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Policy and Advocacy | 1/13/17

As AIANY begins the New Year, we look ahead to some of the major policy areas and notable events our chapter will be focusing on in 2017. As the representative of more...

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Chapter News | 1/13/17

In late December 2016, the AIA National Board of Directors adopted the recommendations of the Equity in Architecture Commission, who identified root causes to the lack...

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Chapter News | 1/13/17

Never Built New York is a straight-forward embrace of the architectural imagination that has flourished around New York City since the Industrial Revolution. Greg Goldin...

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In the News | 1/13/17

(Slideshow above) In this issue: - All You Need is Love: OCR wins Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition - Crossroads of the World Redesigned for Pedestrians:...

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In the News | 1/13/17

Steven Holl, FAIA, Steven Holl Architects, will be honored at the 2017 BOMB Magazine Gala… The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation will honor Gregory A. Kelly, PE,...

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In the News | 1/13/17

01.15.17: Call for Entries: Aedes Berlin’s Zumbotel Group Award 2017 – Innovations for Sustainability and Humanity in the Build Environment 01.17.17: Call for...

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Chapter News | 12/15/16

After 13 years and almost 60 issues, I am stepping down as editor of Oculus. AIANY is bringing its publications program in-house, and now seems a good time to spread my...

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From the Desk of the President | 12/15/16

On 12.13.16, incoming AIANY President David Piscuskas, FAIA, welcomed the Chapter's 2017 Board of Directors and presented his theme for 2017, "Architects: Assembly...

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Policy and Advocacy | 12/15/16

On 12.05.16, AIANY hosted the design and development leaders of the recently announced Moynihan Train Hall, revealing many of the unknown design elements as part of the...

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Chapter News | 12/15/16

On 11.29.16, AIANY’s Global Dialogues and Women in Architecture Committees hosted the fourth annual “Leaning Out” lecture, a series focusing on women in the...

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Chapter News | 12/15/16

On 12.05.16, the AIANY Social Science and Research Committee held its seventh public program, the last of this year, at the Center for Architecture: “I Love this...

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Chapter News | 12/15/16

On 11.09.16, Jonathan F.P. Rose presented his new book, The Well-Tempered City: What Modern Science, Ancient Civilizations, and Human Nature Teach Us About the Future of...

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In the News | 12/15/16

In this issue: - A New Design Hub Grows in Brooklyn - The Bronx is Up and Artsy - Enlightened Library Design - One Building, Many Purposes – and in Our Neighborhood -...

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In the News | 12/15/16

The Grand Louvre – Phase I by I.M. Pei, FAIA, and his firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, has been selected for the 2017 AIA Twenty-Five Year Award, conferred on a...

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In the News | 12/15/16

12.18.16: Call for Entries: Bruner Foundation’s Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence 12.19.16: Request for Proposals: Boston Society of Architects, The City of...

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Chapter News | 12/1/16

The Spring 2017 issue of Oculus will explore contemporary architectural education. We are gathering feedback from AIANY members about their expectations and experiences...

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Chapter News | 12/1/16

On 11.18.16, what was originally supposed to be a straightforward discussion between Michael Sorkin, principal of Michael Sorkin Studio, and Michael Murphy, co-founder...

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Policy and Advocacy | 12/1/16

State and local elected officials have been quick to react to the election of Donald Trump and his continuing transition into the White House. Governor Cuomo, an early...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 12/1/16

On 11.14.16, the Center for Architecture hosted an intimate discussion of New York City’s progress on its 80x50 initiative, an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas...

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Chapter News | 12/1/16

On 11.17.16, AIANY’s Housing Committee honored the memory of Samuel Ratensky, former New York City Housing Authority director and Monument Man, with a lecture...

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Chapter News | 12/1/16

On 11.16.16, students and professionals gathered at the Center for Architecture to hear from three designers at Gensler – Regional Director Mark Pollock, AIA, LEED AP,...

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Chapter News | 12/1/16

On 10.20.16, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed architect and educator Pierluigi Serraino, AIA, author of The Creative Architect: Inside the great...

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In the News | 12/1/16

(Slideshow above) In this issue: - Memorial Honors Victims of the AIDS Epidemic - An Immersive Exploration of the Works of Pierre Chareau - The Sky's the Limit - Miami...

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In the News | 12/1/16

The Public Design Commission honored 10 projects with Awards for Excellence in Design: the 40th Police Precinct by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and Starr Whitehouse;...

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In the News | 12/1/16

12.12.16: Call for Entries: Architectural Review Pop-up: Celebrating the Best Temporary Structures 12.15.16: Call for Entries: Blueprint: A Design for Genoa Ideas...

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Message From the Executive Director | 11/11/16

At this time when the country is notably divided and exploring many paths forward, AIA New York / Center for Architecture remains dedicated to our core values, which...

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Chapter News | 11/11/16

As we continue to prioritize how to enhance our communications channels, we have started to think strategically about Oculus magazine. From its birth as a one-page AIANY...

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Policy and Advocacy | 11/11/16

On 10.25.16, The Office of the City Clerk issued a favorable advisory opinion to clarify language from the 2013 Lobbying Law impacting architects, design professionals,...

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In the News | 11/11/16

Reusing their Past: New York Magazine’s Justin Davidson invites readers to check out “Authenticity and Innovation” in “To Honor Jane Jacob’s Vision, We Need...

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Chapter News | 11/11/16

On 10.27.16, 1,100 professionals from the architecture, engineering, construction, and real estate industries gathered at Chelsea Piers Pier 60 to celebrate AIANY and...

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