LITTLE ROCK, Ark.
— Architects aren’t necessarily a resident of a building, but they can be.
And that means there’s no need to wait for a new home or the arrival of a new client.
In fact, many of them will have a home already in the works in a building that was a part of the design team for a recent exhibit at the Architectural Association of America (AA) National Annual Convention.
“They’ve been working on it for a while,” said Chris Ricks, senior vice president of the association’s architecture practice.
“So the first thing is that you’re putting a roof over their heads.”
The AIA has put on an exhibit called “Building the Future: Architectural Artifacts From the American Revolution,” which explores the ways in which architects, writers, painters and others have shaped the nation’s architectural landscape.
The exhibit, called “The Art of Architecture,” is part of a series of workshops and events held throughout the year at the AIA National Convention Center, which is located in downtown Little Rock.
Ricks said the exhibit features more than 30 buildings designed by professional architectural firms, including those that won the AA National Design Award.
For example, the exhibition features a collection of architectural work from architects and landscape architects, including John W. Gant, who designed the U.S. Capitol, the Washington Monument, the National Mall and the Lincoln Memorial.
“It’s a collection that’s very powerful and very accessible to people, and there’s a lot of great architectural work in there,” Ricks said.
Some of the buildings featured in the exhibit include the State Capitol Building and the former Capitol complex at Fort Smith, Missouri.
A building by William W. Phelan in the State House Building in Springfield, Missouri, was among the buildings showcased in the exhibition.
The exhibition also includes work by some of the most famous architects in the country, including Robert Moses, Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry and John Leland Wright.
At the AAS Convention Center on the first day of the AIFA Convention, the exhibits were on display, with a selection of work from some of those designers included.
But the exhibition also features some lesser-known works by artists, including an early work by architect J.G. Ballard, which was designed to be a home for a young child.
The exhibit includes work that is designed to highlight the diverse work of architectural artists, and the exhibit showcases some of that work.
The AAS’ architecture practice has a reputation for providing a unique perspective of architecture, and this exhibition provides a unique opportunity to see the work of some of America’s most notable architects.
When a building is built, it has a life of its own.
It’s a living organism, and it has its own personality.
Architecture is a big business, and Ricks and his team at the AACA do a great job of keeping an eye on it, he said. “
This exhibit helps us understand what happens to buildings over time and what the purpose of a life is.”
Architecture is a big business, and Ricks and his team at the AACA do a great job of keeping an eye on it, he said.
But as more and more buildings are being built around the country and in the developing world, it becomes a real problem.
People want to be connected to their homes, and they want to know what they can do to help them make that happen,” Racks said.”
And that’s why we put on these exhibitions, so people can understand the history of the architectural profession and the history in the United States, and what we can do about it,” he said, adding that the exhibits are also educational.”
They’re teaching us about how architecture was designed, and then they’re also teaching us how to improve the lives of architects,” he added.
As the architectural art is evolving, the AAA is always on the lookout for new ways to connect with the profession and share that knowledge with people.”
Architectural art is not something that’s just about architecture anymore,” Rinks said.