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#37 - #aiacon14 "Architecture is the Sh!t"

Archispeak attends the AIA Convention in Chicago! Well, not really, but we did gather around the dinner table (literally) and have a conversation with a number of friends of the show who were there. In this very special episode we are thrilled and appreciate everyone that paused, from eating and drinking long enough, to share their thoughts and experiences from AIA Chicago 2014.

Photo taken live during the recording. Sadly, we were not able to speak to everyone at the table.

Photo taken live during the recording. Sadly, we were not able to speak to everyone at the table.

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