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Chapter News | 8/25/16

On 07.11.16, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Mario Gooden, AIA, principal at Huff + Gooden and Professor of Practice at Columbia University...

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Chapter News | 8/10/16

AIA New York State’s 2016 Design Conference registration is open! This year’s conference, taking place 09.29-10.01.16 in Saratoga, NY, promises informative and...

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Chapter News | 8/10/16

Thanks to all who joined us on 08.01.16 at Winged Foot Golf Club to support the Center for Architecture’s Fifth Annual Golf Classic! The day was a tremendous success,...

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Chapter News | 7/27/16

Mario Gooden, principal, Huff + Gooden Architects, introduced his recent collection of essays, Dark Space; Architecture, Representation, Black Identity, at the Center...

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Chapter News | 6/23/16

The AIANY Annual Meeting is a chance for members to come together and take care of business, voting on proposed bylaw amendments and confirming the following year’s...

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Chapter News | 6/23/16

The NYC Lobbying Bureau’s Amnesty Period ends on 06.30.16. Make sure your firm has all of the information it needs to properly comply with the updated Lobbying Law....

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Chapter News | 6/23/16

Although the new book chronicling the deep and important friendship between Alfred Barr and Philip Johnson is entitled Partners in Design: Alfred Barr and Philipp...

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Chapter News | 6/23/16

Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Kenneth Frampton, Assoc. AIA, Ware Professor of Architecture at Columbia GSAPP and author of A Genealogy of...

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Chapter News | 6/23/16

The AIANY Social Science & Architecture Committee was formed in January 2016 with the goal of bringing professionals and students of architecture and social science...

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Chapter News | 6/8/16

Please join us Tuesday, 06.21.16 at 6:00 PM as we elect our 2017 leadership, honor those who contribute to NYC's built environment, and celebrate the progress and...

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Chapter News | 6/8/16

In Geoff Manaugh’s A Burglar’s Guide to the City, we are introduced to a cavalcade of nefarious characters. Manaugh interviews burglars, ex-burglars, cops,...

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Chapter News | 6/8/16

The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up was a key figure at the Center for Architecture on 05.31.16. Throughout “Connecting Research and Age-Friendly Design,” panelists and...

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Chapter News | 5/26/16

On 4.20.16, the AIANY Social Science & Architecture Committee hosted a multidisciplinary event entitled “Exploring the Past, Defining the Future: The History of...

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Chapter News | 5/13/16

The AIA Convention is almost upon us! We look forward to seeing you all in Philadelphia from 05.19-21.16. The convention is one of the largest and most exciting annual...

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Chapter News | 5/13/16

Despina Stratigakos presented her provocatively titled volume Where are the Women Architects? on 04.19.16 at the Center for Architecture. Following her presentation,...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 5/13/16

Last November's the AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee’s (DfRR) symposium Extreme Heat: Hot Cities assembled experts from multiple specialties to...

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Chapter News | 5/13/16

Christopher Benninger “develops wonderful places to learn,” stated Dean of NJIT School of Architecture and Design, and moderator of the night, Urs Gauchat, Hon....

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Chapter News | 4/27/16

On 04.06.16, the AIANY Emerging New York Architects and Global Dialogues Committees hosted a panel discussion about the ways in which new forms of media are forcing the...

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Chapter News | 4/27/16

On 03.28.16, Nina Rappaport, publications director at Yale School of Architecture, introduced us to her book and life’s work, Vertical Urban Factory. After her...

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Chapter News | 4/6/16

The Dutch, said Fernando Villa, AIA, of the AIANY Housing Committee in introducing MVRDV's Jacob van Rijs, have been innovating in our city since the 17th century, when...

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