International Practice

U.S., Canada, and Mexico Announce Reciprocity of Architect Credentials
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U.S., Canada, and Mexico Announce Reciprocity of Architect...

Following a decade of negotiations, architectural regulatory authorities in the... Read more

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Here Are Five Key Metrics from the 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report, With Interactive Charts Here Are Five Key Metrics from the 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report, With Interactive Charts

The 2014 AIA Firm Survey Report shows how architecture firms have (and haven't) responded to the Great Recession. Read more

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AIA Establishes an International Chapter in Shanghai AIA Establishes an International Chapter in Shanghai

AIA president Helene Combs Dreiling and secretary Rich DeYoung delivered the chapter’s charter in an inaugural celebration Wednesday night in China's most populated city. Read more

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How to Break Into Post-Soviet Markets How to Break Into Post-Soviet Markets

American firms are increasingly targeting markets in the former Soviet Union. Here are the challenges—and rewards. Read more

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Work FlowsWork Flows

Notes on cosmopolitanism. Read more

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Border Crossings Border Crossings

What does an "international region" mean these days, anyway? Read more

China's Answer to the Innovation Debate
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China's Answer to the Innovation Debate

A recent 'Economist' article entitled "Has the Ideas Machine Broken Down?" states... Read more

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Transforming PracticeTransforming Practice

A sea change isn't coming. It's already here. Read more

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