Aianc Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Located at a busy intersection in downtown Raleigh, the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIANC) Center for Architecture and Design is the first-ever AIA chapter headquarters built from the ground up. Clad in cypress and other locally available materials, the 12,000-square-foot building also is a flagship for the future of sustainable design.
An upset facebook user shared this "If they build more of these, I will simply avoid Hillsborough Street. Sorry, local businesses. You can't do this to people, I don't understand how people can be so inhumane, stop leaving people without resources and without a place to live. What a shame AIANC!".
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