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John Cary and Casius Pealer: Architecture Needs a Three-Year Internship

The founders of ArchVoices respond to NCARB's proposal for a four-year accredited... More

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New Museum of Design Atlanta Exhibit Celebrates Architecture That Dignifies

Architect John Cary curates an exhibition based on his latest book on... More

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Carve Your Own Path and Other Takeaways From AIA WLS 2015

The fourth biennial AIA Women's Leadership Summit gave its sold-out audience ideas... More

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Book: "The Power of Pro Bono"

Forty compelling examples of architectural design for the public good. More

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2010 Annual Design Review

ARCHITECT's second annual competition to decide the best in American architecture. More

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John Cary to Leave Public Architecture

Public Architecture executive director John Cary is departing the San Francisco nonprofit, best known for its pro bono 1 percent program, after six and a half years. More

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Pro Bono Gains Traction Among Architects

A survey of the members of Public Architecture's The 1% project--which asks firms to commit 1 percent of their yearly billable hours to pro bono efforts--and the AIA's creation of pro bono guidelines suggest that architects are increasingly interested in socially responsible work. More

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pro bono ethic flourishing among architects

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