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INCLUDE PVAF IN YOUR YEAR-END GIVING PLANS

Time and talent contributed by volunteers is critical to programs such as maintaining LEAFhouse as a resource for students like these Environment, Technology and Economy Scholars. See what PVAF achieved in 2017 and help us do more in 2018!

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Torti Gallas + Partners Publishes New Book - Architects of Community

Torti Gallas + Partners has published Architects of Community, a fully illustrated hardback publication featuring sixty built and ongoing projects and containing informative essays on the firm's methodology and philosophy.

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Carl Elefante, FAIA, Named a Fellow of the Association for Preservation Technology International

Carl Elefante, FAIA, a principal and director of sustainability with Quinn Evans Architects, and AIA National 2018 President-Elect, has been inducted to the Association for Preservation Technology International (APTI) College of Fellows.

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2017 Design Awards Winners Gallery

Visit the 2017 Design Awards Winners Gallery!

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Potomac Valley Chapter of American Institute of Architects Honors Planning Director Gwen Wright with Paul H. Kea Medal

Gwen Wright, Director of the Montgomery County Planning Department, will receive the 2017 Kea Medal, AIA Potomac Valley’s highest honor.

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What's Up With PVAF?

PVAF President Bo Green, AIA talks about what the Potomac Valley Architecture Foundation has been up to lately.

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Architects Sound Cautions on Tax Reform Proposals

"We are reviewing these proposals carefully, to see how they align with our principles to support good design and strong communities." AIA President Tom Vonier, FAIA, on proposed tax reform measures.

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Maryland Architecture Featured in USA Today

Check out "25 Must-See Buildings in Maryland" on the USA Today Travel website!

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Parker and Salmen Among 2017 Fellows

Congratulate AIAPV members Steve Parker and John Salmen on their elevation to Fellowship!

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What Do You Know About Prince George's Modern?

What do you know about Midcentury Modern buildings in Prince George's County that are still standing or have been lost?

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