October 13, 2010
by: Emily Nemens
10.06.10: “Innovate:Integrate — Building Better Together” opened with the unveiling of an exhibition that includes the “Liquid Wall,” the winner of AIANY’s Call for Innovate Curtain Wall Design.

liquid wall

Passerby on LaGuardia Place check out the Liquid Wall.

Sam Lahoz


NYC Department of Design + Construction Commissioner David Burney, FAIA, with AIANY President-elect Margaret Castillo, AIA, LEED AP, and AIANY President Anthony Schirripa, FAIA, IIDA.

Kristen Richards


AIANY President Anthony Schirripa, FAIA, IIDA, and Frank Sciame, CEO of FJ Sciame Construction Company. Sciame Construction donated construction services to install the Liquid Wall in the Center for Architecture.

Sam Lahoz

10.02-10.10: Architecture Week 2010 was full of conversations about the future of design, from trends in architectural education to the outlook for health care facilities and how to make more sustainable cities.


Thirteen deans participated in this year’s Deans’ Roundtable. (L-R) Moderator Ian Harris; George Ranalli, AIA, City College of New York; Mark Wigley, Columbia University; Anthony Vidler, Assoc. AIA, Cooper Union; Urs Gauchat, Hon. AIA, New Jersey Institute of Technology; Judith DiMaio, AIA, New York Institute of Technology; William Morrish, Parsons The New School for Design; Thomas Hanrahan, Pratt Institute; Stan Allen, AIA, Princeton University; Evan Douglis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Mark Robbins, Syracuse University; Brian Carter, SUNY at Buffalo; Marilyn Jordan Taylor, FAIA, University of Pennsylvania; and Mark Foster Gage, AIA, Yale University (Assistant Dean).

Emily Nemens


AIANY President-elect Margaret Castillo, AIA, LEED AP, speaks at “Better City / Better Life: Healthy and Sustainable Urbanization,” as David Bragdon the new director of the Mayor’s Office for Long Term Planning & Sustainability, listens. The conference was held at the UN on 10.04.10.

Rick Bell, FAIA


Heritage Ball Honoree Vicki Match Suna, AIA, leads a discussion with Joan Saba, AIA, NBBJ, and Duncan Hazard, AIA, Ennead Architects, who are working on projects at NYU’s Langone Medical Center.

Sam Lahoz


Architects with the 200 West Street Project Team discussed the $2 billion building on 10.05.10. (L-R) Timur Galen, Goldman Sachs; Jay Berman, AIA, Pei Cobb Freed; Scott Cohen, Preston Scott Cohen; Monica Ponce de Leon, Intl. Assoc. AIA, Office dA; Chris Sharples, AIA, SHoP; Maddy Burke-Vigeland, AIA, Gensler; Stephen Apking, FAIA, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; and Moderator Dino Fusco, Goldman Sachs.

Sam Lahoz

MADE IN NEW YORK, on view at the West 4th Street subway station, is on view for the month of October.


Moorhead & Moorhead’s Robert and Granger brought their children, Jasper and Amelia, to see the show. The firm’s “Ice Heart,” which was built in Times Square last Valentine’s Day, is featured in the MADE IN NEW YORK exhibition.

Sam Lahoz


AIANY Vice President for Public Outreach Abby Suckle, FAIA, at the subway exhibition.

Sam Lahoz


Rumors, a design studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, designed the subway exhibition and a commemorative tote bag. MADE IN NEW YORK participants can buy a tote for $5; the bag is $10 for the public. Rumors also designed a related exhibition that will be on view at the Zodchestvo 2010 Architectural Festival of the Union of Architects of Russia. It opens tomorrow and runs through Sunday. (L-R): Renda Morton, Rumors; Center for Architecture Exhibition Director Rosamond Fletcher, and Andy Pressman, Rumors.

Sam Lahoz

10.09.10: openhousenewyork weekend included tour of High Bridge, led by the Emerging New York Architects Committee.


(L-R): ENYA HB:BX competition organizers and OHNY tour guides Najahyia Chinchilla, Gabriela Benincasa, and Brynnemarie Lanciotti, Assoc. AIA.

Courtesy ENYA

09.23.10: A celebration was held at the Center for Architecture for the 10th anniversary of the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship.


2007-2010 Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows (l-r): Carey Clouse, AIA, Providence Community Housing, New Orleans, LA; Jessy Olson, Farmworker Housing Development Corporation, Oregon; Esther Yang, Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation, Bronx, NY; and Ophelia Wilkins, Assoc. AIA, Colorado Housing Inc, Pagosa Springs, CO.

Harry Connolly


A decade of Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows with Jonathan Rose.

Harry Connolly


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