A hui of local architects invites the public to participate in workshops focused on making Honolulu and the state better places to live.
AIA Honolulu, the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is this week kicking off a design symposium themed “Building Voices: Livable Cities & Communities.”
It’s done in conjunction with CSI Hawaii, the Hawaii Architectural Foundation, AIA Hawaii State Council and the School of Architecture at the University of Hawaii Maoa.
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