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"In 2020, we will celebrate the Pioneer Square Preservation District’s first half century. We should all recognize the extraordinary stewardship that has protected this invaluable resource, and we should thank all who have contributed to its care—preservation board members, city staff, advocates, and others—for countless hours of continued vigilance so that we can all continue to enjoy this extraordinary place."
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Takeaways from +Sightline Institute's focus groups on Seattle attitudes about the burdens and benefits of growth, hopes and dreams for the kinds of places people want to live, and a menu of possible affordability solutions.
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Physical access to education is just one of the many factors historically limiting to generations of architect leaders with disabilities who hold key perspectives on architecture.
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Call for Submissions: 2018 AIA Upjohn Research Initiative. The Upjohn program funds up to six architectural research grants of $15,000-$30,000 per recipient annually for projects completed in a 6- to 18-month period. Submissions due September 1, 2018.
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Are you working on your submission to the AIA Film Challenge? August 27 is the last day to submit a film for a chance to win $5,000. We are looking for stories highlighting architects and civic leaders working together to create a #BlueprintForBetter. For some inspiration, check out the story of Resilient Power Puerto Rico (below, via +WIRED), and visit aiafilmchallenge.org.
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Architect Billie Tsien argues that maternity leave and flexible schedules are essential if those with families are to succeed in the profession of architecture.

If this is a topic that interests you, be sure to register for "Championing Changes," Part 3 of Women in Design Seattle's Paid Leave series this Wednesday, July 11. Tickets & more info at: http://bit.ly/2tXrL1b
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A mega-project adding 2,402 units of housing, including 1,201 affordable units, is on a fast track to approval in Cupertino, California, thanks to a 2017 state law.
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Author Alexandra Lange gives light to some of the historically overlooked contributions by women in the fields of architecture and design.
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Get the scoop: the CEO of Bjarke Ingels Group turned her A'18 keynote at Radio City Music Hall into a 30-minute masterclass on the firm’s business model.
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Written and directed by architect and filmmaker Beverly Willis, "Unknown New York: The City that Women Built" documents the hundreds of female architects and engineers who have contributed to Manhattan's built environment.
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