Archispeak looks back on the first full day at the AIA Convention in Atlanta, which included some inspiring and not so inspiring Keynote speeches headlined by former President Bill Clinton. We also discuss the results from the NCARB Task Force and their stand on the use of "intern" plus a look at the Death of the Tweetup.
Links for this episode (all open in a new window in case you're listening to the podcast on the site):
- #ilookup - the website and marketing campaign by the AIA
- Moshe Safdie wins the 2015 AIA Gold Medal
- Edward Mazria wins the 2015 Edward C. Kemper award
- NCARB sheds the "intern" title
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