Potomac Falls, VA – The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) has released the fall 2013 edition of their official journal, Design Solutions Magazine. The publication offers in depth features and resources including a technical article and a Product Showcase.

AWI Design Solutions Magazine ReleasedA cornerstone article and technical article are published in each new issue of Design Solutions Magazine. This quarter’s cornerstone article is called “Building a Better Standard - AWS Edition 2” and discusses the changes in the upcoming release of the second edition of the Architectural Woodwork Standards. This issue’s technical article is called “The Shapes of Woodwork!” and provides insight on the geometry of woodwork.

As always, you can still count on seeing the same beautiful examples of fine architectural woodwork manufactured by AWI Member Companies.

The fall 2013 issue features AWI member companies:

•D&L Wood Products Inc., of Crown Point, IN and their work on 500 Lake Shore Drive, in Chicago, IL.

•Historic Restorations of Lancaster, PA, and their work on the Franklin Street Train Station in Reading PA.

•Low Country Case & Millwork, Inc. of Ladson, SC, and their work on a Private Club in Charleston, SC.

•Designer's Specialty Millwork of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and their work on the Max Planck Florida Institute in Jupiter, FL.

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 fall 2013 edition of Design Solutions, as well as back issues, can be found on the AWI website, www.awinet.org.

About AWI

The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) is a nonprofit trade association founded in 1953. Today, AWI represents nearly 4000 members consisting of architectural woodworkers, suppliers, design professionals and students from around the world.

Source: AWI

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