Chapter News | 12/18/13

Asia’s urban centers are global metropolises and construction continues full speed ahead. One need only look at two photos of Shanghai, one from the 1980s and one from...

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Chapter News | 12/18/13

There are many big-name performers and fast-paced sporting events that take place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, the multi-purpose arena at the intersection of Flatbush...

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Chapter News | 12/4/13

Where is the most expensive office rent in the world in 2013? Unexpectedly, Luanda, Angola, due to extreme economic growth and lack of Class A office space to serve...

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Chapter News | 12/4/13

Carlton Brown is a man of big ideas and grand ideals. Honored last week at the Ratensky Lecture at the Center for Architecture, Brown talked about how his upbringing in...

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Chapter News | 12/4/13

The Solar Decathlon, an annual design competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, challenges academic institutions to design and build cost-effective,...

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Chapter News | 12/4/13

“A Tale of Two Futures: The Living Building Challenge” was explored through the Willow School in Bedminster, NJ, designed by Michael Farewell, FAIA, LEED AP,...

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Chapter News | 12/4/13

On 10.28.13, Michel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Phyllis Lambert, Hon, FAIA, founding director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal...

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Chapter News | 12/4/13

If you are not currently an AIA member there are many great reasons to join, and particularly to be part of the AIA New York Chapter. With a growing number of programs...

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Chapter News | 11/20/13

Discussing competitions and new models for disseminating architectural ideas, the “(P) RE:Think | Competitive Ideas” panel discerned little about the future. When...

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Chapter News | 11/20/13

Roughly a year after New York endured Superstorm Sandy, with current headlines showing the devastation caused by a massive typhoon that wracked the Philippines, the...

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Chapter News | 11/20/13

On 11.13.13, the Center for Architecture’s Tafel Hall was packed with notebook-wielding architects and architecture-appreciating professionals. The word...

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Chapter News | 11/20/13

“Then I started thinking, I’m taking down what some poor guy broke his back 50 years ago to put up. Going home to his kids at night telling them their daddy was...

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Chapter News | 11/20/13

On 09.09.13, Michel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed David Halle and Andrew Beveridge, co-editors of New York and Los Angeles: The Uncertain Future,...

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Chapter News, In the News | 11/6/13

We spent the entire month of Archtober celebrating architecture and design, but there is one special night of the year when architecture truly takes center stage:...

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Chapter News | 11/6/13

“An elegant building, an elegant book, an elegant writer,” is really all anyone needs to say about the newly published Building Seagram by Phyllis Lambert, Hon....

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Chapter News | 11/6/13

There were essentially two threads UNStudio Principal Ben van Berkel weaved through his presentation for the Arthur M. Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture. The first was a...

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Chapter News | 11/6/13

Deborah Berke, FAIA, is a preeminent member of the architecture industry as well as an extraordinary academic. On 11.01.13, Berke joined the AIANY Women in Architecture...

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Chapter News | 11/6/13

Queuing up at Pershing Square amidst the swarm of neon-clad NY Road Runners Dash to the Finish Line runners, a conspicuously darkly-attired group waited in the crisp...

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Chapter News | 10/23/13

Nearing the first anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, the AIA New York Chapter, Architecture for Humanity, and Cooper Union organized a symposium to report on and measure...

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Chapter News | 10/23/13

The audience was young and old, but all interested in the myriad of ways that we can improve the ability of seniors living in NYC to age in-place. “Age-Friendly...

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