Architecture and the New Congress: The AIA’s Legislative Priorities – Architect Magazine

Inside the legislative priorities on the AIA’s agenda for 2015. Plus, how to navigate the political process to benefit your practice. By Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson For much of recent memory, the news about Congress has more often been about partisan gridlock than about...
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Digifab Update: Architectural Applications for 3D Printing – Architect Magazine

Emerging Objects and Smith|Allen Studio are using the fabrication technology to bring new materials and applications to projects. By Blaine Brownell Additive manufacturing represents a compelling, if uncertain, approach to building construction. Employed by computationally savvy...
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The Name of Sustainable Architecture’s Favorite New Material is M-U-D

A new-yet-old building material is revolutionizing construction and energy consumption in Mali. Promising to drive down base costs, improve insulation, and keep out heat, this green innovation is great news for one of the world’s poorest and most beleaguered nations, especially...
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