In the News | 5/1/07

Event: Designing the Green Skyscraper: A Mixed Greens Lecture Location: The New York Academy of Sciences, 7WTC, 04.05.07 Speaker: Kenneth Yeang -- principal, Llewelyn...

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In the News | 5/1/07

Event: Critical Modernism -- Is It Possible? Location: Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation (GSAPP), 04.09.07 Speaker:...

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In the News | 5/1/07

Event: Daylight and the City: Day Lighting in New York City Part 2, 1961 to Present Location: Center for Architecture, 04.18.07 Speakers: Margaret Maile -- design...

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In the News | 5/1/07

Event: Downtown Third Thursdays Lecture: Forgotten Splendor: Restoring Downtown's Historic Architecture Location: Federal Hall, 04.19.07 Speaker: Mary Dierickx --...

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Chapter News | 5/1/07

Event: Symposium On Inclusive Design: Accessible Residential Environments Location: New York School of Interior Design, 03.31-04.01.07 Speakers: Patricia Moore, PhD --...

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Message From the Executive Director | 5/1/07

Jean Nouvel, Hon. FAIA, gives a tour of 40 Mercer Street, under construction. Rick Bell, FAIA Architect Jean Nouvel, Hon. FAIA, was honored April 9, on the...

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In the News | 5/1/07

A lot of money is being raised to fund Mayor Bloomberg's plaNYC 2030. Included in the plan is a Sustainable Mobility and Regional Transportation (SMART) organization to...

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In the News | 5/1/07

In this issue: ·Affordable Housing in Bronx Is UP ·Museum-within-a-museum: New Light Shed on Greek and Roman Art ·Cooper-Hewitt...

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Chapter News | 5/1/07

In this issue: ·AIA Teams Up with Google Earth ·AIANY Members to Speak at GSD ·Big Apple Tour of San Antonio AIA Teams Up with Google Earth The...

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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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