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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 7/26/17

On 07.21.17, AIANY's Civic Leadership Program convened at the Center for Architecture for the first of five development sessions. The discussion focused on civic...

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Chapter News | 7/26/17

AIA New York is conducting a survey to understand how firms are helping our members grow as professionals. The survey should only take about 5-10 minutes of your time...

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Featured Member | 7/26/17

Andrea Steele, AIA, is a Partner in the New York office of TEN Arquitectos. A graduate of Lehigh University and Harvard Graduate School of Design, she was principal of...

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Policy and Advocacy | 7/26/17

The AIA brought 150 architects, students, emerging professionals, small- and large-firm owners and other practitioners together in Denver, Colorado, last week for its...

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In the News | 7/25/17

(slideshow above) In this issue: - The Bronx is Up!: O'Neill McVoy Architects Starts Construction on the Bronx Children's Museum - African Surgical Facility Goes...

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In the News | 7/25/17

The Ambulatory Surgical Facility in Kyabirwa, Uganda, designed by Kliment Halsband Architects, was the recipient of a AIA 2017 Healthcare Design Award....

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In the News | 7/25/17

07.31.17: Call for Entries: Urban Environment Design Magazine’s UIA HYP Cup 2017 International Student Competition in Architectural Design – Transformation and...

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Featured Member | 7/20/17

Gabrielle Brainard, AIA, is interested in both the technical and cultural aspects of architecture. A facade consultant at Heintges and Associates, she was previously a...

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7/19/17

The American Institute of Architects New York (AIANY) opposes the administration’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement. The 2015 landmark...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 7/13/17

AIA New York and the AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) are pleased to announce the 2017 class of the Civic Leadership Program (CLP). The ten talented...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 7/13/17

On 06.24.17, the AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee kicked off the Civic Leadership Program (CLP) at the Center for Architecture. Ten carefully-selected future...

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In the News | 7/13/17

(slideshow above) In this issue: - Just Do It!: Studios Architecture-designed Nike's NYC HQ Opens - A Library/Environmental Center Grows in Brooklyn: Greenpoint...

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In the News | 7/13/17

Nicholas Desbiens, AIA, LEED AP, has been promoted to Design Director at Marble Fairbanks. Jason Roberts, AIA, has been named Organization Director. Caleb McKenzie, LC,...

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In the News | 7/13/17

07.17.17: Call for Entries: Urban SOS: hOUR City – Sponsored by Van Alen Institute, 100 Resilient Cities, and AECOM 07.31.17: Call for Entries: Urban Environment...

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7/13/17
Second Place

This year, Archtober partnered with the Four Freedoms Park Alliance to host a special Archtober Summer Kickoff event on 07.12.17. FDR Four Freedoms Park in...

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Chapter News | 7/12/17

The Driverless Future Challenge, organized by AIA New York in partnership with the City of New York, New Lab, and Fast Company, came to a close on 07.11.17 with the...

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Featured Member | 7/6/17

Leonard Kady, AIA, is a leader in the world of small firms. The principal of Leonard Kady Architecture + Design in New York, his practice bridges the disciplines of...

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Chapter News | 6/28/17

The Center for Architecture is proud to announce the recipients of the 2017 Arnold W. Brunner Grant for Architectural Research: Dr. Stephanie Ryberg-Webster from Shaker...

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Policy and Advocacy | 6/28/17

When New York City passed Local Laws 31 and 32 last year, the groundwork was laid to make NYC-owned buildings among the most efficient in the country....

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 6/28/17

On 06.07.17, the AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE) brought the conversation around New York City’s 80x50 initiative back to the Center for Architecture. The...

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