The Value of Design

Slated for Demolition—Act Now!

It has come to our attention that award-winning structures located in southern California may be demolished. Orange Coast Community College, home of Garrett Eckbo’s landscape architecture and the Richard Neutra ...

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Convention Highlights and Perspectives

AIA National Convention may not be what one perceives if they haven’t attended. It is less about continuing education units and material representatives and more about connecting with your fellow ...

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Serraino on Olsen

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Berkeley’s independent news site pays attention to modern architecture Back in the days when the AIACC published arcCA (Architecture California) as a print quarterly, the chief perk of being on ...

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Vocal Criticism Be Warned

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This op-ed piece was written by member Stuart Magruder, AIA, LEED, who stepped up to actively participate in public policy and when he questioned motives, felt rather marginalized.  We thought ...

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Rio Vision Meets R/UDAT

Humphrey the Whale

In 1985 and then again in 1990, Humphrey the Humpback Whale, deviated from his Pacific Ocean migration path and found himself 60 miles inland of the coast of San Francisco ...

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School Design Excellence

2014 Leroy Greene

On Feb. 25 in Sacramento, Calif., CASH (The Coalition for Adequate School Housing), in partnership with AIACC, announced the recipients of the 2014 Leroy F. Green Design + Planning Awards. ...

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