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In the News | 9/19/18
Photo: Mark Hug/Courtesy of RH.

Restore and Reinvent Backen & Gillam Architects design Restoration Hardware  gallery space RH New York, The Gallery, Restoration Hardware’s new over...

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Featured Member | 9/18/18

Joann Gonchar, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a senior editor at Architectural Record. Through her work as a journalist, Gonchar provides architects with critical information,...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/18/18

The Zero Waste Design Guidelines address the crucial role that design can play in achieving NYC’s ambitious goal, outlined in OneNYC, to send zero waste to landfills...

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Chapter News | 9/18/18

AIA New York has partnered with US Modernist to digitize past issues of Oculus Magazine! If you would like to donate an issue, please visit usmodernist.org/needed to...

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Chapter News | 9/18/18

AIA New York will be having a flash sale of certain AIA Contract Documents from Monday, September 24 at 9:00 AM until Friday, September 28 at 5:00 PM, while supplies...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/18/18
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The past few decades saw an enormous amount of construction in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. Nevertheless, the Bronx lagged behind the other boroughs, with the...

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In the News | 9/5/18
The new entrance to the Empire State Building (ESB) Observatories. Photo: Evan Joseph.

New Queues for Timeless Views A cross-disciplinary team designed the new entrance to the Empire State Building Observatories The new entrance to the Empire State...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/4/18
Photo: Matt H. Wade/ Creative Commons.

The New York primary election for state positions takes place next Thursday, September 13. Unlike other states, New York has two separate primaries, one for federal...

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Featured Member | 9/4/18
Craig Dykers, Founding Partner Architect, Snøhetta, FAIA, LEED AP, Int FRIBA, FRSA, RAAR. Photo: Snøhetta.

Craig Dykers, Founding Partner Architect, Snøhetta, FAIA, LEED AP, Int FRIBA, FRSA, RAAR, is internationally recognized for the development of architecture and...

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In the News | 8/22/18
A new POPS (Privately Owned Public Space) is currently under construction on the border of Murray Hill and Kips Bay. Credit: Nova Concepts, Inc.

Room with a View—and a POPS MuCh Architecture and Siteworks design new plaza in Midtown East A new Privately Owned Public Space (POPS) is currently under...

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Featured Member | 8/22/18
Joseph Coppola, FAIA, Principal, Dattner Architects. Photo: Courtesy of Dattner Architects.

Joseph Coppola, FAIA, Principal at Dattner Architects, combines his grasp of architectural history, design vision, and dedication to serve the public realm, resulting...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 8/21/18
Civic Leadership Program, Development Session 2, 2018. Photo: Jade Ragoschke.

There is a broad continuum of opportunities for civically-minded architects to advocate for the public interest, ranging from running for public office to pro bono...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/21/18
By Beyond My Ken [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons

For years, elected officials and community groups have spoken about the need to close Rikers Island. Last year, the City-sanctioned “Lippman Report” was released,...

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In the News | 8/8/18
"Architecture Books Yet to be Written" at Storefront for Art and Architecture by Abruzzo Bodziak Architects. Image credit: Naho Kubota.

Judging a Book by its Rotating Panels: Abruzzo Bodziak designs Storefront’s latest exhibition Abruzzo Bodziak Architects has designed the installation for...

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Featured Member | 8/7/18
Chris Cooper, FAIA, Design Director, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Chris Cooper, FAIA, works at the intersection of architecture and art. Embracing color, light, texture, and landscape, he creates abstracted and emotive environments...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/6/18

In New York City, around 70% of carbon emissions originate from buildings. For years, little was done legislatively to address the effects buildings have on air quality...

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Chapter News | 8/6/18
Image courtesy of Times Square Alliance.

AIA New York is proud to announce that it will be partnering with Times Square Arts on this year's Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition. Each year, the...

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Chapter News | 8/6/18

In the past year, both Architectural Record and its sister publication, Engineering News-Record (ENR), have reported on the #MeToo movement and on recent revelations...

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In Memoriam | 8/2/18
Robert Silman at the 2009 Heritage Ball. Credit: Sam Lahoz.

It is with deep sadness that we inform our membership of the passing of Robert Silman, PE, Hon. AIANY, founder of Silman and a valued friend and supporter of the Center...

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Civic Leadership Program | 7/25/18

As architects and designers, we are always trying to maximize our positive impact through our work. We are charged with upholding the health, safety, welfare of the...

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