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In the News | 6/27/18

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

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

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

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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Policy and Advocacy | 5/30/18
Credit: Jason Lawrence.

At one time, sustainable design was associated mostly with environmentalism. Now, discussions over topics such as historic preservation, affordable housing, and waste...

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In the News | 5/30/18
In Plain Sight by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Laura Kurgan, Robert Gerard Pietrusko with Columbia Center for Spatial Research at the 2018 U.S. Pavilion. Credit: © Tom Harris. Courtesy of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago.

Encountering the Black Marble is a memorable moment at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, which opened on May 26. Located at the heart of the U.S. Pavilion, the...

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Chapter News, Civic Leadership Program | 5/30/18

AIA New York is pleased to announce the 2018 class of the Civic Leadership Program (CLP). Ten talented and civically-minded emerging architecture professionals will...

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AIA National News | 5/30/18

As the A’18 AIA Conference on Architecture quickly approaches, don't forget to sign up for our Day of Service planned for Saturday, June 23. This is a great...

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