October 6 - October 10, 2014

Should the American Institute of Architects amend its Ethics Code to "prohibit the design of spaces for torture or killing?"

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Yes 21%

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Tagged categories: American Institute of Architects (AIA); Architects; Designers; Ethics; Good Technical Practice; North America

Comment from John Fauth, (10/6/2014, 8:43 AM)

Let's be honest here. This question is biased in two meaningful ways. First, the premise of the group asking this question is limited to the United States, which, on the spectrum of human rights abuses ranks closer to Canada than China. Second, the terminology of the question (and the group asking it) pre-ordains that the spaces in question are "spaces for torture or killing".

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