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Lauren Shanesy / BUILDER / June 24, 2015Read More
John McManus / BUILDER / September 5, 2014
Let’s look at what presently consumes our field of focus. It’s a big question wrapped in a two-word package: What next? We’ll address the question, but not before we call to mind a sharp little turn of phrase from a best-selling novel we managed to read during our own summer reprieve, The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. (Yes, we’re a year behind the rest of the world in many things.) Among a handful of lines that nag after reading the book, like a sinfully delicious chocolate treat, is this one: “The magic point where every idea and its opposite are equally true.”
The ring of this phrase couldRead More
Kriston Capps / ARCHITECT / September 24, 2013
At the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, the AIA was announced as a partner in a new effort to boost resiliency in cities.
To kick off the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, President Bill Clinton announced a global Commitment to Action to support at least 100 cities in hiring a chief resilience officer—in an effort to develop and finance new infrastructure. The effort, part of the 100 Resilient Cities Centennial Challenge, is being led by the Rockefeller Foundation with Swiss Re, Palantir, Architecture for Humanity, and the American Institute of Architects.
A new organizationRead More