10. There is not one answer to why our members belong to AIA. Read the diverse viewpoints from the 2018 Board of Directors in this round-up.
9. Columns Editor Maya Henry interviews Kuza Woodward of IMPACCT Brooklyn about what Pittsburgh can learn from affordable housing development in Brooklyn
8. What have Greg Dutton and Matt Diersen, AIA learned as consulting architects on HGTV’s Restored by the Fords?
7. Bea Spolidoro, AIA reports on Carnegie Mellon University’s AIAS chapter’s roundtable on what happens after you graduate from architecture school.
6. John Ryan, AIA explores the evolution of wellness design in this feature on how architecture can contribute to overall well-being.
5. Emily Pierson-Brown, Assoc. AIA reflects on her experience as a participant in the AIA Leadership Institute for Emerging Professionals.
4. How can Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) construction methods prevent death and infection, primarily in occupied healthcare facilities? Bea Spolidoro, AIA makes the case for why architects should be aware of ICRA best practices.
3. For this Columns Q&A, Aleeza Furman and Kyleen Pickering interview Manar Hashem and Will Jodka, two Pittsburgh-based architectural designers who have done a great deal of work internationally.
2. Color trends may come and go, but the psychology of color is long-standing and universal. Columns Editor Maya Henry looks at why color matters.
1. Sarah Rafson highlights the nonprofit work of Ayla Abiad, Assoc. AIA and the Build a Bridge foundation.