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Chapter News | 3/25/15

The Center for Architecture and AIA New York Chapter are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Arnold W. Brunner Grant. The Brunner Grant is awarded annually to an...

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Chapter News | 3/11/15

The diversity among the winning projects of the 2015 AIANY Design Awards, announced Monday 03.09.15, represent what AIANY 2015 President Tomas Rossant, AIA, aptly...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 3/11/15

Under its Vision Zero plan, New York City aims to eliminate all traffic fatalities using urban design tactics to improve pedestrian safety. On 03.02.15, the...

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Chapter News | 3/11/15

On 12.28.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove, a board-certified psychiatrist, Professor of Clinical Studies of...

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Chapter News | 2/25/15

The Center for Architecture's 02.09.15 Oculus Book Talk celebrated a small and provocative book, Architecture/Astrology. Devised by artists Dan Graham and Mieko Meguro...

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Chapter News | 2/25/15

From transportation experts to engineers and architects, everyone was in attendance at this caucus held at the Center for Architecture to speak and learn about the...

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Chapter News | 2/25/15

Each city uniquely defines what “smart” means depending on its own characteristics. David Klingberg, CEO of David Lock Associates, presented six guiding aspects:...

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Chapter News | 2/11/15

The opening panel in the “Dialogues from the Edge of Practice” series, launched by 2015 AIANY President Tomas Rossant, AIA, considered an approach that's been on the...

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Chapter News | 2/11/15

“The water keeps reminding us that the water is actually changing,” remarked Lykke Leonardsen, head of Copenhagen’s Climate Unit. Waterfronts, once hosts to the...

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Chapter News | 2/11/15

If New Yorkers were surprised by the breadth of destruction Hurricane Sandy brought, climate scientists are generally in agreement that coastal natural disasters will...

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Chapter News | 2/11/15

Building on his previous presentations in the Transforming Architectural Practice (TAP) series, Campbell Hyers, CEO and co-founder of Control Group, returned to the...

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Chapter News | 2/11/15

In accordance with AIANY Chapter Bylaws, the Nominating Committee is responsible for filling vacancies on the Chapter’s Board of Directors and selecting new members...

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Chapter News | 1/29/15

Urban Alchemy: Restoring Joy in America’s Sorted-Out Cities is fundamentally a healthy book about urbanism, written by clinical psychiatrist Mindy Thompson Fullilove,...

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Chapter News | 1/29/15

The evening’s lecture, occasioned by the book release of What If…?: The Architecture and Design of David Rockwell, brought together stage director Jack O’Brien and...

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Chapter News | 1/29/15

Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning is a centerpiece of the De Blasio Administration’s ambitious affordable housing plan to build 80,000 new affordable housing units and to...

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Chapter News | 1/14/15

David Halle and Elizabeth Tiso’s newest endeavor, New York’s New Edge: Contemporary Art, the High Line, and Urban Megaprojects on the Far West Side, is a chronicle...

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Chapter News | 1/14/15

On 12.28.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed David Halle and Elisabeth Tiso, co-authors of New York’s New Edge: Contemporary Art, the High...

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Chapter News | 1/14/15

The Center for Architecture and AIANY are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Stewardson Keefe LeBrun Travel Grant. The purpose of the grant is to further the...

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Chapter News | 12/17/14

As he passed the presidential gavel to 2015 President Tomas Rossant, AIA, at the 2015 AIANY Inaugural, 2014 President Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, reviewed the accomplishments...

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Chapter News | 12/17/14

The continually skyrocketing cost of real estate affects every sector of New York City, but harms small businesses and low-income renters in particular.  Wages have not...

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Chapter News, Policy and Advocacy | 12/17/14

Ebola is the most recent form of one of civilization's deepest fears. From Daniel Defoe's Journal of the Plague Year and Poe's Masque of the Red Death, through recent...

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Chapter News | 12/17/14

New schools are often touted as being built for the communities in which they are built; however, many merely provide seats for increasing populations. Two recent...

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Chapter News | 12/17/14

On 11.19.14, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed David Fishman, Associate at Robert A.M. Stern Architects and co-author of Paradise Planned: The...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

We are pleased to share the recent presentation made by Alan Mallach on the occasion of the Samuel Ratensky Memorial Lecture. The annual Ratensky Lecture, organized by...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

Leadership was the theme of the night, as 13 deans from architecture schools around the New York area gathered for the 10th annual Deans’ Roundtable. Lance Jay Brown,...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

As AIANY Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA, cited in his introduction during the 11.10.14 Oculus Book Talk at the Center for Architecture, for the casual reader there...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

Airports built during the rise of commercial flying reflect the vast frontier the new technology created. Neo-futuristic designs, such as JFK International’s Eero...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

From redefining and defending borders to establishing a national image and politics, the former countries of the USSR are negotiating their independence as nations in...

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Chapter News | 12/3/14

Searching for what defines “milieu” and “identity,” the program “Fondue Pot Stickers: Divergent Voices” tackled a number of academic and philosophical issues...

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Chapter News | 11/12/14

Where could we use better public transportation? Swaths of the Bronx and Queens are underserved, particularly in Hunts Point, Soundview, Spuyten-Duyvil, and all of...

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