Table of Contents February 2012

 

Dialogue

  • My Generation

    Gen-Xers are stuck between two far-larger and more socially and professionally dominant groups.

     

News

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    School of Hard Knocks

    Tuition is rising for architecture students, even as graduates face bleak unemployment.

     

AIArchitect

AIAVoices

AIANow

AIACollaboration

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    Center Stage

    Architecture centers fill the gap between design matters and the public interest.

     

AIAKnowledge

AIAFeature

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    Booster Seats

    Beyond the business of bricks and mortar, public service is more than an elective for some architects.

     

AIAPerspective

P/A Awards

Business

Best Practices

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    Soft Mergers

    Building a strategic alliance is a way to expand without exposing your firm to liability.

     

Local Market

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    Trenton, N.J.

    Though industry has stalled in Trenton, its building stock is diverse.

     

Typology

Technology

I.T.

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    Training Day

    Three leaders in design-software training discuss architecture's changing relationship with tools.

     

CEU Article

  • The Bow, a 58-story skyscraper in downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada

    A Natural Stance

    The Bow seeks to redefine the role of sustainability in human wellness and a happier workplace.

     

Other Articles

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    Skinjobs

    Scientists are making progress toward manufacturing a crucial organ: skin.

     

Culture

Crit

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    Back to the Future

    Koolhaas and Obrist's history of how postwar Japanese Metabolists looked to the future of architecture.

     

Exhibits Books Etc.

Studio Visit

  • Lot-Ek Cofounding partner Giuseppe Lignano.

    Lot-ek

    Lot-ek's New York design workshop is a fixture in the city's rapidly transforming Meatpacking District.

     

Past P/A

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    The Little Tower That Could

    In this small tower in downtown San Francisco, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill showed how to make a good mixed-use building on a hard-to-use triangular site.

     

Products

Other Articles