In the News | 9/1/09

In this issue: · 9/11 Memorial Preview Site Opens · Times Square Wurkstadt · Artists Re:Construct Lower Manhattan · Milton Glaser Hearts...

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In the News | 9/1/09

NYC members of APA, ITE, ASCE, AIA, and ASLA are invited to attend open houses introducing the recently released New York City Street Design Manual. The first of its...

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In the News | 9/1/09

The NY-based winners of the BSA/AIANY Urban Design Awards/2009 include, in the following categories: Award for Urban Regeneration, dlandstudio (Gowanus Canal Sponge...

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In the News | 9/1/09

08.19.09 Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri spoke to a packed house at Not Business as Usual: Competitions. LiMandri and AIANY Executive Director Rick Bell,...

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In the News | 9/1/09

"The Street View: Sheds and Skins,"by Kristi Cameron, Metropolis P/O/V, 08.24.09, featured urbanSHED and recent NBAU discussion, where Buildings Commissioner Robert...

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In the News | 9/1/09

2010 Oculus Editorial Calendar Coming soon! 09.02.09 Call for Entries: AIA-WJ Photograph Competition 09.16.09 Call for Submissions: 2010 AIA Diversity Recognition...

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In the News | 8/18/09

Installation view of Ron Arad: No Discipline. Jason Mandella Despite its title, "Ron Arad: No Discipline," the first retrospective of artist Ron Arad's work...

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In the News | 8/18/09

Partial installation of Franz Ackermann's Coming Home (Meet me) At the waterfall (2009), which is being installed along several walls in the monumental staircase...

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In the News | 8/18/09

In this issue: · Queens Plaza Becomes a Garden Gateway · New School Breaks Ground in One of the Bronx's Neediest Neighborhoods · Bushwick Builds...

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In the News | 8/18/09

CultureNOW offers maps and podcasts for touring downtown Manhattan, Manhattan's art scene, and the most recent addition, Harlem. HarlemNOW highlights public art...

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In the News | 8/18/09

Seven finalists for Intersections: Grand Concourse Beyond 100 include Christina Belton, Taewook Cha, Brenda Curtis, Lia Kelerchian, Gentry Lock, Erika Matthias and...

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In the News | 8/18/09

08.13.09: The Downtown Alliance threw a party to kick off the urbanSHED competition and the Re:Construction 2009 program at Cipriani's Wall Street. (L-R) Susanna...

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In the News | 8/18/09

2010 Oculus Editorial Calendar Coming soon! 08.17.09 Call for Entries: Canstruction 08.22.09 Call for Entries: Michael Jackson Monument Design Competition 08.31.09...

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In the News | 8/4/09

Event: Welcome to the USA: Architecture and Human Rights at the Border Location: Van Alen Institute, 07.30.09 Speakers: Teddy Cruz -- Principal, Estudio Teddy Cruz,...

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In the News | 8/4/09

Event: 18th Annual MAS Summer Boat Tour: Along the Historic Hudson Location: Circle Line Boat, 07.29.09 Speakers: Francis Morrone -- Historian, Journalist, Author,...

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In the News | 8/4/09

(L-R): Chalk drawings on the "Temple of Truth," by Jennifer Upchurch, Chris Niederer, and Douglas Hart; "Agony of Man," by Steel Neal made from scrap metal found...

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In the News | 8/4/09

In this issue: · Bowling Green in Brooklyn · Pier 57 Gets New Life as a Cultural Hub · Green Rooftop Oasis Expands on Randall's Island ·...

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In the News | 8/4/09

Courtesy Amazon.com NY-based architect Richard McMillan has captured 101 recently constructed buildings in NYC in this comprehensive guide. Buildings are...

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In the News | 8/4/09

AIANYS announced the 2009 Design Award recipients including, in the category of Adaptive Reuse, Awards of Excellence: Museo Del Acero Horno3 by Grimshaw with Associate...

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In the News | 8/4/09

07.29.09: The Municipal Art Society hosted its 18th Annual Boat Tour along the Hudson River. See "MAS Boat Tour Sails Down the Hudson," by Linda G. Miller in this...

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