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Chapter News | 2/19/20

The 2020 City of Dreams Pavilion jury has selected two winners in the 10th annual City of Dreams Pavilion Competition: The Pneuma by Ying Qi Chen and Ryan...

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In the News | 2/18/20

Shipping Containers Exhibit Mural Depicting Over 1,000 New Yorkers LOT-EK and JR collaborate on TRIANGLE STACK #2 at Domino Park TRIANGLE STACK #2, a temporary...

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Chapter News | 2/18/20

On Friday, February 14, the AIANY New Practices Committee welcomed the New Practices New York 2020 competition jury to the Center for Architecture, where they announced...

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Chapter News | 2/12/20

AIA New York is preparing to celebrate the honorees of its 15th annual Honors and Awards Luncheon on April 17 at Cipriani Wall Street. The networking lunch and awards...

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Policy and Advocacy | 2/6/20

As you probably have seen in the press this week, in a news story first reported by Architectural Record and published today by The New York Times, a draft executive...

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In the News | 2/5/20

Leadership and Firm Transitions Formerly Managing Principal at Richard Meier & Partners, Bernard Karpf, FAIA, has started his own practice, Karpf Khalili...

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In the News | 2/5/20

A Picture-Perfect Reopening ICP opens doors to Gensler-designed new home in Essex Crossing The International Center of Photography (ICP) recently opened the doors...

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Policy and Advocacy | 2/5/20

An Expert Panel convened by Mayor Bill de Blasio has released a report detailing recommendations on how to move forward with repairs to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway...

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Featured Member | 2/5/20

"At a moment when divisiveness and tribalism seem to have gained ascendancy, the simple act of bringing people together in space is a potentially profound one, whether...

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Policy and Advocacy | 2/3/20

Minority-Owned Business Enterprise (MBE) and Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) architecture firms have long faced serious challenges working for the City of New...

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Chapter News | 1/22/20
2020 City of Dreams Pavilion Finalist: Ecosphere by Murr Architekten. Image: Murr Architecken.

FIGMENT, the AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA), and SEAoNY are excited to announce five finalists for the 2020 City of Dreams Pavilion Design...

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Chapter News | 1/22/20

Do you know an AIA architect who has made significant and measurable achievements in design, preservation, education, literature, or service? Election to fellowship...

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In the News | 1/22/20

Oasis in Midtown Snøhetta's design for public garden at 550 Madison approved by City Planning Commission Snøhetta’s design for revitalization of the public...

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Chapter News | 1/22/20
Best in Competition: Glenstone by Thomas Phifer and Partners and PWP Landscape Architecture, in Potomac, MD. Photo: Iwan Baan/Thomas Phifer and Partners.

On the evening of Monday, January 13, 2020, nearly 200 architects and allied professionals gathered at the Center for Architecture to discover the winners of the 2020...

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Civic Leadership Program | 1/8/20

The final AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) event for 2019, Agency: An Architect’s Tools for Civic Engagement, was held on December 3 at the Center for Architecture...

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Featured Member | 1/8/20
Kim Yao, AIA, 2020 AIANY President; Principal, Architecture Research Office (ARO).

At AIA New York, we are honored to have Kim Yao, AIA, taking the reins as the organization's President for 2020. Yao, who is a Principal at Architecture Research Office...

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In the News | 1/8/20

Dining With Deco Carpenter + Mason’s Art Deco-inspired food hall opens in Garment District Deco Food + Drink just opened on the ground floor of the 12-story...

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Chapter News | 1/7/20

The AIANY Housing Committee is seeking applications for a new co-chair with the planned departure of the current co-chair by the end of Q1 2020. The AIANY Housing...

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Policy and Advocacy | 1/6/20

Significant changes are coming to the way New York City handles procurement for architects. One of these is affecting whose services are procured, while the other...

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In Memoriam | 12/18/19
Erica Tishman, AIA. Photo courtesy of LinkedIn.

AIA New York is deeply saddened by the news of architect and lifelong New Yorker Erica Tishman’s tragic death yesterday when debris fell from a 17-story building in...

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