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Featured Member | 6/9/21
Jeffrey Dugan, FAIA, is a Principal at Dattner Architects.

Jeffrey Dugan, FAIA, is a Principal at Dattner Architects. Dugan’s innovative, precedent-setting transportation facilities advance and enrich the urban social...

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In the News | 6/9/21

NYPL Cuts Ribbon on Mecanoo’s Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library The New York Public Library (NYPL) recently cut the ribbon on the completely transformed...

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Policy and Advocacy | 6/9/21

New York City faces a pivotal election in the upcoming Democratic Primary on June 22. The election will determine the outcomes of most races in our very Democratic city....

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In the News | 5/26/21

Firm Transitions Buro Happold has acquired acoustics and audio-visual consultancy Vanguardia Limited and its subsidiary Crowd Dynamics International. Furniture...

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Chapter News | 5/26/21

AIA New York is thrilled to announce Design Corps, a restaurant support initiative started by AIA New York, NYCxDESIGN, the NYC Economic Development Corporation, and...

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Chapter News | 5/26/21

Oculus Magazine is putting together a Summer Reading List! We know some wonderful architecture books might not have gotten their due during the pandemic—and maybe...

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Featured Member | 5/26/21
Bryan Langlands, FAIA, principal and senior medical planner, NBBJ.

As a principal and senior medical planner with NBBJ in New York City, Bryan Langland's leadership in forward-focused thinking, knowledge sharing, and consensus building...

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Policy and Advocacy | 5/25/21

New York City faces a pivotal election in this June’s Democratic Primary, which will determine the outcomes of most races in our very Democratic city. Term limits are...

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In the News | 5/12/21

Dia:Chelsea Opens Following ARO Renovation Dia:Chelsea has reopened to the public following a two-year renovation by Architecture Research Office (ARO). The...

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Featured Member | 5/12/21
James Sanders, FAIA, Founder, James Sanders Studio.

An internationally recognized architect, author, and filmmaker, James Sanders, FAIA, has interpreted and expanded appreciation of global cities through books,...

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Policy and Advocacy | 5/12/21

New York City faces a pivotal election in this June’s Democratic Primary, which will determine the outcomes of most races in our very Democratic city. Term limits are...

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Chapter News | 5/5/21

AIA New York is preparing to celebrate the honorees of its 16th annual Honors and Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, July 20. The virtual awards program celebrates design...

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Chapter News | 4/28/21

Due to mandatory term limits on existing co-chair positions, and given and our goal to elevate new voices into leadership, AIA New York is openly seeking co-chair...

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Featured Member | 4/28/21
Paul Milana, FAIA, Partner, Hart Howerton.

Architect and urban designer Paul Milana, FAIA, believes that planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and infrastructure must be critically interconnected to...

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Chapter News | 4/27/21

Ennead Architects, About the Work, and Richter+Ratner are moving forward with the renovation of a shared community space in the library of NYC public elementary and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/27/21

Last month, President Biden released the American Jobs Plan. This proposal addresses traditional infrastructure like transportation, utilities, and public buildings, but...

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Chapter News | 4/18/21

In the last year, we’ve seen centuries-old models of education turned on their heads. Students and educators log in virtually from around the world, facing the...

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In the News | 4/14/21

Skolnick Restores Arts Nonprofit The Church Arts nonprofit The Church recently underwent a comprehensive restoration by Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership....

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Featured Member | 4/14/21
Fernandi Villa, FAIA. Photo: Ari Burling.

For over 20 years, Fernando Villa, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, has designed high-quality and environmentally sustainable, affordable, and supportive housing in New York City and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/13/21

New York City is now using ranked-choice voting (RCV), which allows voters to select more than one candidate in order of preference. The transition is occurring due to...

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