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Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Aia, from most recent to least.

80 Square-Foot Bunkhouse Serves Myriad of Functions for this Family

80 Square-Foot Bunkhouse Serves Myriad of Functions for this Family

Nena Perry-Brown | June 19th 2018

This multi-functional studio in Puget Sound was constructed by a father-daughter design team.... read»

DC Gets a Look at The House of Tomorrow

DC Gets a Look at The House of Tomorrow

Nena Perry-Brown | April 13th 2016

While DC is a city often focused on how to preserve its architectural history, a select group saw a glimpse of the future last night.... read»

A Net Zero Development and More Star in AIA|DC's New Exhibition

A Net Zero Development and More Star in AIA|DC's New Exhibition

Lark Turner | July 29th 2014

Among our hometown favorites: A net zero development, a redesigned Franklin School and a theater in Alexandria.... read»

'Tall DC' Project Envisions a DC With Skyscrapers

'Tall DC' Project Envisions a DC With Skyscrapers

Lark Turner | May 15th 2014

The project proposes a radical 'new monumentalism' in a deliberate challenge to the Height Act.... read»

Stronghold Tiny House Wins an AIA Award

Stronghold Tiny House Wins an AIA Award

Shilpi Paul | October 17th 2013

Minim House, one of the Tiny Houses currently on display at the Boneyard Studios in Stronghold, just won a Merit award from the DC chapter of the Amer... read»

AIA Creates Database of Unfinished Projects

AIA Creates Database of Unfinished Projects

Shilpi Paul | November 8th 2011

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) hopes that a new database will get stalled projects back in motion and architects and developers back to wo... read»

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