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Architectural Associations, Organizations and Research Institutes
From Architecture Web Resources By Jeanee Brown and Laralee Nelson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
Art & Design Associations on the World Wide Web - (dead link)
"...provides links to over 645 associations whose members are interested in variety of visual arts, architecture, design, and allied fields."
By Edward H. Teague, Harrye B. Lyons Design Library, North Carolina State University
American Institute of Architecture Students - (dead link)
American Solar Energy Society - (dead link)
Architecture Research Institute
Architectural Association of Ireland - (dead link)
Association for Environment Conscious Building - (dead link)
Association for Women in Architecture - (dead link)
Center for Architecture and Education - (dead link)
Center for Desert Architecture and Urban Planning
Danish Centre for Architecture - Gammel Dok - (dead link) (Danish or English)
"A new and vital part of the center is the documentation department. It currently has a database with over 1000 examples of the best in Danish architecture built in recent years. The Danish Center for Architecture was coupled to the internet in 1997. The database, which is constantly being updated and expanded, can be accessed via the internet."
Earth Architecture Center International - (dead link)
The Online Journal of Ecological Design
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation - (dead link)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards - (dead link)
State Registration Boards - (dead link)
World Monuments Fund
"...is the foremost private, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of historic art and architecture worldwide through fieldwork, advocacy, grantmaking, education, and training."
Maintained by Mike Madin.
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