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AIAFeature: Cultural Shift AIAFeature: Cultural Shift

Getting licensed may get easier. Read more

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AIAPerspective: Design Thinking AIAPerspective: Design Thinking

What do parking lots, a library, and a Mississippi federal judge have in common? Read more

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Borrowed Time Borrowed Time

Firms sharing people? That's one way to recover from a recession. Read more

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Repositioning the ProfessionRepositioning the Profession

We should seize every opportunity to deliver a message about the importance of architecture. Read more

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Recovery Rooms Recovery Rooms

Designers are building substance-abuse treatment facilities with an eye toward evidence-based trends and livability. Read more

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Somshankar Bose, AIA Somshankar Bose, AIA

As the lines between local and gloabl practices blur, one architect reports on India's viability in the 21st century. Read more

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Developing Art and Design Skills to Inform the Practice of Architecture Developing Art and Design Skills to Inform the Practice of Architecture

A culture of creativity pervades Lehrer Architects, which offers its staff regular life-drawing classes and maintains a Research and Development Room. Read more

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Employee Benefits Can Help Your Firm Retain Staff Employee Benefits Can Help Your Firm Retain Staff

It's tempting for firms to cut incentives in this economic climate, but great benefits can help retain great staff. Read more

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What You're Making (Or Should Be) In '08What You're Making (Or Should Be) In '08

A series of charts tracks salary and benefits by position and experience level. Read more

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Midcareer Choices: From Cooper Union to Construction Midcareer Choices: From Cooper Union to Construction

The dust-covered jobsite is a far cry from the studio Darren Guyer left behind when he switched from junior designer in an architecture firm to a site supervisor for a construction company, but the 31-year-old isn't looking back. Read more

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