In the News | 9/16/20
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Ribbon Cut on KPF’s One Vanderbilt The ribbon was cut at the Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates-designed One Vanderbilt, the first tower completed as part of New York...

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Civic Leadership Program | 9/16/20
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“I think for all of us—whether you’re on the design side, whether you’re on the public side or the private side—I would suggest that participation is becoming...

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Chapter News | 9/16/20

The AIANY Architecture Dialogue Committee is seeking applications for new co-chairs with the planned departure of one of the current co-chairs in the Fall. The AIANY...

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Featured Member | 9/16/20
Sara Lopergolo, FAIA, Partner, Selldorf Architects. Photo: Courtesy of Sara Lopergolo.

As a Partner at Selldorf Architects, where she has practiced for over 20 years, Sara Lopergolo, FAIA, has created elegant design solutions for cultural, residential, and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 9/14/20
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Census responses help determine how much funding New York receives for transportation, affordable housing, and other architectural priorities. Many have grown fearful...

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Chapter News | 9/2/20
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Despite delays and limitations caused by COVID-19, this year’s AIA New York Day of Service was a resounding success for the teams, organizations, volunteers, and end...

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Featured Member | 9/2/20
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Erik L’Heureux, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, is Design Director at Pencil Office, as well as Vice Dean, Special Projects at the School of Design and Environment at the National...

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Chapter News | 9/2/20
Camille Lanier, an undergraduate at Columbia University, and David Mann, AIA, Founder, MR Architecture + Decor, won audience favorite and judges' favorite for their whimsical miniature restaurant, Ms Nori's.

Recipe for a Room: A Design Contest, organized by the AIANY Interiors Committee to benefit the New York City Restaurant Employee Relief Fund, named the competition's...

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In the News | 8/19/20
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COLLECTIVE and Tang Kawasaki Studio Design O.N.S. Clothing Store in Nolita O.N.S Clothing, a men’s lifestyle brand has “soft” opened a 2,700-square-foot...

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Featured Member | 8/19/20
Vivian Lee, FAIA, LEED AP, Studio Executive Director, Woods Bagot. Photo: Courtesy of Woods Bagot.

Vivian Lee, FAIA, LEED AP, designs meticulously crafted buildings that—through environmental calibration, technological innovation, and a keen understanding of local...

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Civic Leadership Program | 8/19/20
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With New York City burdened by the simultaneous crises of climate change, systemic racism, and a once-in-a-generation pandemic, architects must reevaluate their role in...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/18/20
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With years of neglect leading to a backlog of maintenance needs, the woes of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) are nothing new to most New Yorkers. The...

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Featured Member | 8/5/20
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Andrew Knox, FAIA, has focused his practice on elevating the lives of the societally disadvantaged through innovative humanistic design. Ever since Knox was named...

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In the News | 7/22/20
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BKSK Completes Transformation of Former Tammany Hall HQ BKSK has completed the transformation of the former Tammany Hall headquarters, rebranded as 44 Union Square...

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Featured Member | 7/22/20
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Scott Henson, FAIA, advances the field of historic preservation, elevating traditional building practices to globally conscious, sustainable design. Henson’s crafted...

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Chapter News | 7/21/20
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As COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease in the New York City area and New York State continues its phased reopening, AIANY is pleased to announce that our partners at...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/21/20
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Despite concerns about a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, New York is moving ahead with its reopening. New cases and fatalities have fallen dramatically since the virus...

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Chapter News | 7/13/20
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Oculus magazine, AIA New York's quarterly publication, commits to more actively stand up against systemic racism and inequality through our coverage and invites our...

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Featured Member | 7/8/20
Stephan Jaklitsch, FAIA. Photo: Roy Tsao.

Projects by Stephan Jaklitsch, FAIA, are explorations into the widely applicable potential of architectural design. Together with Mark Gardner, AIA, NOMA, Jaklitsch...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/8/20
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The current financial crisis has impacted all levels of government. Transit agencies across the country have been especially hard hit as ridership has remained at low...

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