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Design for Aging
A forum dedicated to increasing public awareness of the needs of the elderly in an urban environment, and to exploring issues which educate professionals to develop designs which accommodate those needs.
Committee on the Environment
Helps architects develop an expertise on sustainable design and building technology issues.
Social Science and Architecture
Seeks to map new ground for novel collaborations with practitioners and researchers in the social sciences.
Women in Architecture
Supports empowerment of women in the architecture profession through examples and achievements.
Transportation and Infrastructure
Focuses on planning, architectural design, technical, and policy issues related to transportation and infrastructure, including systems and civic facilities to accommodate marine, aviation, and land-based transit, as well as energy, water and waste distribution networks.
Custom Residential Architects Network
Provides content and networking opportunities for all architectural and interior design practices working on residential commissions in local communities.
Emerging New York Architects
Encourages membership, participation, and leadership in the AIANY Chapter among young architects (licensed 10 years or less) and emerging professionals in the fields of design and construction.
Building Science Committee
Building science is the study of how heat, water, and air move throughout a building, and the resulting impacts on energy use, indoor air quality, thermal comfort, durability, and resilience.


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