Chapter News | 5/18/22

AIA New York is proud to announce that the chapter has awarded $10,000 to help six aspiring BIPOC architects pay off their student loans through the recently...

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Chapter News | 5/4/22
10 people arranged in front of a step-and-repeat with AIA New York logos

On Thursday, April 28, after two years of virtual celebrations, AIA New York and its supporters returned to Cipriani Wall Street for the annual Honors and Awards...

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Chapter News | 5/3/22

AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for its Cultural Facilities Committee. The Cultural Facilities Committee is a forum for people interested in cultural...

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Chapter News | 4/20/22
Large crowd at an exhibition opening.

On Friday, April 1, the Center for Architecture hosted the fourth-annual Art by Architects exhibition, featuring 60 artworks by 40 New York City-based architects. The...

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Chapter News | 3/23/22

The AIANY Committee on the Environment and AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee are seeking new co-chairs. The AIANY Committee on the Environment's (COTE)...

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Chapter News | 3/9/22

As the war in Ukraine continues, architects and designers from New York and around the world have expressed their solidarity with the people of Ukraine. Several...

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Chapter News | 3/7/22
2022 0428 Honors And Awards Luncheon HAL

  After two years of virtual celebrations, AIA New York is returning to Cipriani Wall Street to celebrate the honorees of the 2022 Honors and Awards Luncheon....

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Chapter News | 2/23/22
AIANY Chapter BLACK RED WHITE

AIA New York is excited to announce the launch of the 2030 Fund, which provides student loan debt relief and additional support for aspiring BIPOC architects. The 2030...

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Chapter News | 2/9/22
Anne Xiangyu Chen and Arielle Siegel Lapp holding their award certificates at the award ceremony..

On January 27, the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee conferred the Women in Architecture (WIA) Recognition Award on two woman architects at a reception at the Fisher...

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Chapter News | 1/26/22
A photograph of a group of volunteers from Dattner Architects beginning to install a mural along the fence of the Services for the Underserved (S:US) urban garden during AIANY Day of Service.

While AIA New York’s tradition of organizing multiple service projects around NYC on a single day proved too challenging during the pandemic, NYC’s design community...

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Chapter News | 1/12/22

Do you know an AIA architect who has made significant and measurable achievements in design, preservation, education, literature, or service? AIA fellowship...

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Chapter News | 12/13/21
Photo of Ken Lewis passing a wooden gavel to Andrea Lamberti.

On Thursday, December 9, 2021, AIA New York welcomed its 2022 Board of Directors at the Board Inaugural. Executive Director Benjamin Prosky, Assoc. AIA, and Immediate...

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Civic Leadership Program | 12/13/21
A promotional image for Intent to Impact with a drawing depicting eight individuals sitting around a table.

As we experience shifts in practice and pedagogy, many within the design community are reevaluating our agency as designers, questioning our approaches to work, and...

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Civic Leadership Program | 12/1/21
Screen shot of participants for CLP's program on Zoom.

On November 4, the 2021 nycoba|NOMA & AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) presented their first public event of the year, “What’s Next for Basement Apartments...

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Chapter News | 11/10/21

Due to mandatory term limits on existing co-chair positions, and given and our goal to elevate new voices into leadership, AIA New York is openly seeking co-chair...

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Chapter News | 11/3/21
Rendering of the Mycelium Project's Corōlla prototype.

The Mycelium Project, an initiative between the AIANY Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN), Silman, Kansas State University, and the Glass House, has launched an...

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Chapter News | 10/27/21

AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for its Future of Practice Committee. AIANY’s program committees are the foundations from which the chapter positions...

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Chapter News | 10/27/21
Speakers of the 2021 J. Max Bond, Jr. Lecture: (l-r) Amanda Miller, AIA, NOMA; Peggy Peña, AIA, NOMA; Sanjive Vaidya; Shawn L. Rickenbacker; Brian D. Goldstein; Karen Phillips, FASLA; Steven M. Davis, FAIA.

The AIANY Diversity and Inclusion Committee, the New York Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (nycoba|NOMA) and the J. Max Bond Center for Urban...

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Civic Leadership Program | 10/12/21
Photo of CLP participants listening to a virtual presentation about NYC's parks system at a conference room at the Center for Architecture.

On Friday, October 1, Brooke Dexter, Assoc. AIA, and Rocket Osborne, NOMA, led the 2021 AIANY Civic Leadership Program’s fifth and final development session. Titled...

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Civic Leadership Program | 9/29/21
Photo of PS109, a project developed by Artspace.

On Friday, September 17, 2021, the 2021 class of the AIANY Civic Leadership Program (CLP) convened for their fourth remote development session, organized by Gwendolyn...

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