AIA in partnership with Houzz is making this event available live for AEC professionals who are unable to attend the event in Charleston, SC

What: For the first time, the AIA’s Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) and Houzz have joined together to extend the CRAN Symposium 2014 to virtual audiences. Moreover, it’s free for all attendees. Anyone can virtually join residential architects from across the country to learn, share, and discuss relevant topics in the field of residential architecture. More than 10 educational sessions will be available online.

When: Thursday, September 18, to Saturday, September 20. To view the schedule of sessions and to access the live stream visit: http://www.houzz.com/AIACRANSymposium

Who: AEC professionals across the country are cordially invited to join the ongoing conversation about what it means to design a good architectural neighbor in the 21st century. Listen in as your peers consider both traditional and Modernist architectural styles from past and present.

How: Simply visit the link above, set up a Houzz profile, which is free, and you can access the available streaming sessions.

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