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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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Featured Member | 8/9/17

Jeffrey Dugan, AIA, is a principal at Dattner Architects who specializes in projects in the public realm. His interest in the everyday experiences of New Yorkers has...

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In the News | 8/8/17

(slideshow above) In this issue: - A House That's a Living Part of a Park: Kiss + Cathcart designs Bronx River House - If You Build it, They Will Come: Four firms...

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In the News | 8/8/17

The Center for Active Design's Excellence Awards honored projects including the Etsy Headquarters by Gensler, Elmhurst Library by Marpillero Pollak Architects, and Nixon...

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In the News | 8/8/17

08.17.17: Call for Applications: Fast Company's 2018 Most Innovative Companies 08.18.17: Call for Entries: Chicago Architectural Club 2017 Burnham Prize Competition:...

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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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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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