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Guided tours of significant buildings in New York City and the Tri-State area are organized by AIA New York Program Committees.

Led by architects, these intimate tours offer greater detail about a given site or building including its initial design and construction. Building tours are an opportunity to see inside some of the city’s most notable new projects and important historical sites that have made a sustained impact on the built environment.

Recent sites have included a tour of the Park Avenue Armory led by its restoration team; Congregation Beit Simchat Torah led by Stephen Cassell of Architecture Research Office; a private tour of NYC’s City Hall led by Richard Southwick of Beyer Blinder Belle; the Cary Leeds Tennis Center led by Peter Gluck of Gluck+; and the East Hampton Library and Guild Hall of East Hampton led by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and LHSA+DP.

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Upcoming Building Tours

Tue, Oct 1 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Attendee: $10

Original architect: Charles Pratt Huntington (1906); Renovation architects: Selldorf Architects and Beyer Blinder Belle (ongoing)

Behind the scenes tour; while the building is closed for renovation enjoy special access to learn more about the history of this unique building and Audubon Terrace. Representatives from Beyer, Blinder Belle and Selldorf Architects will provide background of the building designed by Charles Pratt Huntington in 1908, and a curator from HSML will provide an overview of the Sorolla Gallery, housing the monumental series of 14 paintings known as Vision of Spain by the Valencian master Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, which was renovated in 2006-2007.

This program is organized in conjunction with Archtober, New York City’s month-long architecture and design festival.

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Wed, Oct 2 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Attendee: $10

Original architect: Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates (1977); Renovation architect: Rafael Viñoly Architects (2008); Rooftop canopy: Toshiko Mori (2015); Rooftop terrace: Future Green Studio (2017)

Seeking expanded capacity to serve a growing audience, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum wanted a new public presence that would contribute to the vitality of the surrounding community. The structure is distinct from its context, in color as well as physical form, yet remains welcoming and deferntial to the museum’s existing built environment. The architecture of the building is compelling and inviting to children, its glittering envelope of yellow ceramic tiles creativing a public landmark in the neighborhood.

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Thu, Oct 3 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: One Vanderbilt

Attendee: $10

Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Set to become the tallest office tower in Midtown, One Vanderbilt’s tapered massing is comprised of four interlocking volumes that spiral upward to create a new icon on the Manhattan skyline. At the tower’s base, a series of angled cuts organize a visual procession to Grand Central, while below-grade connections to the terminal allow One Vanderbilt to fit into the city’s network of public transportation, transforming the civic experience of the congested 42nd Street corridor.

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Fri, Oct 4 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: NYBG Edible Academy

Attendee: $10

Architect: Cooper Robertson

Conceived of as a collection of indoor/outdoor structures connected to expansive vegetable gardens and a dramatic wooded context, NYBG’s Edible Academy is a year-round teaching center focusing on the fundamental relationships between plants, gardening, sustainability, cooking, nutrition, and health. The project has been sited to highlight its magnificent setting, providing educational opportunities on sustainable agriculture and native plants in an environment that emphasizes the relationships between cultivated and natural landscapes.

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Sat, Oct 5 1:00 pm

Building of the Day: Church of the Transfiguration

Attendee: $10

Architect: Jonas Mulokas

This tour will visit the Roman Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, a unique structure in Queens’ Maspeth neighborhood, combining mid-century design and Lithuanian folk elements. Constructed in 1962 to designs by Lithuanian architect Jonas Mulokas, the church received an honorable mention from the Queens Chamber of Commerce Building Awards program. The interior was created by one of the most renowned 20th-century Lithuanian artists, Vytautas Kazimieras Jonyas, who designed interiors for more than 60 churches across the world. This tour is presented in collaboration with Queens Modern.

Led by: Frampton Tolbert, Founder, Queens Modern

Frampton Tolbert is an architectural historian focusing on the study and documentation of vernacular and regional modernism. He created the digital projects Mid-Century Mundane and Queens Modern to explore the rich history of modernism in Queens and beyond. He has received a NYSCA Individual Artist Grant and a James Marston Fitch Mid-Career Fellowship for his work.

