In the News | 4/17/19
Five Six One Pacific by ODA New York. Image credit: ODA New York.

Kyoto, Brooklyn Under Construction: Five Six One Pacific by ODA New York ODA New York’s Five Six One Pacific, which is located on a tree-lined, albeit busy...

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Chapter News | 4/17/19
Day of Service 2018. Image credit: Jake Frisbie.

With five ambitious projects and only one month to go, we are looking for volunteers to help with our service events around NYC. Each project is led by a different team...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/16/19
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After a decade of debate in City Hall, New York City will begin mandating retrofitting of existing  buildings in order to reduce carbon emissions. A bill before the...

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Featured Member | 4/16/19
Kai-Uwe Bergmann, FAIA, Partner, BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group.

Kai-Uwe Bergmann, FAIA, Partner, BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, has experienced an atypical path through the profession of architecture during which he has always sought to...

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Chapter News | 4/11/19
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AIA New York is thrilled to invite our community members to submit op-eds to be considered for publication in the Summer issue of Oculus Magazine, which will focus on...

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AIA National News | 4/3/19

AIA's biennial Compensation Survey, last conducted in 2017, is the benchmark for the profession and a valued resource for firms and practitioners. If you received an...

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In the News | 4/2/19
Center for Fiction by BKSK. Image credit: Michelle Rose.

The Book Stops Here BKSK-designed Center for Fiction opens in Downtown Brooklyn The new home for the Center for Fiction, designed by BKSK Architects, recently...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/2/19
BBT toll plaza from BQE overpass. Image credit: Jim.henderson via Wikimedia Commons.

After more than a decade of political advocacy and debate, congestion pricing was finally included in the New York State budget. First proposed by Mayor Bloomberg over a...

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Featured Member | 4/1/19
Mark Yoes, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal, WXY architecture + urban design.

Mark Yoes, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal, WXY, helped to pioneer the integration of architecture and infrastructure for the public realm. His architectural designs have set...

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In the News | 3/20/19
2019 MoMA/MoMA PS1 YAP winner Hórama Rama by Pedro & Juana. Image credit: Pedro & Juana.

It's a Jungle Out There  Hórama Rama by Pedro & Juana named winner of MoMA/MoMA PS1’s Young Architects Program Hórama Rama by Mexico City-based...

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Chapter News | 3/19/19
Courtesy of Hana Kassem.

AIA New York is delighted to welcome Hana Kassem, AIA, LEED AP, Principal at KPF, to the Chapter’s Board of Directors. Kassem will replace Heidi Kippenhan, AIA, LEED...

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Featured Member | 3/19/19
Graham S. Wyatt, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Photo: Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

The work of Graham Wyatt, FAIA, a partner and studio leader at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, demonstrates the power of architecture to further the art and science of...

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In the News | 3/19/19
The Vessel by Thomas Heatherwick. Image courtesy of Michael Moran for Related-Oxford.

A small group of designers have played an important and unappreciated role in the development of Hudson Yards, the $25 billion new city-within-a-city opening in phases...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/18/19
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In the last few years, developers have taken advantage of a number of zoning loopholes to increase the height of residential buildings. The most common loophole...

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Chapter News | 3/14/19
2019 AIANY Luncheon Blast Landing Page

AIA New York is preparing to celebrate the honorees of its 14th annual Honors and Awards Luncheon on April 15 at Cipriani Wall Street (#AIANYawards). Selected by the...

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From the Desk of the President | 3/6/19
Altria Ayinde receives a computer software tutorial at Bernheimer Architecture. Image courtesy of Bernheimer Architecture.

Two of the most pressing issues facing our profession today are our pipeline problem and the lack of visibility into the profession. These are, of course,...

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In the News | 3/6/19
The Art Show by Bade Stageberg Cox. Image credit: Andy Ryan.

Who's the Fairest? BSC designs ADAA’s The Art Show Bade Stageberg Cox (BSC) designed this year’s The Art Show, which ran for four days last week at the Park...

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In Memoriam | 3/6/19
Warren Gran, FAIA (1933-2019). Image courtesy of Owen Phillips.

Warren Gran, FAIA, died Sunday, February 17 at age 85 in Los Angeles. Gran, who practiced in New York City for over 45 years, devoted his career to affordable...

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Chapter News | 3/5/19
AIANY and Center for Architecture staff partner with God's Love We Deliver to bring healthy meals to those living with severe illness. Image credit: Center for Architecture.

In December and January, AIA New York and Center for Architecture staff continued our tradition of giving back to our local community by organizing staff service...

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Featured Member | 3/5/19
Paul Whalen, FAIA, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Photo: Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

Paul Whalen, FAIA, shows us how the lessons of American urbanism can guide 21st century community-making at all scales—at home and internationally. A Partner in the...

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