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18
Jun

Business Models and Studio Culture: An Interview with 2015 AIA Young Architect Award Recipient Ann Sobiech Munson, AIA

Business Models and Studio Culture: An Interview with 2015 AIA Young Architect Award Recipient Ann Sobiech Munson, AIA

5
Jun

Ehrlich Architects: The Evolution of Multicultural Modernism

Steven Ehrlich, FAIA and lead designer Takashi Yanai, AIA, discuss the evolution of multicultural modernism with host Mike Crosbie, Phd, FAIA.

5
Jun

Helen Lucas: From England to Scotland and Beyond

Michael Crosbie, FAIA, PhD joins Helen Lucas to learn about the challenges and rewards of working as an architect in Scotland.

18
Feb

Architectural Graphic Standards

21
Jan

NotLY: Not Licensed Yet

Michael Crosbie, FAIA, PhD talks about achieving the goal of licensure with Karen M. Kensek, LEED AP BD+C and Douglas Noble, PhD, FAIA, who together were recipients of the 2014 ASCA Creative Achievement Award.

13
Nov

Young Architect: Karen E. Williams, AIA

Michael Crosbie, FAIA, PhD talks with Young Architect Award Recipient Karen E. Williams, AIA.

29
Aug

Architecture in the African Context

South African architect and UIA2014 Commissary General, Karen Eicker, discusses architecture as a process from an African perspective and how the 2014 UIA Congress sub-themes of Resilience, Ecology and Values are just the start of a larger conversation about architecture in sub-Saharan Africa, and the world.

29
Aug

The Global Profession

Albert Dubler, Hon. AIA, 2011-2014 President of the International Union of Architects, speaks from Durban, South Africa with Andrew Caruso, AIA, about global architectural practice and the growing relevance of the UIA as the profession faces more challenges than ever before.

27
Aug

Smart and Green Development and its Affect on Communities

Today, we’ll be talking with convention keynote speaker Majora Carter about how our profession can work toward more sustainable projects as well as those that can have a positive impact on low-income areas.

15
Aug

The Architect as Developer

In traditional practice, architects generally work for a client, contractors do construction and someone else sells the finished building or development. But what if you, as the architect, took full control of the process and became the developer?

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