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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 6/28/17

On 06.07.17, the AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE) brought the conversation around New York City’s 80x50 initiative back to the Center for Architecture. The...

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Chapter News | 6/28/17

On 06.16.17, the Center for Architecture gathered two of the industry’s beloved veterans and a good-sized crowd for another installment of “Cocktails and...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 6/21/17

On 06.08.17, the Center for Architecture continued the environmental momentum from the previous night’s lecture with a panel discussion on the effects of climate...

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Chapter News | 5/31/17

Master minimalist Michael Gabellini, FAIA, delivered the 2017 Gil Oberfield Lecture at the Center for Architecture on 5.18.17, sharing anecdotes and philosophical...

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Chapter News | 5/17/17

When social science research is characterized as the antidote to contemporary life’s afflictions, architects are justifiably wary. The practitioners who shared their...

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Civic Leadership Program, Policy and Advocacy | 5/4/17

AIA New York has launched a new initiative to cultivate and train the next generation of civic leaders in our profession. Conceived by the AIANY Emerging New York...

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Chapter News | 5/4/17

On 04.21.17, the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter (AIANY) brought together over 600 members of the architecture community to celebrate design...

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Chapter News | 4/21/17

The Arab City: Architecture and Representation, edited by Amale Andraos and Nora Akawi, is comprised of 26 essays discussing not just the state of Arab architecture but...

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Chapter News | 4/21/17

On 12.14.16, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Greg Golden and Sam Lubell, authors of Never Built New York, reviewed by Annie Coggan for our...

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Chapter News | 4/5/17

On 03.29.17, the conversation surrounding the future of public housing returned to the Center for Architecture. Housing by Los Angeles-based architect Michael Maltzan,...

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Chapter News | 4/5/17

On 03.24.17, two of the biggest names in architecture stopped by the Center for Architecture for a lively evening of illumination and calls to action. Once the crowd of...

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Chapter News | 4/5/17

On 03.28.17, AIA New York presented a proclamation to Malcolm McLaren and McLaren Engineering in celebration of the firm's 40th anniversary. ...

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Chapter News | 3/22/17

On 02.22.17 at the Center for Architecture, the AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee held the first event in a series, titled Hesitations and Constraints,...

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Chapter News | 3/9/17

On Monday, 03.06.17, at the Center for Architecture, the Jury of the 2017 AIANY Design Awards named Honor and Merit winners spanning the categories of Architecture,...

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Chapter News | 3/9/17

On 02.23.17, AIANY’s Global Dialogues Committee brought the roiling debate around refugees to the Center for Architecture for a night of hard truths and small glimmers...

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Chapter News | 3/9/17

Dr. Sharon Egrette Sutton’s recent book, When Ivory Towers Were Black, is a three-pronged exploration of the cultural, educational, and personal events surrounding the...

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Chapter News | 2/24/17

Every year since the program’s inception, the AIANY Design Awards have celebrated outstanding architectural design by AIANY members and New York-based architects, as...

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Chapter News | 2/9/17

The Center for Architecture and AIANY are pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 Stewardson Keefe LeBrun Travel Grant is Tya Winn, NOMA, LEED GA, SEED. The LeBrun is...

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Chapter News | 2/7/17

On 01.09.17, the Center for Architecture hosted its first Oculus Book Talk of the year, featuring Paul Lewis, AIA; Marc Tsurumaki, AIA; and David J. Lewis, AIA,...

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Chapter News | 1/26/17

Do you know an AIA architect who has made significant and measurable achievements in design, preservation, education, literature, or service? Election to fellowship...

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