In the News | 8/10/22

New Hires and Promotions Anjali Mathai has joined HLW as the firm's new Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Perkins Eastman has named Emily...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/10/22
US Capitol. Photo: Martin Falbisoner via Wikimedia Commons.

A series of court decisions regarding gerrymandered legislative districts created by the New York State Legislature led to a split primary cycle this year. Primaries for...

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Featured Member | 8/10/22
David Goldstein headshot

New York City-based mechanical engineer David J. Goldstein, PE, is CEO of Hydronic Shell Technologies (HST), an Allied Professional Member of AIANY, and Co-Chair of the...

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In the News | 7/27/22
50 Nevins by Dattner Architects. Photo: ©L-INES Photo, courtesy of Dattner Architects and the Institute for Community Living.

Dattner Designs 50 Nevins in Downtown Brooklyn At 50 Nevins in Downtown Brooklyn, Dattner Architects combined a gut-renovated, circa-1913, 66,500-square-foot...

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Chapter News | 7/27/22

The AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee is seeking a new co-chair. The Planning and Urban Design Committee is a platform for practitioners and communities to...

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Civic Leadership Program | 7/27/22
The CLP's first development session of 2022 focused on urban happiness. Photo: Center for Architecture.

On Friday, July 15, the 2022 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program hosted their first hybrid development session, organized by Tosin Bamidele, Assoc. AIA, and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/27/22
Moynihan Train Hall by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Photo: Dave Burk © Empire State Development | SOM.

The New York region has countless overdue major infrastructure projects. While these projects were long considered necessary, a lack of political will failed to move...

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Featured Member | 7/13/22
Headshot of Lori A. Brown

Through design research, writing, and advocacy, Lori A. Brown, FAIA, Co-Founder, ArchiteXX, is transforming architecture into a more diverse discipline that responds to...

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In the News | 7/12/22

New Hires and Promotions Arno Adkins, AIA, and Susie Teal, AIA, have been promoted to Partners at COOKFOX Architects. Stephen Alton, AIA, has joined S9...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/12/22
Children play on a pedestrianized street

Though New York City has an enormous municipal workforce, there is no single office or individual charged with coordinating the various agencies that oversee public...

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AIA National News | 6/29/22
After a two-year hiatus, the 2022 AIA Conference on Architecture returned last week, bringing thousands of architects to Chicago. Photo: Courtesy of AIA.

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 AIA Conference on Architecture returned last week, bringing together thousands of architects to network...

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In the News | 6/29/22
Airport concourse with floor-to-ceiling windows

LaGuardia Airport Terminal C Transforms Delta Hub The recently opened Terminal C at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) transforms one of Delta's key hubs, allowing travelers to...

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Civic Leadership Program | 6/29/22
10 individuals stand inside a gallery space

On June 11, the AIANY and nycobaNOMA’s Civic Leadership Program (CLP) hosted its sixth-annual Kick-Off at the Center for Architecture. Ten carefully-selected civic...

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Chapter News | 6/29/22
2022 AIANY President Andrea Lamberti, AIA, NCARB, reported on the state of the chapter at the Annual Meeting. Photo: Ⓒ Lineray Photography.

On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, AIA New York hosted its 155th Annual Meeting, where members elected 2023 leadership and celebrated recent chapter achievements and award...

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Policy and Advocacy | 6/15/22
Dwight Burdette via Wikimedia Commons.

The 2022 New York State primary elections are around the corner. Races for governor and for the State Assembly are still scheduled to be held on June 28 as originally...

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Chapter News | 6/15/22

The AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee is seeking a new co-chair. The Social Science and Architecture Committee was formed in January 2016 with the goal...

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In Memoriam | 6/15/22
Eric Salitsky (1987-2022).

AIA New York and the Center for Architecture are deeply saddened by the loss of Eric Adam Salitsky, an architectural designer at ESKW/Architects and 2018 recipient of...

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Featured Member | 6/15/22
Ken Lewis headshot

As the 2021 President of AIA New York, Kenneth A. Lewis, AIA, was charged with leading the organization with optimism and pride through one of the AEC industry’s most...

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Chapter News | 6/14/22
Three Oculus magazine covers stacked on top of each other

Does an architecture degree prepare students for a job at an architecture firm? The Summer issue of Oculus magazine explores the question from three points of view:...

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In the News | 6/14/22

Expansions New York City-based Spectorgroup has opened an office in Miami, Florida.   New Hires and Promotions COOKFOX Architects has promoted Arno...

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