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An Interveiw with Olivier Mousson, President of the SEIN

With the support of three consuls, Bonaparte, Cambaceres and Lebrun, The Society for the Advancement of the National Industry (SEIN) was founded in 1801 by a group of scientists, government officials and entrepreneurs gathered around Chaptal (the great chemist and industrialist) for the economic reconstruction of countries emerging from...

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What is Atria?

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Rise of Coworking and its Influence on Social Innovation

How the idea of connecting like-minded social entrepreneurs went from concept to global network in a decade.

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Coworking as a sustainable Pillar of Urban Ecosystems.

The past fifteen years have witnessed a fundamental shift in the global business landscape where any small group of individuals, whether employees of large corporations or self-employed workers, can seed and grow incredibly powerful business models with little more than a laptop and a cellphone.

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Rapid Recovery Through Resilient Design

August 24, 2011, is a day I will never forget. That morning I was called by my boss at the Washington, D.C., office of Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates to join a team that would assess the damage suffered by the Washington National Cathedral during a 5.8 earthquake the day...

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Resilience Energizes the AIA’s Philanthropic Efforts

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Needs Beyond Architecture

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Building Trust In Design

There are many variations of passages of Lorem Ipsum available, but the majority have suffered alteration in some form, by injected humour, or randomised words which don't look even slightly believable.

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Tactical Doing: How Public Workshop is Growing the Next Generation of Civic Leaders

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Shaping the future of Architecture Education

The story of architect duo Marie and Keith Zawistowski begins with a truckload of 72,000 carpet tiles. They were both 21 years old, and had enrolled in Auburn University’s Rural Studio Outreach Program to study under Professor Samuel “Sambo” Mockbee with four other students.

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