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Winter 2020: Accessibility and the City

A Publication of the AIA New York Chapter, Vol. 82, Number 1

Cover: The Robert W. Wilson Overlook, designed by WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism, is a new immersive landscape formed from a previously undeveloped 1.25-acre portion of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. It features an accessible design that allows visitors to wind slowly upward, taking in views of the garden’s Cherry Esplanade and surrounding areas. Photo: Michael Stewart/Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Table of Contents
News & Articles
Letter from the President
Charting NYC 2020
by Hayes Slade, AIA, and Kim Yao, AIA
Letter from the Editor
Accessible Design for All
by Jennifer Krichels, Winter Issue Guest Editor, editor@aiany.org
Contributors
Beyond the Center
On View: Design for Different Futures at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
At the Center
On view: Single-Story Project and Cairo Modern
In Print
Wright and New York: The Making of America’s Architect
by Stanley Stark, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Index to Advertisers
Winter 2020
Letter from the Executive Director
Access 2020
by Benjamin Prosky, Assoc. AIA
Features
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