Tue, 1/21, 6:00pm
Tue, 1/28, 6:00pm
December 11, 2019
On December 10, Emerging Professionals from New York City, Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island will co-host a viewing party for a Webinar featuring panelists on the subject of BURNOUT. Please follow the registration link for location details, this event is free.
The World Health Organization announced this year that Burnout is included in the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon. Symptoms of burnout include feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; increased mental distance from one’s job or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job; and reduced professional efficacy. As emerging professionals struggle to create a work/life balance burnout becomes very real. Being proactive will create more effective leaders at work, at home and in our communities.
The program aims to focus on the following topics:
- Strategies for carving time for yourself
- Time management skills
- Resources for self-preservation and self-growth
- Tools to help you recognize that you are struggling, and how to broach the topic with yourself, your peers, and importantly your firm leadership.
Jim King, AIA, Partner, King + King Architects
Kim Perone, CLC, Success Coach and Mindfulness Trainer Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment (CENTER4C)
Daniel J. Wilson, AIA, Partner, Lacey Thaler Reilly Wilson Architecture
If you are unable to attend the webinar you can view it live from your computer or phone.
September 11, 2019
AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) annually teams up with FIGMENT and the Structural Engineers Association of New York (SEAoNY) to host the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition. The 2020 City of Dreams Pavilion, the competition’s tenth iteration, will be located in Lighthouse Park on Roosevelt Island.
The Call for Proposals is open! Register as a team or individual before Sept 15 to get your creative juices flowing. Submissions are due by Sept 30
For more information on the competition and submission requirements please visit the aiany.org Competitions and Grants page here.
June 17, 2019
Our third and last panel before summer, Communicating Architecture: How to Tell a Compelling Story featured a panel of fellows practicing across the public and private sectors. Their work has been recognized for design excellence so we invited them to share their ideas on presentation techniques, connecting with clients, and winning new work.
Joann Gonchar of Architectural Record moderated the panel with astute questions on how the panelists approach commissions and how they handle project stakeholders after it’s been awarded. One of the key points was understanding the stakeholders and what format a proposal will be received; presenting in person is a very different proposition than submitting a written document with images. Strategies for presenting good design don’t end after a proposal, they are also used during later project phases so the panel also shared advocacy strategies used to defend project elements threatened by value engineering. Depending on the scale and client you might justify a design through performance values and hard facts. You might also appeal to a client by suggesting that a piece of the program is critical to the future life of a building. However, it’s important to be selective in which parts are worth defending—sometimes a client’s insistence on making a change to the design can be well founded. In all the answers the panelists frequently agreed that listening first then answering with honesty is the best policy when dealing with clients on any scale.
Similar to previous panels, the fellows shared the importance of loving what you do. No matter how successful a design strategy is on one project, it will probably be different on another, but architects should bring passion and experience to each one. The design process is supposed to evolve and it’s important to challenge yourself as part of the reward of working in architecture.
Joann Gonchar, FAIA, LEED AP, Senior Editor, Architectural Record
Andrew Bernheimer, FAIA, Principal, Bernheimer Architecture
Katherine Chia, FAIA, Principal, Desai Chia Architecture
Frank Greene, FAIA, Principal, Ricci Greene Architects
Frances Halsband, FAIA, Principal, Kliment Halsband Architects
May 31, 2019
The deadline for the TORCH One-to-One Mentorship application has been extended one week, the new submission date is Tuesday, June 11th.
ENYA would like to encourage you to apply for one-to-one mentorship. It’s a simple application and we are looking for emerging professionals interested in developing communication and leadership skills and expanding their professional networks to advance their careers.
Don’t hesitate, the extended deadline to submit applications is Tuesday, June 11 at midnight and can be downloaded from the top of our committee page or by clicking here.
May 20, 2019
ENYA are looking for volunteers to help in the construction of the City of Dreams Pavilion this week and next at Lighthouse Park on Roosevelt Island. This year’s winning team, Somewhere Studio, will be begin work this Tuesday, May 21 by staking the site and laying foundations. The rest of the week will see the assembly of the CLT panel modules. Don’t delay, please sign-up to volunteer here.
For more information more please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wed, 1/15/20, 5:30pm
Wed, 12/11/19, 6:30pm
Sat, 12/7/19, 11:00am
Wed, 12/4/19, 6:00pm
Sat, 11/23/19, 11:00am