AIA’s Healthier Communities Through Design showcases local policy initiatives

The American Institute of Architects released Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, a report that demonstrates the power of architecture to improve public health with policies that promote active living, accessibility, transit options, and better indoor air quality.

December 21, 2012 |

The American Institute of Architects released Local Leaders: Healthier Communities Through Design, a report that demonstrates the power of architecture to improve public health with policies that promote active living, accessibility, transit options, and better indoor air quality. The case studies showcase policies and initiatives for designing buildings to promote physical activity and reduce respiratory illnesses.

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