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Sun, Oct 6 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Fort Wadsworth

Attendee: $10

Architect: Unknown

Led by a parks ranger and an architect for the National Parks Service, the tour will explore one of the historic fortifications located within Fort Wadsworth. The fortifications date to the 19th century and were part of New York City’s coastal defense system.

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Mon, Oct 7 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Vilcek Foundation

Attendee: $10

Architect: Architecture Research Office

This extensive renovation transforms a landmarked five-story structure into a new home that supports the Vilcek Foundation’s mission to “raise awareness of immigrant contributions in America and foster appreciation of the arts and sciences.” With its public gallery for rotating exhibitions and administrative offices, the new headquarters marks an expansion of the Foundation’s mission and public programming at a pivotal moment. Details and materials illuminate and amplify space throughout the narrow building.

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Tue, Oct 8 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Building 77

Attendee: $10

Architect: Marvel Architects

Building 77 is a one-million-square-foot building constructed in 1942. The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation selected Marvel Architects to envision a new entrance to the repurposed building and the Brooklyn Navy Yard as a whole. Inside, a central corridor extends from the street to the campus, lined with the retail face of food producers and connecting the building lobby and elevator core that serves 3,000 new employees on the floors above.

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Wed, Oct 9 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Pratt Student Union

Attendee: $10

Architect: Matiz Architecture & Design

The Pratt Student Union features three interconnected levels of open areas that encourage its use as a key campus circulation element. A large stepped platform acts as a piazza within the main volume, providing circulation to the mezzanine above and seating on and below. Open lounge areas are distributed throughout with enclosed meeting rooms on the perimeter and a video room tucked away below the reception platform in what was previously a pool.

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Thu, Oct 10 3:00 pm

Building of the Day: Solar Carve (40 Tenth Ave)

Attendee: $10

Architect: Studio Gang

Sculpted by the angles of the sun, Solar Carve explores how shaping architecture in response to solar access and other site-specific criteria can expand its positive impact. The building takes its unique form from the geometric relationships between the allowable envelope and the sun’s path, producing a faceted, gem-like facade that privileges light, fresh air, and river views to the park while also becoming a new iconic silhouette on the New York skyline.

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Fri, Oct 11 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Hunters Point Library

Attendee: $10

Architect: Steven Holl Architects

Hunters Point Library is the Queens Public Library’s first new library to be added to its system since 2007, bringing to 63 the total number of branches in the borough. Designed by Steven Holl Associates, the library comprises 22,000 square feet with soaring ceilings and offers spectacular views of Manhattan, providing patrons free access to information and an unrivaled experience of learning and discovery. Its prominent location on the Queens side of the East River signals the critical importance of public libraries and their continuing evolution.

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Sat, Oct 12 10:30 am

Building of the Day: Merchant’s House Museum

Attendee: $10

Architect: Unknown (1832)

Come explore the architecture of the 1832 Merchant’s House, Manhattan’s first designated landmark. This tour includes the rarely seen bedrooms on the third floor (now staff offices), and even a peek up into the attic. From late Federal to Green Revival, you’ll gain new perspectives, learning about changing period styles and technologies in mid-19th-century New York City.

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Sun, Oct 13 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Empire Landing

Attendee: $10

Architect: SHoP Architects

Empire Landing is a new retail and entertainment destination on the Staten Island waterfront. Located on a large, steeply sloping site adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, the design reconnects the neighborhood of Richmond Terrace to New York Harbor. A series of new pedestrian routes define the plan, stepping up via generous stairs that create spaces for outdoor gathering within the new shopping district.

