This issue of The Citizen Architect is about the ways that the members of AIA interact with their communities in a direct and personal way.

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Many years ago, I was watching TV after another long day at my job, working on yet another  project deadline, when [...]

Organic Marketing

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As an owner of an engineering company, my philosophy on marketing is fairly simple but has proven to be well received.  [...]

Experiencing Architecture through Immersive Apps

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The Savannah Chapter of American Institute of Architects partnered with Geotourist, a location-based travel app, to provide an audio tour of [...]


The Reimagining of Cascade Heights

More and more people are moving to Atlanta for its job opportunities, weather and now its city scene. To handle growth, old neighborhoods are becoming the focus of new growth and burgeoning development.

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Forgotten APS: John B. Gordon Elementary

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Any visitor who pays a visit to the East Atlanta Village will notice eclectic clubs, quaint eateries and a newly constructed [...]

Power of Community

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Involvement, service, and outreach are words often paired with the term community, but the impacts of such works transcend any singular [...]

Young Savannah Review : 2017 Day at the Capitol

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From an architecture student’s perspective the visit to the capital was an exciting opportunity to gain insight into the decision making [...]


Amlagamation, Murphy Market, and Urban Atmospheres

Georgia’s design schools are our very own hotbed for the next up and coming architects. Find their work scattered throughout this issue.

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