AICAEAmerican Indian Council of Architects and Engineers (Pasco, WA)
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A giant scratch and sniff!" (26) This parallels comments in the AICAE guide, particularly the note that Native residents of the proposed homes would enjoy the smell of woodsmoke from cooking areas.
Louis Weller, active for the NMAI projects as well as a member of the AICAE team, of Weller Architects, PC, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a firm established in 1980 and in large part occupied with "Indian projects," has also noticed the development of convergent or some generally recognized "Native values" and the recollection of traditional qualities, known from historical documents and oral histories, that emerge repeatedly when Native people are significantly involved with planning processes.
(25.) The AICAE project was funded and encouraged by the Design Arts Program of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Office of Indian Housing of the U.S.