Chapter News | 5/13/15

New York City’s housing stock has failed to reflect not only the demand for housing, but also the city’s changing demographics. While nuclear families comprise 18%...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

British author and critic Justin McGuirk’s talk about his recent book, Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture, on 04.6.15 at the Center...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

On 04.06.15, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Justin McGuirk, author of Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture,...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

New York City pioneered the integration of architecture and art. For some 30 years, the Percent for Art program, managed by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, has...

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Chapter News | 4/27/15

New York has more supportive housing than any other American city, but no one pretends the available stock of these residences – affordable housing with on-site...

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Chapter News | 4/27/15

Carol Shapiro, director of the Beverley Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF), opened the “Feminist Design Practices” panel at the Center for Architecture on...

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Chapter News | 4/27/15

On 04.13.15, the Transforming Architectural Practice program hosted Christine Filip, president of Business Development Partners, to discuss how to attract and sustain...

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Chapter News | 4/8/15

"New Modes of Profit" brought together four practitioners who have diversified their architectural business practices to reap more rewards, or was it risk? In the third...

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Chapter News | 4/8/15

A developer, an architect, an urban planner, and a professor of urban planning were rounded up by architect Diane Lewis on 03.18.15 for a mash-up of diverse takes on...

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Chapter News | 4/8/15

On 12.09.15, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed artist Dan Graham and architect Jessica Russell, authors of Architecture/Astrology, published by...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 3/25/15

Howard Roark died. A long time ago, some would add, perhaps even at birth; as professional icons go, the architect-as-solitary-aesthetic-hero character strikes many...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 3/25/15

Howard Roark died. A long time ago, some would add, perhaps even at birth; as professional icons go, the architect-as-solitary-aesthetic-hero character strikes many...

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Chapter News | 3/25/15

It was a coincidental night – the first day of spring, five inches of snow, the 100th anniversary of Lina Bo Bardi's birth, and, to the day, the 23rd anniversary of...

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Chapter News | 3/25/15

On 03.16.15 the Center for Architecture hosted Keller Easterling, a professor at the Yale School of Architecture, to discuss her latest book, Extrastatecraft: The Power...

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Chapter News | 3/25/15

With disasters increasingly probable, would your office be in a position to work? What problems would you and your people – as a business and as individuals –...

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Chapter News | 3/25/15

If you own a MacBook (or even if you don’t), perhaps you recall Apple’s campaign claiming it was the “world’s greenest notebook.” Beyond the exciting tagline,...

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Chapter News | 3/25/15

The Center for Architecture and AIA New York Chapter are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Arnold W. Brunner Grant. The Brunner Grant is awarded annually to an...

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Chapter News | 3/11/15

The diversity among the winning projects of the 2015 AIANY Design Awards, announced Monday 03.09.15, represent what AIANY 2015 President Tomas Rossant, AIA, aptly...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 3/11/15

Under its Vision Zero plan, New York City aims to eliminate all traffic fatalities using urban design tactics to improve pedestrian safety. On 03.02.15, the...

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Chapter News | 3/11/15

On 12.28.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove, a board-certified psychiatrist, Professor of Clinical Studies of...

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