AIA

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New Survey Details Changing Home Design Trends

Extra insulation and outdoor living spaces among homeowner preferences Read more

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Are Building Codes Revised Too Often?

Pennsylvania is the latest state to take up this debate, but the question is national in scope. Read more

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Architecture Billings Index Shifts Course, Dips in May

A 5% drop to 45.8 for May's Architecture Billings Index from a month earlier ended a string of positive scores (anything at 50 or above represents an increase in billings) during the first quarter. Read more

A Little Function-ality
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A Little Function-ality

A poor housing market has left little love for special function rooms and space in... Read more

The Vultures Are Circling
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The Vultures Are Circling

Can the vilified McMansion, in its various forms and habitats, survive a... Read more

Green Goods: Cool Moves
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Green Goods: Cool Moves

Air conditioners will have an easier time doing their job and electrical bills... Read more

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Green Goods

Cool Moves: A study shows putting radiant barriers in attics can cut peak temps by 23 degrees. Read more

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Relationships by Design

Some dealers are tapping into a platform that makes it more likely they will be included in the planning process of new construction, capturing additional sales from the get-go. By offering American Institute of Architects (AIA) accredited courses, dealers are getting better acquainted with architects, turning them on to the products dealers offer and playing matchmaker between architects and core builder customers. Read more

Tags: Architects, Planning, Design, American Institute of Architects, AIA
Green Goods: Picking a Product
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Green Goods: Picking a Product

The famous Coke vs. Pepsi debate can compare to the competition between green... Read more

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The Differences Between Green Globes and LEED

The famous Coke vs. Pepsi debate can compare to the competition between green building standards. Most standards are made of the same basic ingredients, but they are battling it out to become the preferred product. Read more

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