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- 8From:Building Design & Construction (Vol. 41, Issue 8)We are seeing more ethical issues in the headlines every day. Is this because our professional practices involve more ethical issues today, or because we now have higher standards about issues that have always been...
- 10From:Building Design & Construction (Vol. 34, Issue 4)As guidance for school boards who hire design professionals, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) has criticized -- and suggested revisions to -- AIA's owner-architect agreement form (B141). NSBA's suggested...
- 13From:The Architectural Review (Vol. 221, Issue 1323)As convention has it, a formula does apply when moving from metropolitan city existence to ideal country life. First, swap SUV for Land Rover, so as not to look conspicuous, and then search for a redundant farm that...
- 14From:Architecture (Vol. 92, Issue 3)For registered architects, this year's vast continuing education curriculum includes an exhibition on reconstructing cities after disaster hits, a four-day trip to learn about marble in Italy, and the online course...
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