Policy and Advocacy | 1/10/18
On 12.11.2017, AIANY hosted a Conscious Shelter Design workshop. Members worked with DHS to strategize how to make new homeless shelters more sustainable and functional for their residents and surrounding communities. As one of the central social justice issues of our time, it is important that architects take a strong stand to combat the rise in homelessness. Credit: Center for Architecture.

Registration is now open for HOPE 2018, the NYC Department of Homeless Services’ (DHS) annual volunteer-led counting of homeless living on the streets. The Homeless...

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Chapter News | 1/9/18
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture by Freelon Adjaye Bond / Smithgroup and Gustafson Guthrie Nichol. Credit: Alan Karchmer; rights held by The Smithsonian Institution.

On Monday, January 8, 2018, a jury of independent architects, educators, critics, and planners from outside New York City convened at the Center for Architecture to...

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In the News | 12/27/17
130 William by Adjaye Associates with Hill West as executive architect.

See Me. Feel Me. Touch Me: Adjaye's FiDi tower rises The Adjaye Associates-designed 130 William is currently rising in the Financial District. Billed as a tower...

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Chapter News | 12/27/17
Pablo Marvel, Nova Concepts. Credit: Center for Architecture

Pablo Marvel of Nova Concepts delivered an engaging presentation on drones at the Center for Architecture on 12.18.17. Hosted by the AIANY Technology Committee, the...

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Chapter News | 12/27/17
Speakers of In Pursuit of Performance: Financial and Social Metrics of Architectural Success. Credit: Center for Architecture

So much data, so much space, so many variables! What does it all mean for architecture, design and real estate? Thankfully, the 12.11.17 AIANY Social Science and...

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In the News | 12/13/17
American Copper Building by SHoP Architects. Credit: Max Touhey.

Up on the Skybridge The SHoP Architects-designed American Copper Building’s skybridge has opened with a full suite of high-end amenities. The 60,000-square-foot,...

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Chapter News | 12/13/17
Guy Geier, FAIA,FIIDA, LEED AP, 2018 President, AIA New York. Credit: Sam Lahoz.

On Tuesday, December 5, 2017, AIA New York welcomed its 2018 Board of Directors at the Board Inaugural. Incoming 2018 President Gerard F.X. “Guy” Geier II, FAIA,...

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Chapter News | 12/13/17
"The Future of NYC Jails" speakers and moderator. Credit: Center for Architecture

New York City is at a pivotal moment, with the opportunity to change its approach to correctional facilities. There is consensus among the community, stakeholders, and...

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In the News | 11/29/17
50 West 66th Street by Snøhetta. Credit: Binyan Studios.

A Chiseled New Profile on the Upper West Side: Snøhetta designs UWS tower Snøhetta is leading the design of new 127-unit condo residential tower at 50 West 66th...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 11/29/17
Panel discussion participants, left to right: Fernando Martinez, Lex Steppling, Dan Gallagher, Susan Opotow, and Harold Appel. Credit: Center for Architecture

On 11.17.17, the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) hosted its second and final public program, “…And Justice for All: Reconstituting Just...

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Policy and Advocacy | 11/29/17
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Tickets are still available for AIANY’s “Anticipating the Driverless City” on 12.01.17. The full-day symposium will bring together thought leaders from across New...

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Featured Member | 11/28/17
Jeffrey Shumaker, AICP, Assoc. AIA. Photo: Courtesy of KPF.

Jeffrey Shumaker, AICP, Assoc. AIA, recently joined KPF as the firm's Director of Urban Planning and Design. Previously, he was Chief Urban Designer for the New York...

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Chapter News | 11/28/17
Dezeen Jobs Homepage Image

If you’re looking for a job in architecture or design, Dezeen Jobs can help. The global jobs board has introduced free accounts for jobseekers! You can now view and...

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Message From the Executive Director | 11/16/17

Last week, November 9-11, AIA chapters from four states, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, convened in Albany for the 2017 AIA QUAD Conference. Over...

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In the News | 11/16/17
Elaine Wynn and Family Education Wing at the Joan Weill Center for Dance by Iu + Bibliowicz Architects. Credit: Fred Charles.

Revealing the World of Dance to the City The ribbon was recently cut on the Elaine Wynn and Family Education Wing at the Joan Weill Center for Dance, the home of the...

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Chapter News | 11/16/17
HONOR: One John Street by Alloy Development. Credit: (c) Laurian Ghinitoiu

On 11.15.17, green building enthusiasts gathered at the Center for Architecture to celebrate the winners of the 2017 AIANY COTE Awards. Modeled on the COTE National...

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Policy and Advocacy | 11/15/17
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Tickets are now available for AIANY’s “Anticipating the Driverless City” symposium on 12.01.17. With a focus on the nexus of public policy, urban design, and...

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Featured Member | 11/6/17
Greg Keffer, AIA, Partner, Rockwell Group. Image: Geordie Wood.

An expert in hospitality design, Greg Keffer, AIA, was recently elevated to Partner at Rockwell Group. Having previously served as Principal at STUDIOS Architecture and...

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Chapter News | 11/1/17
Social Science and Architecture History Primer panelists. Credit: Center for Architecture.

On Wednesday, 10.25.17, the AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee hosted its second-annual “Social Science and Architecture History Primer.” The audience,...

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Policy and Advocacy | 11/1/17
Over a “working lunch,” attendees participated in a dynamic workshop session to generate ideas and strategies for creating quality active spaces across New York City. Credit: Center for Architecture.

On 10.19.17, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and AIA New York held FitKids 2017, a half-day symposium that brought together a cohort of leaders across...

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