Chapter News | 3/6/13

Caroline Rob Zaleski’s stunningly illustrated Long Island Modernism 1930-1980 chronicles the Modern masterpieces on Long Island by 25 architects and architectural...

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Chapter News | 3/6/13

To celebrate Grand Central Terminal's centennial, on 02.13.13, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed John Belle (FAIA, RIBA, and Hon. PhD) on his book...

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Chapter News | 3/6/13

The third edition of Cocktails & Conversation series paired the newly-minted AIA Fellow Claire Weisz, a founding principal of WXY Architecture + Urban Design with...

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Chapter News | 3/6/13

As a part of the continuing efforts in the post-Sandy recovery assessment and training, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction (DfRR) Committee members Illya Azaroff,...

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Chapter News | 2/20/13

With a nod to the late Mayor Ed Koch's reality-checking tagline, on 02.13.13 the AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee (DfRR) assembled local and national...

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Chapter News | 2/20/13

As an author, critic, and curator, London-based Lucy Bullivant, Hon. FRIBA, makes no small plans. So it was no surprise when she told the audience at the Center for...

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Chapter News | 2/20/13

Popular culture has grown increasingly more defined by names with celebrity status and punctuated in the media and the arts by gratuitous repetition. There is, however,...

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Chapter News | 2/6/13

As architects confront the new economic, environmental, and political realities of the 21st century, the essential practice of building design is called into question....

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Chapter News | 2/6/13

The contribution of school facilities to the quality of education is difficult to determine, not only because so many other variables affect a school's performance...

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Chapter News | 2/6/13

Gisue and Mojgan Hariri have collaborated for nearly all of their lives. Born in Iran, the two sisters officially founded their architectural practice, Hariri &...

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Chapter News | 2/6/13

David Baker enjoys rising to the challenge of revitalizing tough and gritty neighborhoods in decline. Many of his projects seize upon the potential in such situations,...

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Chapter News | 2/6/13

On 01.14.13, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Robert Geddes, FAIA, the longtime Princeton professor and author of FIT: An Architect's Manifesto,...

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Chapter News | 1/23/13

As the second program in this year’s 2013 presidential theme “Global City/Global Practice,” this discussion at the Center for Architecture focused its attention on...

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Chapter News | 1/23/13

Fifty members of the AIANY Interiors Committee immersed themselves in a Mid-century Modern ethos at Yale University's cultural meccas on Sunday, 01.13.13. A serious...

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Chapter News | 1/23/13

FIT: An Architect's Manifesto Robert Geddes, FAIA Princeton University Press, 2013 As 2012 drew to a close, conversations at the Center for Architecture were ever...

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Chapter News | 1/23/13

How do you design a cocktail based on architecture? For cultureNOW and AIANY Architecture Dialogue Committee’s second session of Cocktails & Conversations, Toby...

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Chapter News | 1/10/13

When disaster strikes, red tape can prevent progress. Sometimes professionals who would also like to volunteer are discouraged from helping when they are needed most,...

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Chapter News | 1/10/13

On 12.10.12, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, along with Rick Bell, FAIA, interviewed Erica Stoller and Nina Rappaport, the authors of Ezra Stoller,...

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Chapter News | 12/19/12

Daniel Fox Jill Lerner, FAIA, with Cesar Pelli, FAIA, in front of photographs by Chan Yiu Hung. Sam Lahoz Bill Pedersen, FAIA, speaking with Cesar Pelli,...

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Chapter News | 12/19/12

Christian Wassmann, Int’l Assoc. AIA, presents at Axor NYC. Eve Dilworth Rosen Fibonacci Spiral Christian Wassmann and threeASFOUR Documenta Christian Wassmann...

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