Chapter News | 9/27/23
Recipe for a Room 2023 winning project, a miniature room in green felt with a min chair and desk inside it

Hosted by the AIANY Interiors Committee, Recipe for a Room is a model-making contest about building spatial, sculptural, miniature rooms while fostering creativity and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/27/23
US Congress

AIA New York, alongside New York Building Congress (NYBC), Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP), and Subcontractors Trade Association (STA), is calling for the...

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Chapter News | 9/27/23

The AIANY Women in Architecture Committee is seeking applications for a new co-chair in conjunction with the planned departure of a current one. The Women in...

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In the News | 9/27/23

New Hires and Promotions Architect Helen Billson, Assoc. AIA, has joined MA as Director of Operations in their New York City office. Also in the city, Kostow...

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Chapter News | 9/26/23
Jesse Lazar headshot

AIA New York and the Center for Architecture are thrilled to announce the appointment of Jesse Lazar as the new Executive Director of both organizations. Lazar has been...

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In the News | 9/13/23
Perelman Performing Arts Center

Luminous Marble-Clad Perelman Performing Arts Center Opens at WTC Site Opening this month, the Perelman Performing Arts Center (PAC NYC) is a 129,000-square-foot,...

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Featured Member | 9/13/23
Phu Duong headshot

Phu Duong, AIA, AICP, LEED AP, is co-chair of the AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee and the Founding Principal of Urban X Design LLC. Previously, at the time of...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 9/13/23
CLP Emergency Preparedness IMG 6044

By Dongzoo Han and Alexis Clarke One of the most fundamental roles of the built environment is to protect society. Every member of society must be equally protected,...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/13/23
NYC skyline

A major step in the implementation process for Local Law 97 took place this week as the New York City Department of Buildings released rules to address compliance with...

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In the News | 8/30/23
The Catskill Project, designed by Buck Moorhead Architect (BMA), in Livingston Manor, New York

11 All-Electric Homes for The Catskill Project in Progress by Buck Moorhead Architect The Catskill Project, designed by Buck Moorhead Architect (BMA) is a collection...

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In the News | 8/30/23

New Hires and Promotions Vincent Sorge has joined Ware Malcomb as Director, Interior Architecture & Design in their New York office. Also in New York, Ware...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/29/23
Madison Square Garden. Photo Credit: Javier Losa via Wikimedia Commons.

On Monday, the New York City Council Land Use Committee and Zoning and Franchise Subcommittee voted on Madison Square Garden’s special permit extension application....

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Chapter News | 8/29/23

AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for the AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee, a forum for people interested in cultural spaces and how they shape our...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 8/29/23
Civic Leadership Program development session

By k. kennedy Whiters, AIA, and Adam Achrati, AIA For the first time in AIANY Civic Leadership Program history, the cohort discussed historic preservation. k. kennedy...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 8/16/23
AIANY Civic Leadership Program Development Session

With New York City in an asylum-seeker-fueled State of Emergency since last October—amidst an ongoing housing crisis—how are the City’s needs identified and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/16/23
Jing Fong's outdoor dining structure by Lalire March Architects

On August 3, 2023, the New York City Council passed Introduction 31-C, a bill that makes outdoor dining permanent in the city. The bill, which was sponsored by...

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Chapter News | 8/16/23
Group of people at the AIANY LGBTQIA+ Alliance 2023 Pride Celebration

This summer, AIA New York celebrated the launch of the AIANY LGBTQIA+ Alliance, which took shape over several months and made its formal debut as an AIANY Program...

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In the News | 8/16/23
Exterior of the IAAM museum with landscape in front

Construction Begins on ARO-designed Frederic Church Center for Art and Landscape Construction has begun for the new Frederic Church Center for Art and Landscape at...

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Chapter News | 8/11/23
Three Oculus Magazine covers

According to the International Labour Organization, construction and manufacturing are the largest industrialized sectors at the highest risk of forced labor. At the...

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8/2/23
July 26 City Planning Commission meeting.

Last week, the City Planning Commission (CPC) met to review the City of Yes for Carbon Neutrality proposal and hear public testimony. AIANY submitted a letter to CPC in...

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