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Mon, Oct 14 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: 75 Kenmare

Attendee: $10

Architect: Andre Kikoski Architect; Interiors: Kravitz Design

75 Kenmare is a NYC luxury condo designed by architect Andre Kikoski with interiors by Kravitz Design, founded by legendary music icon Lenny Kravitz. Knit into the contextual fabric of NoLita, with its richly textured facade and artful interiors, 75 Kenmare retains the authenticity of downtown life while incorporating a new sense of refined elegance. When conceptualizing his artistic vision for 75 Kenmare, Kikoski examined the finest examples of architecture in NoLita and rethought them in a contemporary way.

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Tue, Oct 15 1:00 pm

Building of the Day: BBG Robert W. Wilson Overlook

Attendee: $10

Architect: Weiss/Manfredi

Opening in summer 2019, the Robert W. Wilson Overlook will introduce an ascending garden shaped by communal gathering spaces that overlook the iconic Cherry Esplanade.

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Wed, Oct 16 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Moxy East Village

Attendee: $10

Interior Design Architect: Rockwell Group
Exterior Architect/Interior AOR: Stonehill Taylor

Opening fall 2019, Moxy East Village is located in the heart of New York’s East Village. Conceived by Rockwell Group as a vertical timeline, each floor of the hotel draws inspiration from a different era in East Village history while celebrating the neighborhood’s spirit of experimentation. Moxy East Village offers 286 bedrooms, co-working spaces, and four new eating and drinking concepts by TAO Group, including a lobby bar and café, a rooftop bar, a subterranean lounge, and a French-Mediterranean restaurant

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Thu, Oct 17 10:00 am

Building of the Day: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Attendee: $10

Original Architect: Carrère & Hastings (1911); Rose Reading Room Renovation: WJE Engineers & Architects with Evergreene Architectural Arts (2016)

Join us for a tour of the building presented by Keith Glutting, who has been guiding visitors through this masterpiece by Carrere and Hastings for fifteen years. The tour will culminate with a discussion of the restoration of the Rose Main Reading Room by Wiss, Janney, Elstner architects with Evergreene Architectural Arts.   

“One cannot imagine New York without it – its presence is that of some great natural fact.” – Henry Hope Reed, author of the original volume of The New York Public Library: The Architecture and Decoration of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.  

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Fri, Oct 18 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Madison Square Boys & Girls Club Pinkerton Clubhouse

Attendee: $10

Architect: Rogers Partners

Located in Upper Harlem, the Madison Square Boys & Girls Club’s new four-story, 45,000 square-foot Pinkerton Clubhouse is a model for the next generation of Boys & Girls Clubs, with amenity-rich after-school activities for young people ages 6-18. The Clubhouse’s location and design is highly visible; from the bright entryway and open stair to the luminous dance studio and rooftop sports field—kids will come, stay, and thrive here. 

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Mon, Oct 21 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Eleven Madison Park Restaurant

Attendee: $10

Architect: Allied Works Architecture

The renovation of Eleven Madison Park drew inspiration from neighboring Madison Square Park through the quality and color of light, the textures and patterns of foliage, and the shifts of form, line and shadow through the seasons. The space builds anticipation and exudes a sense of invitation and welcome. It is a space that expands time in its calm, color, and craftsmanship, and offers time to sit and enjoy one of the world’s most extraordinary culinary experiences.

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Tue, Oct 22 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Greenwich West

Attendee: $10

Design architect: Loci Anima / Executive Architect: Adamson Associate Architects / Interior Design: Sébastien Seqers Architecte

Francoise Raynaud’s Loci Anima, her first New York condominium, is in symbiosis with the environment, seeking to encourage our relationship with nature. This New York tower with French ovvertones uses noble and natural materials throughout its design. The spacious apartment layouts are designed to take advantage of the large bay windows that capture the light and reflection of the Hudson River views.

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Wed, Oct 23 8:00 am

Building of the Day: Statue of Liberty Museum

Attendee: $10

Architect: FXCollaborative

The new Statue of Liberty Museum is conceived as an extension of the park, and is accesible to all of its 4.5 million yearly visitors without additional security clearances. The Museum’s defining gesture is the lifting of the park itself, creating a naturalized habitat above. Below, a sparkling vitrine showcases the Statue’s original torch. Monumental steps engage and activate the circular flag plaza, providing sitting, climbing, and viewing spaces towards the Statue. The roof terrace affords spectacular views of the island, the harbor, and the city beyond.

