Chapter News | 9/7/22

The AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) is seeking applications for a new co-chair with the planned departure of a current co-chair by the end of...

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In the News | 9/7/22

Transitions Bernheimer Architecture has formed what appears to be the country’s only formal union at a private-sector architecture firm. New Hires and...

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In the News | 8/24/22
Rendering of public building interior with several human figures walking around, some with suitcases. Text on mezzanine level reads "Midtown Bus Terminal."

PANYNJ Selects Foster + Partners and Epstein Global to Reimagine Port Authority Bus Terminal The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) selected the...

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Civic Leadership Program | 8/24/22
Two women sit at a red table in front of a computer

On Friday, August 5, the 2022 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) hosted their second development session, organized by Kasey Motley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/23/22
Dining tables with white tablecloths on a city sidewalk.

Throughout the pandemic, the expansion of outdoor dining kept countless restaurants in New York afloat. This proliferation of sidewalk and roadside dining was carried...

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Chapter News | 8/10/22
AIA New York Unified Task Force. Photo: AIA New York.

The AIA New York Unified Task Force City and State, a collaboration between AIA New York and AIA New York State, has been awarded a 2022 Power of A Gold Award by the...

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Chapter News | 8/10/22
Three magazine covers for Oculus stacked from left to right.

Taking a cue from architect and theorist John F.C. Turner, the Fall 2022 issue of Oculus will focus on "Housing as a Verb." Turner championed a smaller-scale and...

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In the News | 8/10/22

New Hires and Promotions Anjali Mathai has joined HLW as the firm's new Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Perkins Eastman has named Emily...

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Policy and Advocacy | 8/10/22
US Capitol. Photo: Martin Falbisoner via Wikimedia Commons.

A series of court decisions regarding gerrymandered legislative districts created by the New York State Legislature led to a split primary cycle this year. Primaries for...

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Featured Member | 8/10/22
David Goldstein headshot

New York City-based mechanical engineer David J. Goldstein, PE, is CEO of Hydronic Shell Technologies (HST), an Allied Professional Member of AIANY, and Co-Chair of the...

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In the News | 7/27/22
50 Nevins by Dattner Architects. Photo: ©L-INES Photo, courtesy of Dattner Architects and the Institute for Community Living.

Dattner Designs 50 Nevins in Downtown Brooklyn At 50 Nevins in Downtown Brooklyn, Dattner Architects combined a gut-renovated, circa-1913, 66,500-square-foot...

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Chapter News | 7/27/22

The AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee is seeking a new co-chair. The Planning and Urban Design Committee is a platform for practitioners and communities to...

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Civic Leadership Program | 7/27/22
The CLP's first development session of 2022 focused on urban happiness. Photo: Center for Architecture.

On Friday, July 15, the 2022 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program hosted their first hybrid development session, organized by Tosin Bamidele, Assoc. AIA, and...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/27/22
Moynihan Train Hall by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Photo: Dave Burk © Empire State Development | SOM.

The New York region has countless overdue major infrastructure projects. While these projects were long considered necessary, a lack of political will failed to move...

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Featured Member | 7/13/22
Headshot of Lori A. Brown

Through design research, writing, and advocacy, Lori A. Brown, FAIA, Co-Founder, ArchiteXX, is transforming architecture into a more diverse discipline that responds to...

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In the News | 7/12/22

New Hires and Promotions Arno Adkins, AIA, and Susie Teal, AIA, have been promoted to Partners at COOKFOX Architects. Stephen Alton, AIA, has joined S9...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/12/22
Children play on a pedestrianized street

Though New York City has an enormous municipal workforce, there is no single office or individual charged with coordinating the various agencies that oversee public...

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AIA National News | 6/29/22
After a two-year hiatus, the 2022 AIA Conference on Architecture returned last week, bringing thousands of architects to Chicago. Photo: Courtesy of AIA.

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 AIA Conference on Architecture returned last week, bringing together thousands of architects to network...

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In the News | 6/29/22
Airport concourse with floor-to-ceiling windows

LaGuardia Airport Terminal C Transforms Delta Hub The recently opened Terminal C at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) transforms one of Delta's key hubs, allowing travelers to...

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Civic Leadership Program | 6/29/22
10 individuals stand inside a gallery space

On June 11, the AIANY and nycobaNOMA’s Civic Leadership Program (CLP) hosted its sixth-annual Kick-Off at the Center for Architecture. Ten carefully-selected civic...

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