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Policy and Advocacy | 10/4/17

On 09.29.17, AIANY, ASLA-NY and APA-NYM hosted their 5th annual conference at the Center for Architecture. This year’s theme, “Public Spaces, Social Movements”...

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Featured Member | 9/28/17
Featured Member Sam White Credit Philip K Howard

Samuel G. White, FAIA, LEED AP, has practiced architecture for more than 40 years, most recently as partner at PBDW Architects. His designs are distinguished by their...

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In the News | 9/20/17

In this issue: - Bringing New York City Back to the Future: Students and faculty move in to Cornell Tech - Never Built in a City that Never Sleeps: "Never Built New...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 9/20/17

On 09.25.17, members of AIANY’s Civic Leadership Program are hosting the first of two public events, Of, By, and For The People: Grassroots Movements and Policy...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 9/18/17

As our co-existence with natural systems is pushed to limits, cities and communities are having to face some harsh realities. As was the case during Sandy, and most...

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Featured Member | 9/14/17

Ann Rolland, FAIA, LEED AP, is a principal at FXFOWLE and founding director of the firm’s Cultural/Educational Studio. She has worked extensively in the New York City...

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Chapter News | 9/13/17

On 09.08.17, the AIANY Architecture Dialogue Committee hosted another evening of incisive architectural discussion and criticism as part of its continuing “Cocktails...

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In the News | 9/7/17

In this issue: Avant-Garde Film Mecca Expands: LPC gives green light to Anthology Film Archives expansion by Bone/Levine Architects Book Marked: Kew Gardens Hills...

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Chapter News | 9/6/17

The beginning of September means back to school for many New Yorkers and in this environment, it is hard not to look at ways to shape the future.  There are two...

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In Memoriam | 9/6/17

With heavy hearts, AIA New York learned that Percy Griffin, AIA, passed away in August. Griffin was the owner of his own firm and was also a professor at NYIT. Prior to...

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Message From the Executive Director | 9/6/17

As we learn more about Hurricane Harvey’s devastating effects on Houston and beyond, AIANY members and our extended community may wonder what they can do to...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/6/17

Last month, the NYC Department of Buildings (DOB) proposed a new rule that would introduce additional fees for processing variations, pre-determinations, and appeals....

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Featured Member | 9/5/17

Over the course of her 40-year career, Mary Burke, FAIA, has led projects in architecture, interior design, and historic preservation on multiple continents and for a...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 8/23/17

“Engagement” is a term thrown around frequently by architects, but what does it really mean? Who are you engaging? For what purpose? How and when do you do this? How...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/23/17

Since the election of President Trump, New York and cities across the country have been host to a rising groundswell of protests​ in streets, parks, plazas, and other...

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In the News | 8/23/17

AIA New York State's annual Design Awards winners included NYC-based St. Ann's Warehouse by Marvel Architects; the National September 11 Memorial Museum by Davis Brody...

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In the News | 8/23/17

In this issue: - Right On Track and Ahead of Schedule: Cuomo announces construction of SOM-designed Moynihan Train Hall - Believe it. This Project is in New York City:...

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Featured Member | 8/22/17

Michael Nieminen, FAIA, is a partner at Kliment Halsband Architects, a New York City-based firm focusing primarily on educational, cultural, and civic projects. Over his...

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Featured Member | 8/11/17

Vanessa Keith, AIA, is founder and principal of StudioTEKA, a New York City-based interdisciplinary design practice whose work ranges from small-scale interiors to...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/9/17

On 08.09.17, New York City Council approved the long-awaited rezoning of Midtown East. The plan, originally proposed in the twilight of the Bloomberg Administration,...

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