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    A/E/C SYSTEMS 2001

    The annual barometer for digital technology in architecture, engineering, and construction the A/E/C SYSTEMS Show came to Chicago in June, and its assessment of the state of the industry was resoundingly ambiguous. — Published 2001.0627

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    A DESERT DEVELOPMENT

    An unusual development is growing out of the Sonoran Desert, at the foot of the McDowell Mountains near Scottsdale, Arizona. This region is home to both the beautiful saguaro cactus and a legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture. Now, DC Ranch is also making it home to a new community. — Published 2001.0627

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    A/E/C SYSTEMS GOING TO CHICAGO

    Next week in Chicago the A/E/C SYSTEMS 2001 Exhibition and Conference will once again bring together the leaders of digital technology in the architecture/ engineering/ construction industry. Thousands of design and construction professionals will gather June 18-21 at McCormick Place, Lakeside Center for this annual event. — Published 2001.0613

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    DIGITAL DESIGN GROWS IN EDUCATION

    Does the computer education received by today's architecture students provide them with the skills sought by employers?

    Architects and educators have long disagreed about which skills should be taught in architecture schools and which, if any, are best taught later, during apprenticeships. — Published 2001.0124

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    ELEGANT EFFICIENCY AT ZION CANYON

    Out in the beautiful Utah desert, the U.S. National Park Service (NPS) is elegantly demonstrating how bringing the outside in and the inside out can enhance our appreciation of the built and natural environment.

    The 7,600-square-foot (706-square meter) Zion Canyon Visitor and Transportation Center, in Springdale, Utah, is a showcase of efficiency and sustainability for the NPS. — Published 2001.0103

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    AIA ANNOUNCES HIGHEST HONORS

    The American Institute of Architects has just announced its 2001 awards, which it has bestowed on an architect, a firm, and an educator. These awards are decided on the basis of the recipients' depth and breadth of influence on the profession of architecture. — Published 2000.1213

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    COMPUTER-ENABLED PRACTICE FOR DISABLED ARCHITECTS

    When Joseph Del Vecchio graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in the mid-1980s, he was blocked from pursuing a routine architectural internship.

    Even if he'd found a local office permitting entry to his wheelchair, he would have been unable to reach over the large drafting boards that were routinely assigned to apprentices in those days. In addition, seemingly simple tasks, like getting in a car and driving to a meeting, were tiring and time-consuming. — Published 2000.1206

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    FIRM MAKES ROOM FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

    An established, award-winning firm with a heavy workload but a shortage of qualified talent to hire. A newly formed firm with architectural expertise but little experience in the business world. Put the two together, and it's a formula for success.

    This is what's happened with Design Collaborative Southwest Architects, Inc. (DCSW) and Environmental Dynamics, Inc. (EDI) Both Albuquerque, New Mexico firms claim a win-win result of their unusual collaboration. — Published 2000.1108

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    ACADIA REPORTS PROGRESS IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

    Every October, a small but intrepid group meets at a North American university and peeks into the future of computer-aided design. They can see this future because some of them are inventing it. — Published 2000.1108

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    SEATTLE ARCHITECTS GO PUBLIC

    One of the fastest-growing cities in the United States is Seattle, Washington. Home to Microsoft, Amazon.com, and other well-endowed companies, Seattle is experiencing a building boom in quality as well as quantity.

    Amidst this renaissance of the built environment, AIA Seattle, the city's chapter of the American Institute of Architects, has set aside time again this autumn for their annual Architecture Week, actually a 10 day period, rich with events dedicated to public outreach and professional celebration. — Published 2000.1101

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