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100 Years of AIA North Carolina

100 Years of AIA North Carolina

On the evening of September 17, 1913, the five founding members of the American Institute of Architets (AIA)  North Carolina (H.C. Linthicum, Louis Asbury, Willard Northup, Richard Smith and Garland Rose) met in Winston-Salem to draft the charter, bylaws and application to the American Institute of Architects.

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2013 Firm of the Year Recipient- Duda/Paine Architects

2013 Firm of the Year Recipient- Duda/Paine Architects

The AIA North Carolina Firm Award is given to a North Carolina firm that has consistently produced quality architecture with a verifiable level of client satisfaction for a period of at least 10 years as an established presence in this state. This award is the highest honor the Chapter can

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CANstruction- August 2013

CANstruction- August 2013

Canstruction is a nonprofit organization that holds annual design/build competitions to construct giant sized structures made entirely out of canned food. Triangle CANstruction is ‘Camping’ all over the Triangle this year! THey joined up with local galleries and businesses to have teams create an ‘Amazing Race’ of

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NCSU Student Work- February 2013

NCSU Student Work- February 2013

This exhibit highlighted the work of architectural students from NC State University who received scholarships from the AIA Triangle Section.

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Smart Living- The 2,000 Watt Society- August 2012

Smart Living- The 2,000 Watt Society- August 2012

In 2008, the citizens of Zurich approved a referendum that set the goal of reducing energy consumption by each person from the current 6,500 watts to 2,000 watts by 2150. Smarter Living—The 2,000-Watt Society illustrates the impact of this significant goal by presenting the diverse range of design

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Arts for Life- December 2012

Arts for Life- December 2012

Arts For Life partnered with Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center in 2003 to establish educational art programs for young patients and their families. The teachers bring dynamic arts lessons to young patients, ages 2-24, in healthcare settings. In 2011, the team in Durham taught 3,145 art

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