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AD stands for Architectural Design

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The symposium will also discuss the laws and legislations that should be promulgated to preserve local traditional architectural design either in the old or in the new quarters, the impact of local orders, construction laws and planning limitation, regional dimension and architectural heritage in forming the architectural design for the city.
The 23 institutions responding to an informal University Business survey about the CIC HCAP indicate that the site is already being put to good use, for: campus planning; promoting a school's presence to prospective students and staff as well as to alumni; sharing campus buildings' histories with the public; and seeing work by particular architectural design firms.
Spacesmith, formerly Harris Smith Design, founded and managed by Jane Smith, AIA, was the architectural design firm for the space, while ACC Construction, headed by Michele Medaglia, built out WWE's brand new, 11th floor offices.
Together they have two decades of experience in the architectural design of: public housing, commercial buildings, education facilities, theatres and auditoriums, private residences, air terminal buildings, recreational facilities, government buildings, military installations, tourist facilities, museums, art galleries, interpretive centres, health care facilities, libraries, churches and long-term care centres.
The Williamses argue that architectural design should be protected medium of expression, and the court may agree.
The symposium will also discuss the laws and legislations that should be promulgated to preserve the local traditional architectural design either in the old or in the new quarters, in addition to the impact of the local orders, construction laws and planning limitation, the regional dimension and architectural heritage in forming the architectural design for the city.