aias Weekly Update MultiBriefs
Contact Us
Media Kit

Browse Categories

Browse by Date

What to look out for in construction contracts

Construction contracts are often lengthy and complicated documents. Despite the fact that these agreements form the foundation for the relationship between the signing parties, the fact that they are so voluminous means that they are rarely thoroughly examined. Since attorneys...

source: By Nate Budde
Search past issues
Search products and services

The architecture profession continues to evolve and so must the programs that support the path to licensure. Who better to weigh in on the experience requirement than you, an intern completing the Intern Development Program (IDP) or taking the Architect Registration Examination...

source: NCARB

As students it's easy to get caught up with trends. We live in a time riddled with more pretty things than any generation before us. Sex sells, and the shinier the surface better. But one thing we've become in danger of losing is a sensitivity to and understanding of value....

source: AIAS

Too often, architects spend more time trying to impress each other than they do thinking about sustainable solutions for the future. That’s the position of Rob Breed and Changfang Luo, two young architects who have joined forces to create Architecture in Development.

source: Green Building Elements

North America used to be the boss when it came to constructing super-tall buildings, but now it's lost that bragging right. However, the quest to impress in a financially wise way is still inspiring big city skylines, like in Los Angeles, CBS News' David Begnaud reports.

source: CBS News

The global green building market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 13 percent during 2015-2020, according to a report from Research and Markets. Strong growth is attributed in part to the rising awareness of global warming...

source: Environmental Leader

The Torch in Dubai, one of the tallest residential buildings in the world, caught fire recently. Hundreds of people were evacuated from the residential tower, which stands at more than 1,000 feet tall, but no casualties have been reported, although several people are receiving...

source: Architect Magazine


Powered by MultiBriefs
7701 Las Colinas Ridge, Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063

Subscribe to AIAS CRIT Newsletter

*First Name:
*Last Name:
Street Address:
State / Province:
Zip / Postal Code:
Are you a member of AIAS? Yes   No
Privacy Policy