In the News | 4/10/24
Joslyn Art Museum aerial view

Snøhetta and APMA Expand Joslyn Art Museum The expanded and transformed Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, NE, with a collection of over 12,000 objects, will open in...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/10/24
Public matching graphic

In November 2022, New York State (NYS) created a program that matches and multiplies small donations. The NYS Public Campaign Finance Program allows candidates running...

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Featured Member | 4/10/24
Headshot of Catherine Seavitt Nordenson

Through groundbreaking publications, design research, and scholarship, Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, FAIA, FASLA, FAAR has transformed the integral relationship of...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/10/24
Yes to Housing advocates

Today, the Yes to Housing Coalition—a group of over 120 pro-housing advocates—joined together in support of the citywide zoning text amendment proposal, City of Yes...

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Chapter News | 3/27/24

AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for the Design for Risk and Reconstruction (DfRR) Committee. The committee harnesses the design community's expertise to...

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In the News | 3/27/24
TALEA Bryant Park

SCAPE Unveils Plan for 7.5-mile Path Along Hudson River The Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail (HHFT) is a 7.5-mile linear path along the Hudson River shoreline that...

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In the News | 3/27/24

Leadership and Firm Transitions Adjaye Associates has announced the promotions of three new CEOs in an organizational restructuring that will see founder David...

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Featured Member | 3/27/24
Jeffrey Kenoff headshot

Through his work, lecturing, and academic involvement, Jeff Kenoff, FAIA, is transforming urban architecture through projects that redefine connectivity and public...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/27/24
Bodrum's outdoor dining structure.

The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Mayor’s Office recently hosted private tours showcasing four prototypes that adhere to the new outdoor dining...

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Chapter News | 3/27/24

Over the course of the next month, AIA New York will identify several delegates for the AIA National Annual Meeting. Delegates, who are selected by the AIANY...

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Chapter News | 3/26/24
Three Oculus covers overlapping each other

Most have heard the adage, “writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” But those who attempt it know that writing about architecture has its own unique...

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In the News | 3/13/24
Oakland A's stadium by BIG and HNTB in Las Vegas, NV.

Restored 1920s Brooklyn Paramount Set to Open as Music Venue Downtown Brooklyn’s famed Brooklyn Paramount, known for its opulent French Rococo interior, will open...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/13/24
Graphic showing applications for the Summer Youth Employment Program are available.

Ladders for Leaders is a nationally recognized internship program that offers outstanding high school and college students the opportunity to participate in summer...

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Featured Member | 3/13/24
Lissa So headshot

As a founding partner of MARVEL, Lissa So, AIA, has executed a visionary approach to designing cultural, educational, and public spaces that have empowered the people...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/13/24
A map of New York City depicting the NYCEDC's teams selected for its Mass Timber Studio.

Last week, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) announced the teams selected for the inaugural NYC Mass Timber Studio. The Studio is a climate...

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In the News | 2/28/24

New Hires and Promotions Principal and Co-Founder of Caples Jefferson Architects Sara Caples, AIA, has started a new position as William B. and Charlotte Shepherd...

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In the News | 2/28/24
Skyspace by James Turrell at Friends Seminary in New York, NY

Freedom Plaza: BIG Unveils Four-Skyscraper Waterfront Project The BIG-designed proposal for Freedom Plaza developed for Soloviev Group and Mohegan will create a new...

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Chapter News | 2/28/24

AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for its Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, a group focusing on planning, architectural design, technical, and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 2/28/24
Traffic in NYC

On February 29, MTA Bridges and Tunnels holds the first of four public hearings on New York’s Central Business District Tolling Program. AIA New York has been a...

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Featured Member | 2/28/24
Benjamin Cadena headshot

Benjamin Cadena, AIA, LEED AP, is founder of Studio Cadena, a design and architecture practice based in Brooklyn. His work engages contemporary life, the city, and its...

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