New Rules

Richards, William
March 2015
Architect;Mar2015, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p46
The article looks at grants awarded by the American Institute of Architects from its Innovation Fund in support of its multiyear Repositioning initiative. Topics mentioned include an overview of the initiative which provides resources to member-focused programs, details of various programs which received funding including the Architecture 2030 Challenge, Custom Residential Architects Network, and Oral History Project, and insights on the future state of architectural design.


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