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  • January 23, 2018
    Call for Entries: AIANY Interiors Committee Speed Presentations

    Speed Presentations was created by the AIANY Interiors Committee to showcase New York-based architects who are designing outstanding interior spaces. The format of the event—10 architects presenting in quick-fire six-minute intervals—allows us to explore a wide range of projects in a short time frame.

    The theme of this edition, “Wellness,” calls for projects that make significant contributions to the human state, the health of our communities and encourage users to engage in more productive lifestyles. Projects may be of any type or scale, may be public or private, and should be predominantly about the design of interior spaces. Examples include, but are not limited to, retail spaces, places of work, living spaces, gyms, hospitals and community centers.

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  • July 31, 2017
    2017 Committee Events

    All events will be held at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, unless otherwise indicated.

    Tuesday January 10 2017, 6-8pm: Annual Winter Party. Join the AIANY Interiors and AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) for one more holiday celebration at the Shaw Contract showroom overlooking Union Square. 853 Broadway.

    Tuesday March 7, 6-7.30pm: Pierre Chareau Exhibition Tour and Talk. Join Claudia Nahson (the Jewish Museum) and Alex Knezo (DS+R) and the Interiors Committee for a private tour of the Jewish Museum’s Pierre Chareau exhibition. Ticket details.

    Wednesday March 22, 6-8pm: Annual AIANY Interiors Speed Presentations Edition 8. A showcase of 10 of the best interiors presented by New York Architects and designers. Hosted at Steelcase, 4 Columbus Circle. Call for entries are now CLOSED.

    Wednesday May 17, 6-8pm: Private Tour of New York City Hall. Led by Richard Southwick, FAIA, Partner and Director of Preservation, Beyer Blinder Belle, attendees will see and learn how preservation design principles influences upgrading historical structures for today’s needs.

    Thursday May 18, 6-8pm: Annual Oberfield Lecture. This year, the Oberfield lecture will be presented by Kimberly Sheppard, FAIA and Michael Gabellini, FAIA of Gabellini Sheppard. The annual Oberfield lecture was founded as a memorial to Gil Oberfiled, AIA former member and chair of the Interiors Committee. The lecture brings to the podium speakers whose work excels in the field of Interior Architecture.

    Monday, May 22 6-8pm: Tour of Congregation Beit Simchat (CBST). Join Stephen Cassell, AIA of ARO and Aari Ludvigsen of CBST on a private tour of home to the world’s largest LGBTQ Jewish congregation. Learn how the design of the synagogue embodies CBST’s core values through an architecture of accessiblity, transparency and warmth. Held at CBST, 130 W 30th Street, New York, NY.

    Tuesday June 13 through Monday July 3: 2017 Residential Review. A showcase of New York based architects who are desiging outstanding residential spaces. The showcase, consisting of large format posters, will be on display within a large street frontage in Chelsea, NY. Held at GD Cucine, 227 W 17th St, NYC. Call for entries are now OPEN. Submissions are due Friday, May 5, 2017.

    Tuesday August 8, 2017: Private Tour: Lumen by Jenny Sabin Studio at MoMA PS1. This year’s Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1’s Young Architect’s Program (YAP) temporary outdoor installation at MoMA PS1 is by Jenny Sabin that is an immersive design that evolves over the courseofa day, providing a cooling respite fromthemidday sun and a responsive glowing light after dawn. The tour will be led by both Jenny Sabin of Jenny Sabin Studio and Sean Anderson of MoMA. Held at MoMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY.

    August 2017: Annual Hamptons Tour. (Details to be confirmed.)

  • April 1, 2017
    Call for Entries

    Call for Entries for the 2017 Residential Review are now open. Submissions are due Friday, May 5, 2017.

    Call for Entries for Speed Presentations Edition 8 are closed.

    Please check this page again soon for information relating to our annual Residential Review.


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