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ARCHITYPE: June 2022
The Digital Magazine of AIA Connecticut

 In this issue:
• 2022 Alice Washburn Awards
• 2022 Business Architecture Awards
• Women in Architecture Awards
• Architect Liability Protection on Disaster Assistance Signed into Law
• Q+A: The Launch of A 'Rising Tide'
• Architecture is lost at sea. And that may be a good thing.
• 2022 Preservation Awards New Haven Preservation Trust
• A Perfect Perch: The Architect's Chair Hill-stead Museum Visitors Center
• Designing for the Post-COVID Resident

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