The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Project profile: KAUST AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2010
Performance by Design: An Energy Analysis of AIA/COTE Top Ten Projects Nathan Brown (AIA/AIAS COTE Research Fellowship 2009), AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Dec 01, 2009
Passageways / Portes et Passages Coleman A. Jordan, Muhsana Ali, Paula Gerstenblatt, Mamadou Sarr, Amadou Kane Sy Oct 12, 2009
Perspectives on the NICU Environment Scott Radcliff, AIA, LEED AP Oct 01, 2009
Common Mistakes in Designing Psychiatric Facilities David M. Sine, ARM, CSP, CPHRM Oct 01, 2009
Redesigning the Office for Family Medicine: Promoting Efficient and Effective Work Processes through Design Dina Battisto, Ph.D., M.Arch, Stephen Thomas, MD, Salley Whitman, CHE, Tara Weeks, M.Arch Oct 01, 2009
Wellness Centers and Baby Boomer Women Ghada Mohamad, M.Arch Oct 01, 2009
A Shared Vision: Patients, Providers, and Economics Beyond Evidence Based Design Ed Pocock, AIA, John Barker, AIA, NCARB, Charles Huber Oct 01, 2009
Nonlinear Systems Biology and Design: Surface Design Jenny E. Sabin, M.Arch. (University of Pennsylvania), Peter Lloyd Jones, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania) Jul 13, 2009
Case Studies of Carbon Neutrality Alison G. Kwok, Ph.D., AIA, LEED AP (University of Oregon) May 28, 2009

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