In the News | 10/12/21

Firm Transitions The engineering firm Buro Happold has expanded its sustainability capabilities with the acquisition of the sustainability consultancy Paladino and...

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Civic Leadership Program | 10/12/21
Photo of CLP participants listening to a virtual presentation about NYC's parks system at a conference room at the Center for Architecture.

On Friday, October 1, Brooke Dexter, Assoc. AIA, and Rocket Osborne, NOMA, led the 2021 AIANY Civic Leadership Program’s fifth and final development session. Titled...

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Policy and Advocacy | 10/12/21
Photo of New York State Governor Kathy Hochul being sworn in.

The resignation of Governor Cuomo earlier this year allowed for then-Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul to take his place. However, Gov. Hochul will likely a fierce challenge for...

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In the News | 9/29/21
Rendering of the High Line to Moynihan Train Hall Connector, showing the timber pedestrian bridge.

SOM and Field Operations Design High Line/Moynihan Train Hall Connector Governor Kathy Hochul recently unveiled designs for a new connector to link the High Line to...

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Civic Leadership Program | 9/29/21
Photo of PS109, a project developed by Artspace.

On Friday, September 17, 2021, the 2021 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) convened for their fourth remote development session, organized by Gwendolyn...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/29/21
Drawing of a map illustrating NYC's Council Districts.

This past June, New York City held its pivotal primaries for mayor, borough president, comptroller, and City Council. Due to the heavily Democratic lean of the city, the...

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Chapter News | 9/29/21

The AIANY Housing Committee is seeking applications for a new co-chair with the planned departure of the committee's current co-chair at the end of 2021. The AIANY...

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Chapter News | 9/15/21
A rendering of the project Evanescent with New York City in the background.

Hosted by the AIANY Interiors Committee, Recipe for a Room is a model-making contest about building spatial, sculptural, miniature rooms while fostering fun, creativity...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/15/21
A photograph of Benjamin Prosky and Tom Eisele standing in front of a crowd at a rally in support for fossil fuel free building legislation.

After years of advocacy, the effort to limit the design of fossil fuel-powered buildings in New York City is making major headway. Months ago, Int. 2317 was introduced...

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Civic Leadership Program | 9/14/21
A screenshot of the CLP's third development session, taking place via Zoom.

On Friday, August 27, 2021, the 2021 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) convened for their third remote development session, organized by Anne Chen, AIA,...

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Chapter News | 9/1/21

The AIANY Global Dialogues Committee and AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee are seeking new co-chairs. AIA New York's Global Dialogues Committee is...

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In the News | 9/1/21
A rendering of the courtyard garden at the Atrium at Sumner.

Studio Libeskind’s The Atrium at Sumner Breaks Ground The Atrium at Sumner, an affordable housing and community center designed by Studio Libeskind, recently broke...

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Chapter News | 8/31/21
The brand identity for the New York Building Congress exhibition "What We Build," featuring the organization's logo.

The Center for Architecture will officially open to the public on October 1, 2021. We are excited to welcome back to our spaces our members and visitors with two new...

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Civic Leadership Program | 8/18/21
Image description: A circular image depicting an aerial view map of Cooper Square with properties from the Cooper Square Community Land Trust highlighted in green.

Gentrification and displacement are complex and contentious issues in New York City, and the architectural profession occupies a complicated position in relation to...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/18/21
A photo of former New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo riding the E train in New York City.

Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he would be resigning in two weeks amid accusations of sexual misconduct. This marks the end of over ten years of his...

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Chapter News | 8/18/21

The AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE) and AIANY Architecture for Education Committee are seeking applications for new co-chairs. COTE’s mission is to...

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Civic Leadership Program | 8/4/21
A photo of an outdoor dining shack on the street in New York City.

On Friday, July 23, the 2021 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) convened for their first remote development session, organized by Christina Brown, Assoc....

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In the News | 8/4/21
A photo of the lobby of Casa Cipriani at the Battery Maritime Building, designed by Marvel with interiors by the Office of Thierry W. Despont.

Casa Cipriani by Marvel and the Office of Thierry W. Despont to Open at Battery Maritime Building After being vacant for many years, the Battery Maritime Building,...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/4/21
A photo of President Joe Biden, who proposed the American Jobs Plan.

Only a few weeks after entering office, President Biden announced his American Jobs Plan, which proposed $2 trillion of investment in the economy. A significant portion...

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Chapter News | 7/21/21
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On Tuesday, July 20, AIA New York held its second (and hopefully final!) virtual Honors and Awards Luncheon, celebrating architects, public servants, and journalists who...

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