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Chapter News | 7/1/15

“The whole world is looking at Medellin,” notes NJIT College of Architecture and Design Dean Urs Gauchat. Given the laudatory articles hyping the “Medellin...

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Chapter News | 7/1/15

Making culture accessible has become the mission of arts organizations in the 21st century. Two luminaries of the New York City museum scene discussed progress,...

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Chapter News | 7/1/15

On 06.15.15, the AIANY Professional Practice Committee concluded its Spring 2015 Transforming Architectural Practice (TAP) series with a “People’s Choice” session....

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Chapter News | 7/1/15

Spanish architecture has been increasingly on the radar, with a growing number of competition winners and an increased presence in social media and portfolio websites....

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Chapter News | 6/17/15

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 | 6/3/15

Health Keynote: Unhealthy Spaces, How they Got that Way, and Who Gains When They Improve By Bill Millard A moment of silence for victims of police shootings (including...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

Panel: Designing for Health in Affordable Housing By Bill Millard Some observations at this session (links between subpar housing and poor health, risks affecting the...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

On 05.04.15, Mike Lydon, principal of The Street Plans Collaborative, spoke about Tactical Urbanism: Short Term Action for Long Term Change, co-authored with his partner...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

On 05.04.15, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Mike Lydon, principal of The Street Plans Collaborative and co-author of Tactical Urbanism,...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

For the 2015 Oberfield Memorial Lecture, Joel Sanders, AIA, presented works exhibiting two overlapping themes: 1) the impact of audio-vision and digital technology on...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

A group of resilient design advocates gathered on 05.18.15 for a rare opportunity to dive into the research of Dr. Cynthia E. Rosenzweig, a leader in the field of...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

On Earth Day 2015 (04.22.15), the AIANY Historic Buildings and Design for Risk and Reconstruction (DfRR) Committees co-hosted "Historic Buildings and Districts at Risk,"...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

In recent years, many creative industries – most notably the music industry – have dealt with the ramifications of the ease of digital sharing as it relates to...

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Chapter News | 6/3/15

2015 Oculus Editorial Calendar The Oculus 2015 Editorial Calendar has been set. If you are an architect in practice or by training, or see yourself as an astute observer...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

New York City’s housing stock has failed to reflect not only the demand for housing, but also the city’s changing demographics. While nuclear families comprise 18%...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

British author and critic Justin McGuirk’s talk about his recent book, Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture, on 04.6.15 at the Center...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

On 04.06.15, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Justin McGuirk, author of Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture,...

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Chapter News | 5/13/15

New York City pioneered the integration of architecture and art. For some 30 years, the Percent for Art program, managed by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, has...

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Chapter News | 4/27/15

New York has more supportive housing than any other American city, but no one pretends the available stock of these residences – affordable housing with on-site...

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Chapter News | 4/27/15

Carol Shapiro, director of the Beverley Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF), opened the “Feminist Design Practices” panel at the Center for Architecture on...

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