Chapter News | 4/28/21

Due to mandatory term limits on existing co-chair positions, and given and our goal to elevate new voices into leadership, AIA New York is openly seeking co-chair...

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Featured Member | 4/28/21
Paul Milana, FAIA, Partner, Hart Howerton.

Architect and urban designer Paul Milana, FAIA, believes that planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and infrastructure must be critically interconnected to...

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Chapter News | 4/27/21
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Ennead Architects, About the Work, and Richter+Ratner are moving forward with the renovation of a shared community space in the library of NYC public elementary and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/27/21
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Last month, President Biden released the American Jobs Plan. This proposal addresses traditional infrastructure like transportation, utilities, and public buildings, but...

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Chapter News | 4/18/21
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In the last year, we’ve seen centuries-old models of education turned on their heads. Students and educators log in virtually from around the world, facing the...

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In the News | 4/14/21
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Skolnick Restores Arts Nonprofit The Church Arts nonprofit The Church recently underwent a comprehensive restoration by Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership....

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Featured Member | 4/14/21
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For over 20 years, Fernando Villa, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, has designed high-quality and environmentally sustainable, affordable, and supportive housing in New York City and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/13/21
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New York City is now using ranked-choice voting (RCV), which allows voters to select more than one candidate in order of preference. The transition is occurring due to...

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Featured Member | 3/31/21
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David Wallance, FAIA, is an architect, educator, author, and the founder of the New York-based DRA/W, an architectural practice that takes a holistic approach to the...

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In the News | 3/30/21

Promotions Cooper Robertson has promoted Nathalie Guedes and Alfia White, LEED AP BD+C, to Senior Associates. Lloyd Helen, Iris Kim, and Anjulie Palta have been...

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Chapter News | 3/19/21

The recent surge of violence against the Asian community across the country is not only symptomatic of America’s deeply rooted legacy of racism, but also of an...

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In the News | 3/17/21
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New D.S. & Durga Fragrance House by K&CO, Kavi Ahuja Moltz, and Pliskin Architecture Opens to Customers Brooklyn-based fragrance house D.S. & Durga has...

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Chapter News | 3/17/21

Call for T+I Co-Chair The AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (T+I) is seeking applications for a new co-chair. With over 200 members and growing, the...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/17/21
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Last year, AIA New York launched the AIA New York Political Action Fund (AIANY PAF), which enables our association to support candidates for political office. We heard...

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Featured Member | 3/17/21
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June Williamson, who in 2021 was appointed Public Director on the AIANY Board of Directors, teaches and coordinates advanced studio, the site technology course, and...

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AIA National News | 3/3/21
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The 2021 Jury of Fellows has named 102 American Institute of Architects members, including 12 members of AIA New York, to its prestigious College of Fellows, which...

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Featured Member | 3/3/21
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Anthony Schirripa, FAIA, was 2010 President of AIANY and is the recipient of the 2021 Edward C. Kemper Award. The Edward C. Kemper Award, named after AIA’s first...

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Policy and Advocacy | 2/25/21
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In 2019, the New York City Council passed Local Law 97, a landmark piece of legislation requiring large buildings to stay under emissions limits. These emissions limits...

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Civic Leadership Program | 2/17/21

Community can be simply defined as “a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality or shared government, and often have a common cultural and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 2/17/21
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New Yorkers have long debated the merits of a comprehensive plan, a single document that outlines goals for private and public sector design and construction over a set...

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