March 12, 2010
by Emily Nemens

Event:Panel Discussion on New Architecture in Historic Neighborhoods
Location: AIA National Headquarters, 03.03.10
Speaker: Tersh Boasberg — Chair, Historic Preservation Review Board, Washington, DC; Anne McCutcheon Lewis, FAIA — Architect, Washington, DC; Sherida E. Paulsen, FAIA — Principal, PKSB architects, NYC; Robert Tierney — Chair, NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission; Introduction by Anthony Schirripa, FAIA, IIDA — 2010 AIANY President
Moderator: Rick Bell, FAIA — Executive Director, AIANY
Organizer: AIANY with AIA DC and AIA National

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Tersh Boasberg, Chair, Historic Preservation Review Board, Washington, DC

Emily Nemens

Listen to the panel:
[podcast]http://www.e-oculuspodcast.com/podcasts/AIA_podcast_episode0011_Context.mp3[/podcast]

Synopsis:
Preservationists and practitioners from New York and DC met at the AIA’s National Headquarters to discuss the approval process for new architecture in the cities’ historic districts.

Related Links:
Historic Districts of Columbia, Meet the Old Neighborhoods of New York,” e-Oculus, 03.09.10.

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