In the News | 4/17/07

Thirty-two design firms were pre-qualified in the second round of the Mayor's Design + Construction Excellence Program (D+CEP). In the $10 million and under requirement...

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In the News | 4/17/07

Celebrating Architecture Week, two exhibitions opened at the Center for Architecture on April 12: NY 150+: A Timeline - Ideas - Civic Institutions - Futures, and 2007...

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In the News | 4/17/07

Oculus 2007 Editorial Calendar If you have ideas, projects, opinions -- or perhaps a burning desire to write about a topic below -- we'd like to hear from you!...

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In the News | 4/3/07

Event: 2007 Temko Critics Panel: A Critical Situation: What to Make of Starchitecture, And Who To Blame For It Location: Baruch College, 03.28.07 Speakers: Karrie Jacobs...

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In the News | 4/3/07

Event: Emerging Voices Lecture Series Location: Urban Center, 03.22.07 Speakers: An Te Liu -- artist, associate professor & director, Faculty of Architecture,...

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In the News | 4/3/07

New plans to green cities, countries, and the world seem to be popping up everywhere. Similar to Mayor Bloomberg's PlaNYC, the Mayor of London's office recently...

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In the News | 4/3/07

In this issue: ·United Nations Approves Master Plan ·Art Deco Jewel Gets 21st Century Uplift ·Look No Further Than Chelsea's "Vision...

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In the News | 4/3/07

In case you haven't heard, there is a man with a family in NYC aiming to put us all to shame. Colin Beaven, or No Impact Man as he calls himself on his blog, is spending...

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In the News | 4/3/07

Atlas of Novel Tectonics, a book by Jesse Reiser, AIA, and Nanako Umemoto of NYC-based Resier + Umemoto RUR Architecture, has won two international awards: The Jan...

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In the News | 4/3/07

Edgar Tafel, FAIA, celebrates his 95th birthday at the Center for Architecture. Annie Kurtin Let them eat cake: New Housing New York winning design...

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In the News | 4/3/07

Oculus 2007 Editorial Calendar If you have ideas, projects, opinions -- or perhaps a burning desire to write about a topic below -- we'd like to hear from you!...

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In the News | 3/20/07

Event: Process 2 Collaboration 4: Inside/Outside -- Seamless Collaboration Location: New York Design Center, 03.14.07 Speakers: Joan Blumenfeld, FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP --...

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In the News | 3/20/07

Event: Helmut Jahn: A MIXED GREENS LECTURE Location: The New York Academy of Sciences Headquarters, 7 WTC, 03.15.07 Speaker: Helmut Jahn -- President and CEO, Director...

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In the News | 3/20/07

Event: Interpreting and MisInterpreting Jane Jacobs: New York and Beyond Location: Museum of the City of New York, 03.07.07 Speakers: Ronald Shiffman, FAICP, Hon. AIA --...

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In the News | 3/20/07

Event: Russell Shorto Details Manhattan's Dutch Origins -- Downtown Third Thursdays Lecture Series Location: National Museum of the American Indian, 03.15.07 Speaker:...

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In the News | 3/20/07

It’s great to read a favorable write-up on the pedicab regulations (See Editor’s Soapbox: Proposed Pedicab Protocol Not So Appalling). I also agree that the limited...

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In the News | 3/20/07

"In an effort to bring uniformity to sustainable building practices, the International Code Council (ICC) and National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) have announced...

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In the News | 3/20/07

In this issue: ·Collaboration Success Story Hits East New York ·Three New Landmarks in Far West Village; Five to Go ·Compassion & Healing: 2007...

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In the News | 3/20/07

During the Global Emergency Teach-in, Architecture2030 issued the 2030 Challenge and the 2010 Imperative -- strategies to transform the built environment, stabilize...

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In the News | 3/20/07

The American Institute of Architects College of Fellows has awarded its 2007 Latrobe Prize of $100,000 for the proposal, "On the Water, A Model for the Future: A...

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