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    PEOPLE AND PLACES

    RDG Planning & Design in Ames, Iowa — Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Morris Architects in Houston, Texas — Foster + Partners, Ferrovial Agromán, and Laing O'Rourke in London, England, United Kingdom — Bergman Walls & Associates in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...

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    AIA SMALL PROJECT AWARDS 2009

    When Nanette and Jerry Stump bought a wooded property in Evansville, Indiana, to build an accessible retirement home, they turned to a young architect fresh out of school: their son.

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    MICHIGAN AIA AWARDS 2009

    For its new northeastern branch, the Ann Arbor District Library asked inFORM studio to design a sustainable building that would promote observation of and respect for its natural surroundings. The resulting Traverwood Branch Library traces a narrow L shape on the corner of a triangular lot, treading lightly on its wooded site while also engaging the street edge.

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    BUILDINGS AND THE CLIMATE BILL

    It's important to "get things right" when a new building is constructed. More so than perhaps anything else we create, new buildings will be with us for a very long time.

    The greenhouse gas cap-and-trade section of the Waxman-Markey climate and energy bill gets most of the attention, as it should, but the bill has many other provisions, some of which are directly important to the building industry.

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