In the News | 2/22/11

02.23.11: This issue celebrates the opening of the "Jugaad Urbanism: Resourceful Strategies for Indian Cities" exhibition at the Center for Architecture. Be sure to read...

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In the News | 2/22/11

In this issue: · BIG Introduces New Residential Typology to Manhattan’s Skyline · Interboro Partners to Create Holding Pattern at MoMA P.S.1 ·...

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In the News | 2/22/11

A new website, Designers & Books, is devoted to publishing lists of books recommended by "esteemed members of the design community." Contributors include architects...

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In the News | 2/22/11

Ernest W. Hutton, Jr., FAICP, Assoc. AIA, was awarded an AIA Associates Award... The 2011 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence committee has selected five finalists,...

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In the News | 2/22/11

2011 OCULUS Editorial Calendar If you are an architect by training or see yourself as an astute observer of New York's architectural and planning scene, note that OCULUS...

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In the News | 2/22/11

02.10.11: "The Juggad Urbanism: Resourceful Strategies for India Cities" exhibition opened at the Center for Architecture. Set in the uneven urban landscapes of Delhi,...

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Chapter News, In the News | 2/8/11

02.09.11: This issue features a number of articles about the Grassroots conference. Be sure to read Kate Rube's article on Fit Nation; Jay Bond's article about AIANY...

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In the News | 2/8/11

In this issue: · Queens Library Books Steven Holl Architects · Installation to reOrder the Brooklyn Museum's Great Hall · Restoration Completed for...

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In the News | 2/8/11

As Verizon is poised to deliver iPhones to its customers this week, I have been researching what my potential new phone will do for me in business, in the field, and all...

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In the News | 2/8/11

The 2011 Jury of Fellows from the AIA elevated 104 members to the College of Fellows, including NYC-based Stanley T. Allen, FAIA; Audrey A. Matlock, FAIA; Henry...

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In the News | 2/8/11

2011 OCULUS Editorial Calendar If you are an architect by training or see yourself as an astute observer of New York's architectural and planning scene, note that OCULUS...

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In the News | 2/8/11

02.02.11: AIANY and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, with the NYC Department of Planning, the NYC Department of Design and Construction, and the AIA...

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In the News | 1/25/11

In this issue: · Carnegie Hall Adds Music to its Upper Floors · Hold Your Heart High in Times Square · Fordham's Manhattan Campus to Double Law...

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In the News | 1/25/11

Since 2002, the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon has challenged 20 teams of international college students biennially to design solar-powered houses. These...

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In the News | 1/25/11

The AIA selected five recipients for the 2011 Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement, including the Active Design Guidelines, an effort of AIANY, NYC Department...

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In the News | 1/25/11

2011 OCULUS Editorial Calendar If you are an architect by training or see yourself as an astute observer of New York's architectural and planning scene, note that OCULUS...

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In the News | 1/25/11

01.12.11: The AIANY Global Dialogue Committee announced the winners of its recent "Call for Collaborative Design" and charrette program to elicit new prototypes for...

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Chapter News, In the News | 1/11/11

01.11.11 Editor's Note: Happy New Year! In this issue, AIANY Policy Director Jay Bond outlines the 2010 advocacy efforts of AIANY. Be sure to read about everything from...

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In the News | 1/11/11

In this issue: · Pratt's Eco- and Neighborhood-Friendly Myrtle Hall Opens · Power House Hits a Home Run · Classical Music Has a Permanent Space...

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In the News | 1/11/11

After two years of the recession, economists are predicting that this year we will see a turn-around. There are signs of hope in architecture as many projects that were...

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