In the News | 8/3/10

In this issue: · City Council Approves New Domino · Flushing Commons Puts Local Businesses to Work · Historic Loews Pitkin Makes a Comeback ·...

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In the News | 8/3/10

Seventy volunteers (some in the photo on the left) came out to help build the Living Pavilion (right) on Governors Island. Jessica Sheridan About a year...

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In the News | 8/3/10

Winners of the Design Commission's 28th Annual Awards for Excellence in Design include: the construction of a municipal recycling facility at the South Brooklyn Marine...

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In the News | 8/3/10

2010 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, OCULUS editors...

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In the News | 8/3/10

08.02.10: The "Building the Living Pavilion" exhibition opened at the Center for Architecture. Hosted by the AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee, the...

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In the News | 7/20/10

In this issue: · Culture Shed Nests Into High Line · It's Blue Skies for the Azure · Times Square Redux, Part Deux · Affordable...

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In the News | 7/20/10

At the New Practices New York 2010: Jury's Symposium, juror Joe MacDonald, Assoc. AIA, commented that he was surprised to see so much built work among entries (see "New...

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In the News | 7/20/10

The AIA selected 10 recipients of the 2010 Small Project Awards including Puptent by Slade Architecture, in the category of Small Project Objects; and East Village...

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In the News | 7/20/10

2010 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, OCULUS editors...

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In the News | 7/20/10

07.15.10: The New Practices New York exhibition opened with a party for 450. Two visitors checking out the "Drawing Wall" of the NPNY exhibition. Alex...

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In the News | 7/20/10

Courtesy Macro-Sea and Vamos Architects Dumpster diving has gotten a whole lot cooler. As part of the city's Summer Streets Initiative, three dumpster...

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In the News | 7/7/10

"Pole Dance" at P.S. 1 by SO-IL. Jessica Sheridan There's nothing like a heat wave to make me want to take a stroll in the sand, kick around beach balls,...

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In the News | 7/7/10

In this issue: · Imagine -- A Playground in a Box? · SALON Mixes Sangria and Spanish Design · Alaskan Artifacts Grow in New Home · Hawaii...

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In the News | 7/7/10

Crain's New York asked several architects and other public figures to share their thoughts about how to make NYC "better, smarter stronger, wealthier and maybe, just...

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In the News | 7/7/10

Winners of the IIDA NY Lester Dundees Interior Design Competition include Bancolombia by IA Interior Architects, Commercial Over 50,000 SF; Fortune Global 500 Investment...

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In the News | 7/7/10

06.26-07.03.2010: AIANY and Classic Harbor Lines have circumnavigated Manhattan three Saturdays, on their "Around Manhattan Official NYC Architectural Tour," with more...

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In the News | 7/7/10

2010 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, OCULUS editors...

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In the News | 6/22/10

Note: This letter is in response to "43-Year Watch," by John Morris Dixon, FAIA, published in the Spring 2010 issue of OCULUS. 06.19.10 To the Editor of Oculus: My...

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In the News | 6/22/10

A number of sessions that I attended at the 2010 AIA Convention centered on how architectural education and emerging architects can sustain the profession. After...

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In the News | 6/22/10

In this issue: · Common Ground Opens The Brook in The Bronx · Weill Cornell Medical College Expands Interdisciplinary Research · Public to Walk in...

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