October 26, 2010
by: Leong Leong Ernesto Martinez Bill Millard Linda G. Miller Je

The eighth annual openhousenewyork weekend took place 10.09-10.10, opening doors to architectural sites around the city.


One of the most sought after sites at OHNY was the tour of the undeveloped portions of the High Line.

Bill Millard


(L-R): The Centurion by Pei Partnership Architects; courtyard at the Centurion; Islamic Cultural Center of New York by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; and Arup’s Sound Lab.

(L-R): Bill Millard; Linda G. Miller; Bill Millard


(L-R): Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, designed by Lyn Rice Architects; exhibition at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center; Tenri Cultural Institute by Marble Fairbanks Architects; Fashion 26-A Wyndham Garden Hotel by Michael Graves, FAIA; and the Brotherhood Synagogue by Silberstang Lasky Architects.

Ernesto Martinez


AIANY New Practices New York award winners toured their offices. SOFTlab showcased their work, including CHROMAesthesiae (left two images), as did LEONG LEONG. The AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) gave tours of the High Bridge in the Bronx as it related to their HB:BX Building Cultural Infrastructure competition (right).

Bill Millard (Soft Lab); LEONG LEONG; Jessica Sheridan (ENYA)


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