In the News | 12/8/09

12.08.09 Editor's Note: With the United Nations Climate Change Conference happening in Copenhagen this week, it is time to highlight what we as design professionals are...

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In the News | 12/8/09

Event: Ten Days for Oppositional Architecture: Towards Post-Capitalist Spaces / David Harvey Lecture Location: Gair Building No. 6, Dumbo, 11.21.09 Speaker: David Harvey...

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In the News | 12/8/09

Event: The Legacy of Saarinen's Office Location: Museum of the City of New York, 11.19.09 Speakers: Kevin Roche, FAIA -- Former Saarinen Colleague & Co-founder,...

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In the News | 12/8/09

After a few weeks of excitement over Mayor Bloomberg's ambitious proposal to require all buildings 50,000-square-feet or more to be audited for energy efficiency, I was...

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In the News | 12/8/09

In this issue: · 9/11 Casualty Breaks Ground in Lower Manhattan · New Window to Complete Eldridge Street Synagogue's Restoration · Harlem Goes...

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In the News | 12/8/09

The DESIGN.STARTS.HERE Team. Courtesy DESIGN.STARTS.HERE A down economy calls for creative strategies, and now four New York architecture firms have...

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In the News | 12/8/09

The AIA has selected recipients for its three most prestigious awards: CA- and NC-based Pugh + Scarpa Architects has been selected for the 2010 AIA Firm Award; Peter...

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In the News | 12/8/09

12.04.09: George Miller, FAIA, was inaugurated as 2010 President of the AIA in the Board Room of AIA Headquarters. He is the first NYC-based architect to head the AIA...

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In the News | 12/8/09

"The AIA Guide to New York City: In Search of Green Places," by Norval White, FAIA, and Fran Leadon, AIA, appeared in the 12.04.09 issue of AIArchitect. The article...

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In the News | 12/8/09

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 | 11/24/09

As firms make an effort to find new avenues in their work, some are making strides in research and development that is proving to be a valuable resource for the...

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In the News | 11/24/09

In this issue: · Lincoln Squared: Koch Theater Opens, David Rubenstein Atrium Awaits Debut · Architects, Engineers Fight Rising Currents · A New...

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In the News | 11/24/09

Courtesy Museum of the Phantom City Every architect has at least one project that never came to be. Instead, it is memorialized forever on the drawing...

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In the News | 11/24/09

The Sam Fox School announced the winners of the 2009 Skandalaris Awards: Rick Lowe, the founder of Project Row Houses won the Award for Excellence in Art + Architecture;...

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In the News | 11/24/09

11.17.09: The architects and engineers who competed in CANstruction NY 2009 used 100,693 food products (mostly canned goods) to build 30 diverse and whimsical...

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In the News | 11/24/09

2010 Oculus Editorial Calendar Coming soon! 11.30.09 Call for Submissions/Proposals: desigNYC: NYC Non-Profits Needing Pro-Bono Design Services 12.04.09 Call for...

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In the News | 11/10/09

On 11.01, the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) launched its Credentialing Maintenance Program (CMP) for all LEED Accredited Professionals. As a LEED AP who...

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In the News | 11/10/09

In this issue: · New York's Bravest Receive Design Excellence · Museum of Jewish Heritage Expands View · LEED Platinum Building Serves as Test Lab...

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In the News | 11/10/09

Courtesy www.architizer.com With Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, there are a plethora of options for architects to reach out to peers and clients online. The...

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In the News | 11/10/09

The 2009 Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Global Awards for Excellence winners included: the new campus for the American University in Cairo, for which Hardy Holzman...

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