POTOMAC FALLS, VA – The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) has released the summer 2012 edition of its official journal, Design Solutions. The publication, available in print and online in a digital format, offers in-depth features and resources including a Spotlight on AWI’s Quality Certification Program (QCP), a technical article and a Product Showcase.
A cornerstone article and technical article are published in each new issue of Design Solutions Magazine. This quarter’s cornerstone article is called “AWI: The Design Community’s Partner in Success” and provides thorough information on the benefits of Affiliate Membership with AWI. This issue’s technical article is called “Designing Custom Moulding: Tips to Remove Anxiety” and provides useful tips to reduce the stress often associated with designing custom moulding profiles for those special clients.
As always, you can still count on seeing the same beautiful examples of fine architectural woodwork manufactured by AWI Member Companies.
The summer 2012 issue features:
• AWI member company Mark Richey Woodworking & Design, Inc. of Newburyport, MA, and their work on The Kauffman Center for Performing Arts in Kansas City, MO.
•AWI member company Allegheny Millwork & Lumber of Lawrence, PA, and their work on the Hamilton Restaurant in Washington, DC.
•AWI member company New Holland Church Furniture of New Holland, PA, and their work on Third Presbyterian Church in Rochester, NY.
•AWI member company HCW Incorporated of Bainbridge, GA, and their work on Bainbridge College Bursary in Bainbridge, GA.
•AWI member company Daiek Woodworks of Sterling Heights, MI, and their work assisting with specialized technical production that is part of a millwork package.
Design Professionals seeking AIA credits can rely on the AWI Speakers Bureau to fulfill their learning credits. The AWI Speakers Bureau provides the opportunity for design professionals, woodworking firms, and other industry partners to host speakers who deliver current and relevant information on the standards and practices within the architectural woodwork industry for AIA credits. AWI is the oldest registered continuing education provider of learning units for architects and design professionals.
The summer 2012 edition of Design Solutions, as well as back issues, can be found on the AWI's website.
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