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#114 - #AIACon17

Archispeak brings the #AIACon17 to you with this special recap episode with interviews from those that attended the conference in Orlando.

Photo by Rusty Long

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Guest Lora Teagarden accepting her 2017 AIA National Young Architect Award.

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Links

  1. Guest - Lora Teagarden
  2. ARE Sketches by Lora Teagarden
  3. 2017 AIA National Young Architect Award - Lora Teagarden
  4. Guest - Rusty Long
  5. Rusty Long on Instagram
  6. AIA Conference on Architecture 2017
  7. New resolutions propel AIA forward in a time of change
  8. Edible Education Experience

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Photo by Lora Teagarden

Music

The music for this episode is Run by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!

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