Chapter News | 6/14/22
Three Oculus magazine covers stacked on top of each other

Does an architecture degree prepare students for a job at an architecture firm? The Summer issue of Oculus magazine explores the question from three points of view:...

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In the News | 6/14/22

Expansions New York City-based Spectorgroup has opened an office in Miami, Florida.   New Hires and Promotions COOKFOX Architects has promoted Arno...

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In the News | 6/1/22
Residential interior with timber beams and ceilings.

Condos for Sale at Timber House by MESH Architectures  Units at MESH Architectures’s 670 Union Street, also known as the Timber House, are now for sale. Located in...

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From Our Partners | 5/18/22
Promotional image for Buildings of Excellence Competition Round 3

The Buildings of Excellence program, administered by the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA), is a $40 million competition that...

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Chapter News | 5/18/22

AIA New York is proud to announce that the chapter has awarded $10,000 to help six aspiring BIPOC architects pay off their student loans through the recently...

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Featured Member | 5/18/22
Headshot of Motoko Shoboji

Motoko Shoboji, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a Design Lead at the NYC Department of Design and Construction's Borough Based Jails Program, whose goal is to safely close Rikers...

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In the News | 5/17/22

Mergers and Expansions Global design firm Sasaki has acquired DLANDstudio, a Brooklyn-based firm led by Susannah Drake, FASLA, FAIA. Olson Kundig has opened a New...

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Chapter News | 5/4/22
10 people arranged in front of a step-and-repeat with AIA New York logos

On Thursday, April 28, after two years of virtual celebrations, AIA New York and its supporters returned to Cipriani Wall Street for the annual Honors and Awards...

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In the News | 5/4/22
Two large playground-like structures connected via a yellow bridge

Idlewild Park Environmental Science Learning Center by Handel and MNLA Opens to Public Designed for the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation by Handel Architects...

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Policy and Advocacy | 5/4/22
Aerial view looking down a street with many cars and tall buildings on either side

In 2019, congestion pricing was passed by the New York State Legislature and signed into law by then-Governor Andrew Cuomo. A coalition of groups, including AIA New...

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Chapter News | 5/3/22

AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for its Cultural Facilities Committee. The Cultural Facilities Committee is a forum for people interested in cultural...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/22/22

This summer, New Yorkers will go to the polls for primary elections which will include candidates for state legislators. Given the importance of state law the built...

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Chapter News | 4/20/22
Large crowd at an exhibition opening.

On Friday, April 1, the Center for Architecture hosted the fourth-annual Art by Architects exhibition, featuring 60 artworks by 40 New York City-based architects. The...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/20/22
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The Governor of New York has enormous sway over the practice of architecture in the state. As the state’s executive, they have major influence over public works,...

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4/20/22

Mergers and Transitions Perkins Eastman and Kliment Halsband Architects have announced their merger. The staff of the Office of Cheryl Barton (O|CB), a San...

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Featured Member | 4/20/22
Headshot of Victor Body-Lawson

Victor Body-Lawson, FAIA, is a Nigerian-born architect and educator and the founder of  Body Lawson Associates (BLA), a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)...

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In the News | 4/6/22
Exterior of the JTS expansion, featuring a white brick facade with a cantilever.

Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects Completes Jewish Theological Seminary Expansion The expansion and transformation of the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) campus...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/6/22
FDNY fire truck parked on a street.

The January fire at Twin Parks Northwest, an apartment building in the Bronx, was among the worst in decades. 17 residents died tragically, apparently all from smoke...

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In the News | 3/23/22

Transitions and Expansions Voith & Mactavish Architects has opened a New York City branch, the firm’s first location outside of...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/23/22
Front view of the New York State Capitol in Albany, NY.

The New York State budget is the most important policy proposal debated in Albany each year. More than a collection of fiscal items, the state budget is instead...

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