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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.
Though the main focus of the publication is architecture, other design articles are welcome. The main goal of the publication is to seek thought-provoking articles that speak to the architect’s role both inside and out of the profession.
Areas of interest include but are not limited to the following:
progressive & experimental concepts, technology, work life balance, advocacy, current projects & urban development, business tips, interviews.
We invite the participation of students, architects, interior designers, landscape architects, graphic designers, architecture enthusiast, urban planners, artists, industrial designers and other design professionals.
* Submissions must include the authorʼs full name, contact information and a resume or short bio about the author.
* Articles should be no more than 1200 words submitted in plain text via email to email@example.com.
* Images relevant to the article may be submitted in JPEG format. Once the article has been accepted for publication hi-res images will be requested with a minimum of
300dpi, 4 x 5 inches.
* It is the responsibility of the author to secure permission from individuals, buildings or other items featured in photographs. Photographer of all images must be credited.
* Editor reserves the right to select which articles will be published. Authors of selected articles will be notified within 1-2 weeks after submittal. The authors will then have 5 days for any final revisions.
* Authors agree that AIA Georgia is free to publish all articles and hold no responsibility for the validation of information in the article.