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ARCHITYPE: July/August 2022
The Digital Magazine of AIA Connecticut

 In this issue:
•  120th Anniversary Celebration at the Shore
•  Members Voice Task Force Looks at AIA Needs
•  Architecture Is Evolving, and the Pritzker Prize Demonstrates This
•  Four Steps to Creating Solutions that Fit Your Organizational Culture
•  The 2022 Emerging Professional Awards
•  The 2022 Allied Members
•  Julia Su Jack, AIA Appointed to the Connecticut ALB
•  The 2022 Connecticut Architecture Foundation Scholarships Announced
•  Governor Lamont Signs Key Climate Change and Energy Legislation

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