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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
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
Beyond the Mock Up: The Value of Temporary Occupancy and Evaluation David R. Vincent, AIA, ACHA (HKS Inc.), Diane H. Tasian, Assoc. AIA (HKS Inc.), Daniel Stromberg, MD (Children's Medical Center, Dallas) Oct 01, 2001
Big Growth Needs Big Data Kate Renner, AIA, Kaitlyn Badlato, Assoc. AIA (HKS, Inc.) Nov 01, 2017
Biodiverse Built Environments: High-performance passive systems for ecologic resilience Keith Van de Riet, PhD, AIA (University of Kansas) Aug 09, 2022
Biophilic Architecture: Sustainable Materialization of Microalgae Facades Kyoung Hee Kim, PhD, AIA (UNC Charlotte) Aug 21, 2019
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