AIA Design Theory

How Green Can You Go?

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-March 2011

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

Chris Briley helps homeowners navigate the road to sustainability

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Eric Stark

 

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-November/December 2010

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

From limitation to possibility, Eric Stark shares his process-based approach to architecture

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Blending New with Old

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-September 2010

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

Architect Scott Simons is at the intersection of historic and modern

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Industrial Design Identity

 

 

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-October 2010

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

In Patric Santerre’s world, architecture and industrial design go hand in hand

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Adding Inward

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-August 2010

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

Architect Carol De Tine shows us how adding inward can be better than adding on.

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Harnessing Light

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-July 2010

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

Architect Matthew O’Malia on utilizing one of Maine’s seasonally limited resources—light

 

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Blurring the Boundaries

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AIA DESIGN THEORY-June 2010

Edited by Rebecca Falzano
Photography Trent Bell

Theodore and Theodore explain how architectural design can create the illusion of space without building it

 

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