Chapter News | 4/2/14

Some came to hear about the future, some came to complain about the past, everyone was excited to listen as Campbell Hyers, CEO of Control Group, presented a range of...

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Chapter News | 4/2/14

New York has always been a city that celebrates its waterfront. But, in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, New Yorkers, particularly those who reside along the city’s 520...

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Chapter News | 4/2/14

Position your brand in front of the nation's largest AIA chapter by advertising in AIANY’s Oculus magazine. Expand your reach with AIANY members who represent one in...

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Chapter News | 3/19/14

Mid-way through Jean-Louis Cohen’s lecture at the Center for Architecture regarding his most recent book Architecture in Uniform, he dropped his notes. With a gallant...

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Chapter News | 3/19/14

On 02.05.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Jan Gehl, founder of Gehl Architects, and Birgitte Svarre, project manager at Gehl Architects,...

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Chapter News | 3/19/14

The road to hell is paved with good intentions, so the old saying goes. We toil for hours designing a building's aesthetics, function, and efficiency – often through...

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Chapter News | 3/19/14

Vassar College is taking steps to upgrade two well-worn, classically academic buildings. They’ll be complemented by a soaring new science center that will host...

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Chapter News | 3/5/14

On 03.03.14, four juries comprised of 12 renowned architects, educators, critics, and planners convened at the Center for Architecture to select the winners of the AIANY...

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Chapter News, In the News | 3/5/14

“What do Carnegie Hall, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Grand Central Station, Grant’s Tomb and the Bronx Zoo’s Elephant House have in common?” At first,...

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Chapter News | 3/5/14

On 02.26.14, a packed Tafel Hall was the setting for “After Sandy: Recovery and Resiliency and NYC’s Hospitals,” which examined the impact of the storm on New York...

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Chapter News | 3/5/14

Mark Gardner, AIA, LEED AP, opened the "Invisible Histories: The Social Practice of Civic Engagement" program by introducing the concept of invisibility and civic...

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Chapter News | 2/19/14

With apologies to the creators of a jukebox musical currently on Broadway, Carole King isn't the only one feeling the earth move under her feet. While severe weather...

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Chapter News | 2/19/14

The Center for Architecture hosted authors Jan Gehl and Birgitte Svarre at the 02.05.14 Oculus Book Talk, co-sponsored by the AIANY Planning & Urban Design...

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Chapter News | 2/19/14

On 01.13.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Alexandros Washburn, Assoc. AIA, former Chief Urban Designer of the NYC Department of City...

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Chapter News | 2/19/14

On 02.11.14, Zach Downey, RA, LEED AP BD+C, co-founder and partner at the NYC-based architectural technology firm Parabox, presented “Automation in Architecture,...

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Chapter News | 2/19/14

Visiting foreign countries has been an important part of education, whether study abroad means the Grand Tour, hitting the road on spring break, short-term foreign study...

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Chapter News | 2/5/14

On Monday, 01.27.14, the winners of the New Practices New York competition were announced at the Center for Architecture. Held since 2006, the biennial competition...

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Chapter News | 2/5/14

As a complement to the Center for Architecture’s “Booming Boroughs: Redesigning Aging-in-Place in NYC” exhibition, several experts presented ideas about designing...

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Chapter News | 2/5/14

Among many stories told at this lively celebration of the later work of Edgar Tafel, FAIA – a natural and engaging raconteur, he was also the subject of quite a few...

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Chapter News | 1/22/14

The all-time high number of 5,019 members of the AIA New York Chapter was announced today by Board Secretary Jane Smith, AIA, of Spacesmith. Building on a steady...

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