The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Project profile: World Headquarters for IFAW AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2009
High Performance Hospital Partnerships: Reaching the 2030 Challenge and Improving the Health and Healing Environment Heather Burpee, Joel Loveland, Michael Hatten, Stan Price Mar 09, 2009
Does a Green Building Need a Green Lease? Stuart D. Kaplow Jan 31, 2009
Actionable Knowledge: A Research Synthesis Project for Affordable Housing Design Practice Sherry Ahrentzen, Ph.D. (Arizona State University) Dec 10, 2008
Case Studies on Collaboration: Lessons Learned from the Library Initiative Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi, AIA Dec 10, 2008
Strategies for Integrated Design of Sustainable Tall Buildings Mir M. Ali, Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Paul J. Armstrong, MArch, R.A. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Dec 10, 2008
Residential Site Environments and Yard Activities of Older Adults Zhe Wang (Texas A&M University), Susan Rodiek (Texas A&M University), Mardelle Shepley (Texas A&M University) Dec 10, 2008
Inpatient Unit Design: Defining the Design Characteristics of a Successful Adaptable Unit Thomas E. Harvey Jr. (HKS, Inc.), Debajyoti Pati (HKS, Inc.), Jennie Evans (HKS, Inc.), Laurie T. Waggener (HKS, Inc.), Carolyn L. Cason (University of Texas at Arlington) Dec 10, 2008
Ecomorph: Self-Sustaining Form Lance Hosey, AIA, LEED AP (William McDonough + Partners) Dec 10, 2008
Socially Responsible Collaborative Models for Green Building Design Keith E. Hedges, AIA, NCARB, M.Arch., M.S.S.E. (University of Wyoming), Anthony S. Denzer, Ph.D., M.Arch, LEEP AP (University of Wyoming), Christopher Livingston, M. Arch (Montana State University), Mark Hoistad (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Dec 01, 2008

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