The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Ecomorph: Self-Sustaining Form Lance Hosey, AIA, LEED AP (William McDonough + Partners) Dec 10, 2008
Educate, Preserve, Reuse: The Good (Not Great) Garage Buildings of San Francisco Mark Kessler (University of California, Davis) Dec 01, 2008
Educate, Preserve, Reuse: The Good (Not Great) Garage Buildings of San Francisco Mark Kessler (University of California, Davis) Dec 01, 2008
Emergency Departments: The New Front Door Beth Leslie Glasser, AIA (Anshen+Allen, Architects) Oct 01, 1998
Emerging From the Twilight Zone: Planning for Future Technology During Renovation M. Terry Miller, EE (Gene Burton & Associates) Oct 01, 2004
Energy Conscious Redesign The AIA Research Corporation Jul 01, 1980
Energy Efficiency Benchmarks for Housing Jörg Rügemer (University of Utah), Ryan Smith (University of Utah) Apr 30, 2011
Evidence-based Research for Architectural Design: Residential Site Plans and Older Adults Walking Zhe Wang, Ph.D., RA, LEED AP (Cannon Design), Mike Pukszta, AIA (Cannon Design), Mardelle Shepley, D. Arch, AIA, LEED AP (Texas A&M University) Dec 01, 2011
Evolution of the ED James Harrell, FAIA, FACHA, LEEP AP, Angela Mazzi, AIA, ACHA, EDAC Oct 24, 2012
Evolution of the Hospital: The Next 20 Years W.H. (Tib) Tusler, Jr., FAIA (Planning for Health) Oct 01, 1998

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