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Thu, Oct 24 3:00 pm

Building of the Day: Bronx Music Hall

Attendee: $10

Architect: WXY Architecture + Urban Design

WXY was commissioned to design the new Bronx Music Hall, a 14,000-square-foot performing arts venue. The Bronx Music Heritage Center is designed to honor the unique cultural and musical history of the neighborhood and will serve multiple purposes, including a flexible performance space with seating for 300 people, an interactive exhibit that connects visitors to the history and influences of Bronx music, rehearsal and classroom spaces, and a gallery space for exhibitions.

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Fri, Oct 25 9:00 am

Building of the Day: The Museum of Modern Art Renovation and Expansion

Attendee: $10

Lead architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro; Collaborating architect: Gensler 

The Museum of Modern Art is undergoing a renovation and expansion that will increase gallery space by 30% and will enhance public spaces. The first phase of renovations on the east end is now complete and the next phase, including new construction on the west end will now begin, with an estimated completion date of 2019.

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Sat, Oct 26 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Greenpoint Library + Environmental Education Center

Attendee: $10

Architect: Marble Fairbanks

Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center is a 15,000-square-foot community library and hub for environmental awareness, activism, and education in the Brooklyn Public Library system. Program elements include reading rooms, dry/wet eco-labs, community event space and meeting rooms, staff spaces, and an extensive outdoor space. Landscapes are integrated into the building on three levels – bioswale and rock outcroppings at the street, a reading garden on the second, and a green roof on the third.

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Sun, Oct 27 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Fraunces Tavern Museum

Attendee: $10

Original architect: Unknown; Renovation architect: William H. Mersereau (1907)

 

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Mon, Oct 28 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Barnard College The Milstein Center for Teaching & Learning

Attendee: $10

Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Located at the heart of the campus, the Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning is a new kind of library that transforms the undergraduate experience at Barnard College. The 128,000-square-foot building features an expanded library and media facilities, flexible learning and classroom spaces, as well as a computational science center. Designed to serve as a campus crossroads, the Milstein Center is a place where students and faculty can learn by doing in a dynamic, interdisciplinary setting.  

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Tue, Oct 29 1:00 pm

Building of the Day: 121 East 22nd Street

Attendee: $10

Architect: OMA

121 East 22nd is OMA’s first ground-up building and residential complex in Manhattan. The design was conceived from its site, which straddles two separate and different neighborhoods: a quiet residential area surrounding Grammercy Park and the bustling commercial space around Madison Square Park. 121 East 22nd conveys the meeting of the two neighborhoods, realized through two interlocking planes that come together at 23rd and Lexington to form a distinct, three-dimensional corner.

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Wed, Oct 30 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: 10 Jay Street

Attendee: $10

Architect: ODA New York

Originally the Arbuckle Brothers sugar refinery, 10 Jay stands at an ideal location, flush with waterfront views to integrate innovative design with the site’s landmark heritage. A crystalline geode, with its reflections, speaks to the park, the sunset, the Manhattan Bridge rising beside it, and the riverfront on the other side. As the conversation surrounding heritage and preservation grows, 10 Jay Street bucks conservative trends to challenge the way we view history

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Thu, Oct 31 12:00 pm

Building of the Day: Tenement Museum

Attendee: $10

Architect: Perkins Eastman

The Tenement Museum has been transformed from dilapidated, structurally comprised tenement buildings built in the 1860s into a cultural destination and civic resource in NYC of immeasurable worth. Come behind the scenes to tour the “forensic architecture” that has translated history into lessons for the future. The Tenement Museum has recently been honored by the AIA New York, The New York Landmarks Conservancy, The Municipal Art Society of New York, Architizer, and many more.

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