The American Institute of Architects

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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
An Open Building Strategy for Coverting Obsolete Office Buildings to Housing Stephen Kendall, PhD (Ball State University) Mar 01, 2005
Apparatus X: Designing an Architecture for Civic Engagement Aaron Wertman (Pennsylvania State University), Marcus Shaffer (Pennsylvania State University), James Kalsbeek (Pennsylvania State University) May 13, 2015
Applicable Experiments: Collaborative Models for Material Research Christopher Romano (University of Buffalo), Nicholas Bruscia (University of Buffalo) May 13, 2015
Applied Research: Design-Build Studio as Laboratory Mary C. Hardin (University of Arizona) May 13, 2015
Architectural Design and Solar Rights: Legislation or Vernacular Eric O. Pempus, AIA, Esq., NCARB, LEED GA May 16, 1978
Baseline: Researching Performance Standards for Energy Conscious Design The AIA Research Corporation Oct 01, 1978
Behavioral Healthcare Design: Ten Things You ‘Know’ That ‘Just Ain’t So’ James M. Hunt, AIA, NCARB Mar 02, 2015
Bench-to-Bedside: Translating Medicine, Motivating Patients & Sustaining Environments Sharon E. Woodworth, AIA, ACHA Oct 24, 2012
Benchmark Performance Metrics for Integrated Project Delivery Awad S. Hanna Sep 30, 2016
Beyond Net-to-Gross Jamie Horwitz, PhD (Iowa State University) Mar 01, 2005

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