The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Emerging From the Twilight Zone: Planning for Future Technology During Renovation M. Terry Miller, EE (Gene Burton & Associates) Oct 01, 2004
Evolutionary Psychology and Workplace Design: Doing What Comes Naturally Debra Wierenga, Betty Hase (Herman Miller Inc.), Roger B. Call, AIA, ACHA (Herman Miller for Healthcare) Oct 01, 2004
Lighting Design for Healthcare Facilities: A Common-Sense Approach John Niesen, AIA (HDR Architecture) Oct 01, 2004
Bringing Metrics to the Table: Advancing the Metrics Trend to Planning, Design, and Construction Gary L. Vance, AIA, ACHA (LifeStructures), Marlie Eckelman, BSA Oct 01, 2004
Open Building: A New Paradigm in Hospital Architecture Stephen Kendall, PhD, RA (Building Futures Institute, Ball State University) Oct 01, 2004
Project profile: Woods Hole Research Center AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2004
Project profile: City of White Rock Operations Building AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2004
Project profile: Factor 10 House (F10) AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2004
Project profile: Genzyme Center AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2004
Project profile: Greyston Bakery AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2004

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