In the News | 5/1/07

Richard Meier, FAIA, has opened his Queens warehouse to the public. To peer into models no longer in use, from early houses to the Jubilee Church and the J. Paul Getty...

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In the News | 5/1/07

Terrence E. O'Neal, AIA, 2006 President of AIANYS, accepted on behalf of AIANYS the Component Excellence Outstanding Single Program Award for Government Affairs from AIA...

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In the News | 5/1/07

04.26.07: Celebrating the SMPS-NY 11th Annual Honor Awardees (l-r): Scholarship: Mary Li, Baruch College Junior, Marketing major, Graphic Design minor; Marketing...

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In the News | 5/1/07

Oculus 2007 Editorial Calendar If you have ideas, projects, opinions -- or perhaps a burning desire to write about a topic below -- we'd like to hear from you! Deadlines...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

04.17.07 I hope everyone has recovered from an architecture-intensive Architecture Week. In case you missed anything, this issue is dedicated to last week's events. -...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

Event: AIANY Chapter 150th Anniversary Commemoration Location: 111 Broadway, 04.13.07 Speakers: Patricia Lancaster, FAIA -- Commissioner, NYC Department of Buildings;...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

Event: Powerhouse: New Housing New York Location: Center for Architecture, 04.09.07 Speakers: Winning Team Members: Richard Dattner, FAIA -- Dattner Architects; Vincent...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

Event: NY 150+: A Timeline - Ideas - Civic Institutions - Futures Location: Center for Architecture, 04.12.07 Organizers: AIA New York Chapter; The Center for...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

Event: 2007 AIA New York Chapter Design Awards Luncheon Location: Gotham Hall, 04.11.07 Organizers: AIANY (Left) (l-r): R.K. Stewart, FAIA, Ronnette Riley,...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

Event: Inaugural Arthur Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture for Excellence in Museum Design featuring Richard Meier, FAIA: On Museums Location: National Academy Museum,...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

Event: New Practices New York: 06 Views/06 Positions Location: Center for Architecture, 04.04.07 Speakers: Matthew Bremer, AIA -- Architecture In Formation; Mark Foster...

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In the News | 4/17/07

The AIANY Chapter has finally taken the next step toward becoming a "Center for Architecture" with this week's launch of the Public Information Exchange (PIE). Designed...

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In the News | 4/17/07

In this issue: ·Historic Ellis Island Ferry Building Reopens ·Long Island: Tech Hub of the Future? ·From Horses to Humans: Historic Stables To...

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Chapter News | 4/17/07

In this issue: · New Mexico Ends Censorship of Interior Designers · NYC Building Code Changes · NCARB Surveys Architects for IDP and ARE ·...

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In the News | 4/17/07

The MFA Design Department at School of Visual Arts has launched a new podcast series. The "Designer as Author" features lectures by SVA faculty members like Milton...

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In the News | 4/17/07

Thirty-two design firms were pre-qualified in the second round of the Mayor's Design + Construction Excellence Program (D+CEP). In the $10 million and under requirement...

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In the News | 4/17/07

Celebrating Architecture Week, two exhibitions opened at the Center for Architecture on April 12: NY 150+: A Timeline - Ideas - Civic Institutions - Futures, and 2007...

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In the News | 4/17/07

Oculus 2007 Editorial Calendar If you have ideas, projects, opinions -- or perhaps a burning desire to write about a topic below -- we'd like to hear from you!...

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Chapter News | 4/3/07

04.03.07 Next week is Architecture Week! Included among the many celebratory events is a plaque unveiling at the site where the founding of the AIA took place -- 111...

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In the News | 4/3/07

Event: 2007 Temko Critics Panel: A Critical Situation: What to Make of Starchitecture, And Who To Blame For It Location: Baruch College, 03.28.07 Speakers: Karrie Jacobs...

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