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Posted by  Thrasymachus on April 01, 2004 at 10:53:57:

In Reply to:  Phony DesignCommunity Architecture Discussion Forum posted by Paruresis on April 01, 2004 at 10:24:33:

1. What are "AIAs" ??? Do you mean the American Institute of Architects or do you mean all licensed architects? AIA membership is not required of licensed architects. Thus, many architects designing "damaging" restrooms are not members of the AIA, and not subject to it's requirements.

2. What are "AIA restroom designs" ??? I belong to the AIA, and have never seen an official set of restroom design standards that all members were required to use.

3. You'll win more people over to your cause by being less pugilistic. You seem to be in an attack mode. The educated professionals you are targeting deserve to be addressed in a more cordial manner. Educate us, don't berate us.

 
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