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In the News | 10/2/19

Dramatic Architectural Additions to NYC and DC Steven Holl Architects’ Hunters Point Library and The Reach open The Steven Holl Architects-designed Hunters...

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Civic Leadership Program | 10/2/19

Architects are giving increased attention to the important concept of social equity as they work to define their role as stewards of public welfare—and authors of...

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Chapter News | 10/2/19

The AIANY Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the AIANY Interior Committee are seeking applications for new co-chairs with the planned departure of their current...

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Featured Member | 10/2/19
Mary Elizabeth Rusz, FAIA. Photo: Daniel Demetriad.

As public architect and urban designer, Mary Elizabeth Rusz, FAIA, is a leader in community regeneration, design innovation, and conservation. Her neighborhood...

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Policy and Advocacy | 10/1/19

Over the last few years, construction sites in New York City have seen an increasing number of injuries and deaths. In response, the City Council passed Local Law 196 of...

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In the News | 10/1/19

Leadership and Firm Transitions Pei Partnership Architects has changed its name; the firm, which has also launched a new identity, is now PEI Architects. Eli Y....

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Civic Leadership Program | 9/18/19

On Friday, August 23, the AIANY Civic Leadership Program’s (CLP) Class of 2019 convened for their third development session to explore exclusion, inclusion, and...

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In the News | 9/18/19

Ever Easy Retail Bohlin Cywinski Jackson designs Everlane’s Williamsburg store Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ) has designed Everlane’s largest store to date and...

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Chapter News | 9/18/19
Left to right: Frank Moya, AIA; Steve Gifford, AIA; Sadie Rayne Wegner; Arnold Syrop; Hank Abernathy, AIA. Photo: AIA New York.

Last week the second-annual Art by Architects exhibition filled Darlington Hall at the Church of the Heavenly Rest on the Upper East Side. Organized by Hank Abernathy,...

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Featured Member | 9/18/19
Lyn Rice, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal, Rice+Lipka Architects. Photo: Courtesy of RiceLipka Architects.

Lyn Rice, FAIA, LEED AP, engages the public with memorable buildings that approach normative architectural issues with an unconventional approach. Rice brings a...

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Chapter News | 9/17/19

The AIANY Architecture for Education and Marketing & Communications Committees are seeking applications for new co-chairs with the planned departure of the current...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/17/19

Earlier this year, a bill was introduced in the New York City Council, Int 1482, which would require that new construction utilize bird-friendly glass. Birds have...

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Featured Member | 9/4/19

Julia Monk, FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP, is senior principal, director of hospitality, for HOK and based in Hong Kong. Recognized as an industry pioneer among international...

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In the News | 9/4/19

Diamonds Over the Park Studio Gang's Solar Carve reaches completion Studio Gang’s 40 Tenth Avenue, also known as the Solar Carve Tower, has reached completion....

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In the News | 9/4/19

Leadership and Transitions Theodore S. Hammer, FAIA, LEED AP, has joined Architectura as Managing Principal. Julia Belkin has joined HLW as Principal. 1100...

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In the News | 8/21/19

A Balanced Approach to Co-Working Mancini transforms vacant building into the Assemblage Park Avenue co-working space The Assemblage Park Avenue recently opened on...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/21/19

New York City’s built environment has long been defined by notable “megadevelopments.” Rockefeller Center, Battery Park City, Co-Op City, and countless others have...

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Featured Member | 8/21/19
Sandra McKee, FAIA, Founding Partner, Yoshihara Mckee Architect. Photo: Hiroki Yoshihara.

Sandra McKee, FAIA, pursues the architect’s potential to create a better built environment with a practical, hands-on approach. She brings positive change by leading,...

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Civic Leadership Program | 8/19/19

The 2019 AIANY Civic Leadership Program cohort convened at the Center for Architecture on Friday, August 2, for their second Development Session, which focused on...

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Chapter News | 8/7/19

The AIANY Architecture for Justice Committee is seeking a new co-chair following the upcoming departure of Brett Firfer, AIA, this September. The committee holds...

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