In the News | 11/29/23

New Hires and Promotions AEC marketing executive David Koren has joined DeSimone Consulting Engineering as Director of Marketing to lead communications, business...

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AIA National News | 11/29/23

AIA New York State will hold a special election for a New York State Associate Member to serve on the AIA National Associates Committee (AIA NAC), which is dedicated to...

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Policy and Advocacy | 11/29/23
outdoor dining in front of a bar

Last week, AIA New York testified at the Department of Transportation (DOT)’s hearing on the proposed rules for the permanent outdoor dining program, Dining Out NYC....

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Chapter News | 11/29/23

Do you have an interest in representing AIA New York as a 2024 Chapter Director on the AIA New York State Board? The AIANYS Board strives to exhibit and apply “… the...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 11/8/23
AIANY Civic Leadership Development Session 5 at the Center for Architecture

By Dean Labowitz and Ami Mehta What is queer space? What would it take for architects to consider queer and trans people as critical stakeholders? How can architects...

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In the News | 11/8/23
Inside the Toranomon Hills Station Tower by OMA

Phase One of Bronx Point Complete, Includes Public Park The ribbon has been cut at Bronx Point, marking the completion of Phase One and the opening of the public...

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Policy and Advocacy | 11/8/23
Voting booths in New York, NY. Photo: Joe Shlabotnik via Flickr.

AIA New York Political Action Fund’s highly rated candidates come out on top! Due to the City Council’s redistricting process, this was a unique election where...

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Featured Member | 11/8/23
Headshot of Alexander Lamis

Elevated to Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects in 2016, Alexander Lamis, FAIA, is an award-winning architect and designer who serves as Board Treasurer...

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Policy and Advocacy | 10/25/23
New Yorkers dining outdoors in the West Village

Last week, NYC Department of Transportation released their proposed rules for implementing the permanent outdoor dining program, Dining Out NYC. Outdoor dining was a...

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Policy and Advocacy | 10/25/23
Affordable housing in Prospect Heights, New York

Last week, AIA New York sent a letter to the City Planning Commission expressing our support for the City of Yes for Housing Opportunity proposed zoning text amendment....

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In the News | 10/25/23
The Spiral reflective windows

First Phase of Freshkills Park Redesign Underway Freshkills Park on Staten Island has reached a significant milestone with the opening of the 21-acre first phase of...

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In the News | 10/25/23

New Hires and Promotions ESKW/Architects has promoted Andrea Wong, AIA, to Senior Project Manager, and congratulates Architects Wenchi (Wes) Wu, RA, and Connie...

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Chapter News | 10/24/23
Window displays at Boffi and DePadova

Ending the program's three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the AIANY Interiors Committee’s Residential Review competition returned this fall, kicking off...

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In Memoriam | 10/11/23
Beverly Willis on stage accpeting the 2018 NYC Visionary Award at AIANY and the Center for Architecture's Heritage Ball at Chelsea Piers, Pier 60

Beverly Willis, FAIA, was a pioneering women's advocate and industry leader whose legacy lives on across the U.S. through architecture, urban planning, and...

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Featured Member | 10/11/23
Barbara Weinreich headshot (white woman, short gray hair, dangly silver earrings, gray top)

AIANY Interiors Committee co-chair Barbara Weinreich, Assoc. AIA, RA, NCIDQ, is a Visiting Associate Professor at the Pratt Institute and former Director of Graduate...

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Policy and Advocacy | 10/11/23
Brooklyn Bridge Park

AIANY recommended changes to the City of Yes for Carbon Neutrality zoning text amendment proposal, specifically proposal 8 to “fix Zone Green,” to the City Planning...

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In the News | 10/11/23
Gansevoort Peninsula: rocks and sand alongside the Hudson River

Manhattan’s First Public Beach Opens at Gansevoort Peninsula Twenty-five years in the making, Gansevoort Peninsula has finally opened to the public. The largest...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 10/11/23
Himanen and Howell presenting a selected history of “big data”

By Ivan Himanen, AIA, and Tiana Howell, Assoc. AIA, NOMA On Friday, September 15, the 2023 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) hosted their fourth...

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Policy and Advocacy | 10/11/23
New York City view from the Empire State Building

In May 2019, Local Law 97 was passed, setting greenhouse gas emission limits on buildings over 25,000 square feet starting in 2024. LL97 is intended to reduce emissions...

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In the News | 9/27/23
A digital rendering of people in the glass rooftop area of the office building. The Williamsburg Bridge is in the background.

Domino Sugar Factory Landmark Transformed into Office Tower The Refinery at Domino, the “crown jewel” of the 11-acre Domino Sugar Factory site, has been...

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