AIA DESIGN THEORY-JAN/FEB 2012
Edited by Rebecca Falazno Photography Trent Bell
Evan Carroll and Sasha Salzberg have just started their own firm. Their mission? To design housing that meets social needs.
Read more: Home at Any Age
AIA DESIGN THEORY-NOV/DEC 2011
Architect T. Scott Teas tells us how buildings come alive.
Read more: The Big Idea
AIA DESIGN THEORY-October 2011
So much of architecture is about three dimensions. Architect Elizabeth Newman reminds us of a fourth.
Read more: The Hidden Dynamic of Time
AIA DESIGN THEORY-September 2011
Paul Lewandowski believes that memory plays a large role in design
Read more: Memory as Design Inspiration
AIA DESIGN THEORY-August 2011
Edited by Rebecca FalzanoPhotography Trent Bell
For architect Rob Whitten, the site is the starting point
Read more: Site-specific
AIA DESIGN THEORY-July 2011
Paul Attarado and Stephen Pondelis believe good design begins with an open ear
Read more: The Architecture of Listening
AIA DESIGN THEORY-June 2011
Richard Bernhard on the art of assembling a good design team
Read more: Team Building
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