23rd Annual 2014 Inform Awards

Deliberating during Architecture Week 2014, the Inform Awards jury selected 13 projects out of 122 excellent submissions.

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Architecture in the Eighties

In the premiere issue of Inform, published in 1990, Richard Guy Wilson gave his personal take on the preceding decade. It is uncannily contemporary today.

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What’s to Come for Bigs and Smalls?

Beyond the cold numbers and graphs are the people making the decisions that affect themselves and those around them.

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Design Forum XI: Dwelling

Coming April 11-12, 2014, in Charlottesville is Dwelling: The Art of Living in Century XXI. Meet the speakers now.

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125 Years of Preservation Virginia

Virginia Assembly proposes to recognize the nation’s first state preservation association in honor of its February 13 anniversary.

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Two Area Projects Named in COTE Top 10

The national AIA Committee on the Environment recognizes a law school in Baltimore and Boy Scout treehouse in West Virginia.

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General Assembly Commends VSAIA

Recognizing the VSAIA’s “dedicated service to the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia.”

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Native Places

A collection of thoughts and images by Frank Harmon, FAIA, as they relate to the 2014 Inform Awards.

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A Slippery Slope

Always bite off more than you can chew, but never more than you know how to do.

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The DNA of Inform

Publisher John Braymer, Hon. AIA, highlights the great contributions of the small number of people who conceived and launched the magazine of the Virginia Society AIA, now in its 25th year.

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VCA Recognizes Generosity of 2013 Donors

The following benefactors, through cash gifts or gifts-in-kind, supported the Virginia Center for Architecture in 2013.

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Visions of Seaside

Enjoy this review of the definitive book on Seaside, Fla., and the state of New Urbanism.

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On The Boards

A placement in On the Boards in Inform magazine showcases your projects to project owners, contractors, facility managers, CEOs, local and state governments, and real estate developers.

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Architects Are Not Cartoon Makers

The founder of architect-led design-build firm GLUCK+ (and speaker at Design Forum XI) shares his thoughts on the role of the architect in assuring architectural excellence.

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Museum Medley

Museums you’ll want to visit in Roanoke, Baltimore, Chapel Hill, and Abingdon.

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