In the News | 7/11/18
Ocean Wonders: Sharks! at the New York Aquarium by the Wildlife Conservation Design Department and Edelman Sultan Knox Wood. Credit: Ryan Fischer.

Every Week is Shark Week: New exhibition building opens at New York Aquarium Ocean Wonders: Sharks!, the new three-story, 57,000-square-foot exhibition building at the...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/11/18
US Capitol. Credit: Martin Falbisoner.

In the June 13 Policy Pulse section, we covered each of the competitive June 26 New York City congressional primaries. As a follow up, below we’ve included the results...

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Featured Member | 7/11/18
Bernheimer Portrait Square

Andrew Bernheimer, FAIA, is an Assistant Professor at the Parsons School of Design in New York City and the founding principal of Della Valle Bernheimer (1997-2011) and...

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Chapter News | 6/27/18
UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Some analyses of global conditions, serious ones (e.g., James Howard Kunstler's writings) as well as sentimental ones, assume that contemporary technology and...

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In the News | 6/27/18
Packard Motor Car Company Service Building renovation by Rafael Viñoly Architects. Credit: Rafael Viñoly Architects.

Auto Row Redux: Viñoly transforms Packard Motor Car Company Service Building Rafael Viñoly Architects is transforming Albert Kahn’s historic Packard Motor Car...

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Chapter News | 6/27/18
Perkins Eastman focused on the power of education with the I Have a Dream Foundation, working to prepare a youth event space for a new class of ‘Dreamers,’ with new flooring, carpet, and paint in their proposed lounge and library. Credit: Jake Frisbie.

Early Saturday morning, clouds loomed low, gray and heavy, threatening to burst at any moment. Inside the Center for Architecture, a small crowd gathered downstairs,...

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Featured Member | 6/27/18
Pablo Castro, FAIA, co-founder of Obra Architects.

Argentinean-born architect Pablo Castro, FAIA, co-founder of Obra Architects, practices the thoughtful pursuit of architecture as a cultural project with a broad social...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 6/26/18
CLP 2018 kick off. Credit: Center for Architecture.

On Saturday, June 9, 2018, the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) kicked off its second year at the Center for Architecture. Ten selected leaders came together for a...

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Policy and Advocacy | 6/26/18
Andy Byford, MTA New York City Transit President. Credit: Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Patrick Cashin.

The poor state of the subways has become one of the most pressing political issues in New York. To address this, Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed Andy Byford the new...

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Chapter News | 6/25/18
Photo: Courtesy of Pentagram.

Last week, the AIA Conference on Architecture (A'18) brought no fewer than 26,000 architects to the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, the Center for Architecture, the...

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Chapter News | 6/20/18
Credit: Center for Architecture

AIA members: Please take a moment to complete a short survey on the topic of ethics in architecture. Your important feedback will help to shape an event AIA New York...

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In the News | 6/13/18
Domino Park by James Corner Field Operations. Credit: Daniel Levin.

Oh Domino, Dig It: Field Operations-designed Domino Park opens in Williamsburg Domino Park, a six-acre public park designed by James Corner Field Operations, just...

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Policy and Advocacy | 6/13/18
Congressional Districts of Downstate New York. Courtesy Wikimedia.

The 2018 election season in New York State is about to begin. On Tuesday, June 26, New York will host its first of three elections this year, the Congressional...

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Chapter News | 6/12/18
Edible schoolyard.

As the A’18 Conference dates quickly approach, we would like to remind you about the Day of Service events planned for Saturday, June 23. This is a great opportunity...

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Featured Member | 6/12/18
Eric Bunge Square

Eric Bunge designs inventive environments for an expanded public life. As an architect and educator, he connects architecture with public space, innovation with context,...

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Chapter News | 6/12/18
New York Designs 2018.

On view at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from June 20-22, AIA New York’s member show, New York Designs 2018, showcases the work of NYC-based AIA members, providing...

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In the News | 5/30/18
Cooper Gardens by Dattner Architects.

Affordable with A+ Amenities: Dattner integrates wellness into Bronx affordable housing Located next to the St. Barnabas Hospital campus in the Belmont section of The...

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Featured Member | 5/30/18
Katherine Chia, FAIA, principal, Desai Chia Architecture. Photo: Courtesy of Desai Chia Architecture.

Katherine Chia, FAIA, deftly reveals the poetic aesthetic imbedded in materials, light, and structure, while embracing site conditions and her clients’ programmatic...

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Chapter News | 5/30/18
1 AIANY Home Macbook Mockup Phase 2

Two years ago, AIA New York and the Center for Architecture began a wide-reaching redesign of both organizations’ websites, with the goal of completing the project in...

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Policy and Advocacy | 5/30/18
Image by Wkshps.

This June, the Center for Architecture will be opening the exhibition Designing Waste: Strategies for a Zero Waste City, based on the Zero Waste Design Guidelines (ZWDG)...

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