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The American Institute Of Architects

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under The American Institute Of Architects, from most recent to least.

What the Architecture and Development Industries Have Said Amid the Uprisings

What the Architecture and Development Industries Have Said Amid the Uprisings

Nena Perry-Brown | June 3rd 2020

As a growing list of organizations have released statements in response to the national wave of uprisings, UrbanTurf shares the statements of those... read »

How Missing Middle Housing Can be Inserted in DC’s Zones

How Missing Middle Housing Can be Inserted in DC’s Zones

Nena Perry-Brown | February 26th 2020

A local architecture firm is lending additional perspective into how missing middle housing can be infilled with the city's existing zoning. ... read »

AIA Exhibit Offers Futuristic Vision for Dupont Underground

AIA Exhibit Offers Futuristic Vision for Dupont Underground

Nena Perry-Brown | August 2nd 2019

Four years ago, the abandoned trolley station beneath Dupont Circle was converted into a place for the arts. Here is what a team of architects... read »

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’s Modern Architecture Neighborhood

DC’s Modern Architecture Neighborhood

Mark Wellborn | April 13th 2011 | 8 Comments

It will likely come as news to many readers that the country is in the midst of The American Institute of Architects National Architecture Week. In... read »

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