Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 12/17/14

Ebola is the most recent form of one of civilization's deepest fears. From Daniel Defoe's Journal of the Plague Year and Poe's Masque of the Red Death, through recent...

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Chapter News | 12/17/14

New schools are often touted as being built for the communities in which they are built; however, many merely provide seats for increasing populations. Two recent...

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Chapter News | 12/17/14

On 11.19.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed David Fishman, Associate at Robert A.M. Stern Architects and co-author of Paradise Planned: The...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

We are pleased to share the recent presentation made by Alan Mallach on the occasion of the Samuel Ratensky Memorial Lecture. The annual Ratensky Lecture, organized by...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

Leadership was the theme of the night, as 13 deans from architecture schools around the New York area gathered for the 10th annual Deans’ Roundtable. Lance Jay Brown,...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

As AIANY Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA, cited in his introduction during the 11.10.14 Oculus Book Talk at the Center for Architecture, for the casual reader there...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

Airports built during the rise of commercial flying reflect the vast frontier the new technology created. Neo-futuristic designs, such as JFK International’s Eero...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

From redefining and defending borders to establishing a national image and politics, the former countries of the USSR are negotiating their independence as nations in...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

Searching for what defines “milieu” and “identity,” the program “Fondue Pot Stickers: Divergent Voices” tackled a number of academic and philosophical issues...

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Chapter News | 11/12/14

Where could we use better public transportation? Swaths of the Bronx and Queens are underserved, particularly in Hunts Point, Soundview, Spuyten-Duyvil, and all of...

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Chapter News | 11/12/14

In an interesting collaboration between two committees at opposite ends of the spectrum, the AIANY Interiors and Planning & Urban Design Committees, came a panel on...

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Chapter News | 11/12/14

The panel of practicing architects and landscape architects discussed the transition from former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's to Mayor Bill de Blasio's current...

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Chapter News | 11/12/14

On 10.06.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Martistella Casciato and Tom Avermaete, co-authors of Casablanca Chandigarh: A Report on...

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Chapter News | 10/29/14

On 10.23.14, more than 1,100 members of New York City’s design community gathered at Chelsea Piers’ Pier Sixty for the AIANY Heritage Ball, our largest fundraising...

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Chapter News | 10/29/14

Having completed a number of museums, most recently in Denver, Brad Cloepfil, AIA, of Allied Works Architecture, delivered this year's annual Arthur M. Rosenblatt...

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Chapter News | 10/29/14

The Big Apple always has a couple worms, such as stalled trains on your way to work, meetings, and architectural tours, and Archtober has offered many. But then, you get...

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Chapter News | 10/29/14

On 09.03.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Susan S. Szenasy, Hon. AIANY, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Metropolis magazine and author...

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Chapter News | 10/15/14

New York would seem to be the ideal place for young, energetic architects to establish a practice. As a world capital of design, there is no shortage of development here...

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Chapter News | 10/15/14

Times Square is mutating steadily, and its relation to the rest of the city is changing as well. Despite its central location, it has never really been the heart of the...

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Chapter News | 10/15/14

In 2010 the New York City population over the age of 65 was just shy of one million, three million if one includes those over 45 years old. Forecasts predict that the...

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