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Working (A Lot More Than) Nine to Five—With No Pay

Aaron Betsky, who once taught at SCI-Arc, reflects on the school's recent... More

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The Burnout Problem in Architecture

For many architects, the pandemic was a tipping point for problems that had long... More

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Has Remote Work Changed the Architecture Profession for Good?

The pandemic has altered the design workplace in the near term, but perhaps in the... More

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Photo Essay: AIASF Equity by Design 2018 Symposium

Though the event presented data on the design profession that was at times... More

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Girl Uninterrupted Project Releases Initial Survey Results

The 2018 initiative drew responses from 1,271 architects and designers—mostly... More

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AIASF Equity by Design Releases 2018 Equity in Architecture Survey Findings

At the fifth Equity by Design Symposium, the AIA San Francisco committee shared... More

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The Girl Uninterrupted Project Wants to Hear From Emerging Professionals

Nascent designers in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C., have... More

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Rethinking Exposure to Saturated Colored Light

Doses of red and blue light can be a means of increasing daytime alertness and... More

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