Location: NYC, 10.15-16.11
(L-R): Eero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal at JFK International Airport opened its doors (left); while visitors toured The Standard hotel, designed by Ennead Architects (right).
(L-R): Carl Yost; Bill Millard; Bill Millard; Bill Millard
(L-R): Firms gave tours of their offices and recent projects: Michael Syracuse with FXFOWLE discussed the design of the hyperbolic paraboloid Illumination Lawn; Syracuse and Andrew Berlinger of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners discussed the renovations of the Paul Milstein Pool and Terrace; Dattner Architects hosted tours of its new Midtown office.
(L-R): Courtesy of Brien McDaniel, FXFOWLE; Courtesy of Brien McDaniel, FXFOWLE; Kathy Kia; Carl Yost
(L-R): The AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee offered site tours of its recently launched competition, The Harlem Edge | Cultivating Connections (Pictured: Amanda Rivera, Assoc. AIA, and Javier Carcamo, AIA). The site is at the Marine Transfer Station at 135th Street. The AIANY Architectural Tourism Committee also gave tours of the NYU superblocks and SoHo, and new architecture on Washington Square, Cooper Square, Bond Street, and the New Bowery. Pictured are groups on Bond Street.
(L-R): Joseph Broda; Jessica Sheridan; Santiago Rivera; Santiago Rivera
Buildings also opened their doors to the public including (l-r): the Austrian Cultural Center, by Raimund Abraham; Sperone Westwater Gallery, by Foster+Partners; C.I.T. Lobby, by James Turrell; P.S. 90 by Curtis+Ginsberg Architects; and the Harlem Stage Gatehouse, by Ohlhausen DuBois Architects with WASA/Studio A and Harvey Marshall Berling Associates.
(L-R): Carl Yost; Carl Yost; Lisa Delgado; Jessica Sheridan; Jessica Sheridan
CFDA Fashion Incubator, by Kliment Halsband Architects (left); Wunderwurks Design Studio New York.
(L-R): Kathy Kia; Kathy Kia; Lisa Delgado; Lisa Delgado