Chapter News | 6/12/13

Denise Scott Brown, RIBA, Int. FRIBA, is a household name in the world of architecture. An architectural education that does not include Learning from Las Vegas, written...

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Chapter News | 6/12/13

“Tower E… it could certainly use a better name,” David Childs, FAIA, joked, referring to the new 61-story mixed-use building Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill (SOM)...

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Chapter News | 6/12/13

The Emerging New York Architects Committee’s (ENYA) annual Got License? event brought representatives from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards...

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Chapter News | 6/12/13

Ever peeking through the curtain wall of the Denver Convention Center, its 42-foot-tall blue bear designed by Lawrence Argent will soon see the best of New York, since...

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Chapter News | 6/12/13

Thought leader and lifelong contributor to the business interests and intersections of architects and their practices, Rena M. Klein, FAIA, gave a talk called “Small...

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Chapter News | 5/30/13

William Pedersen, FAIA, FAAR, has always been interested in the tall office building. For the second presentation in the lecture series related to "Design(in) the Heart...

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Chapter News | 5/30/13

Steve Whitehorn loves architects. He said as much to the audience during his presentation “Business Performance: Building Stability in the New Norm,” the fifth event...

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Chapter News | 5/30/13

For more than a year, the AIANY Design for Aging Committee has been exploring how to design suitable housing that will allow our aging population to continue to live...

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Chapter News | 5/30/13

“It’s about chemistry,” said Kirsten Sibilia, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, principal and chief marketing officer at Dattner Architects, at the second annual “Speed...

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Chapter News | 5/30/13

This month’s Cocktails and Conversations at the Center for Architecture was a tête-à-tête between Brad Cloepfil, AIA, principal of Allied Works Architecture, and...

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Chapter News | 5/15/13

It's unlikely to be an accident that the first photo in the AIANY's new A Platform for the Future of the City shows the planned Hudson Yards district – not, say,...

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Chapter News | 5/15/13

Cross-disciplinary. Streamlined. Flexible. These are the principles New York architects hope to see in the city’s future, as evidenced by the major themes presented at...

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Chapter News | 5/15/13

On 05.02.13, the AIANY Global Dialogues Committee hosted "Viral Voices: Global Discussions," organized by Jeff Kenoff, AIA, and Bruce Fisher, AIA – the committee's...

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Chapter News | 5/15/13

Elizabeth Diller explained, “We had to make a book about this project – there are a million stories – some of them unutterable.” It was a journey she said was...

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Chapter News | 5/15/13

On 04.08.13, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Alex Garvin, Hon. AIANY, about his latest book “The Planning Game: Lessons from Great Cities,”...

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Chapter News | 5/1/13

New York University's expansion on a global scale, with major portal sites NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai as well as here (officially “NYU in New York”), plus 10...

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Chapter News | 5/1/13

The relationship between architect and project manager can be fraught with complexity; many anecdotes suggest that projects run smoothly when both are in place, while...

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Chapter News | 5/1/13

Presented as part of “Woolworth Week,” a celebration of the Woolworth Building's centennial, on 04.22.13 author Gail Fenske examined how architect Cass Gilbert and...

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Chapter News | 5/1/13

Toby Cecchini continued his investigation of the relationship between alcohol and architecture at the fourth Cocktails and Conversation event with a trick of the senses....

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Chapter News | 4/18/13

Before there were “the Hamptons,” there was “the Rockaways.” Positioned between the Atlantic Ocean and Jamaica Bay, people flocked to the Rockaways to escape the...

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