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February 25, 2015
by Camila Schaulson Frenz
02.05.15: Mark Strauss, FAIA, AICP, Senior Partner, FXFOWLE; AIANY Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA; Bruce Fowle, FAIA, LEED AP, Founding Principal, and and Alfreda Radzicki, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, FXFOWLE, celebrated the launch of the firm’s new monograph, Reveal Filter Revolve Effect, and the opening of “REVEALing Architecture” at the National Academy Museum & School.Credit: Coe Hokesema
02.05.15: FXFOWLE Managing Partner Guy Geier, FAIA, FIIDA, LEED AP, leads Metropolis magazine publisher and editor-in-chief Susan S. Szenasy, Hon. AIANY, through FXFWOLE’s exhibition “REVEALing Architecture” at the National Academy Museum & School.Credit: Coe Hokesema
02.10.15: AIANY Technology Committee member Tyson Cadorette welcomed Roderick Bates, Associate at KieranTimberlake, and Julie Janiski, Project Leader at BuroHappold, to the event “Winning with Life Cycle Assessment.”Credit: Eve Dilworth Rosen
02.12.15: Rob Rogers, FAIA, and Rick Bell, FAIA, at Rogers Partners' Learning Through Practice book launch at the Four Seasons.Credit: Rogers Partners
02.13.15: Lee Harris Poemroy, FAIA, Antonio Figueroa, AIA, and Joydeep Karmakar, IIA, of Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects, discussed the new 13.7-kilometer Kolkata East-West Metro at a talk moderated by AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Co-chair Jeffrey Dugan, AIA. Credit: Eve Dilworth Rosen
02.17.15: Organizers and speakers of the program “Times Square at a Tipping Point” gathered at the Center for Architecture to discuss the past and present of this unparalleled tourist destination: AIANY 2016 President Carol Loewenson, FAIA; Claire Fellman, director at Snøhetta; AIANY 2014 President Lance Jay Brown, FAIA; Kent L. Barwick, former president of the Municipal Art Society; Lynne B. Sagalyn, author of Times Square Roulette: The Definitive History of Times Square’s Redevelopment; Carol Willis, founding director of The Skyscraper Museum; Bruce Fowle, FAIA, LEED AP, Founding Principal, FXFOWLE Architects; and Ernie Hutton, Assoc. AIA, AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee Co-chair.Credit: Eve Dilworth Rosen
02.19.15: Van Alen Institute convened a panel to discuss "Thinking Big: Competitions at the Scale of the City," hosted at Grimshaw Architects. (l-r): Jerome Chou, VAI Director of Competitions (moderator); Enrique Norten, Hon. FAIA, TEN Arqutectos; Jennifer Gustetic, Assistant Director for Open Innovation, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (former NASA Prizes and Challenges Program Executive); and Casey Jones, Deputy Director, U.S. State Department's Overseas Building Department (former Director, GSA Design Excellence Program). 03.02.15 is the deadline to complete the Architectural Record/Van Alen Institute Competition Survey.Credit: Kristen Richards
02.24.15: AIANY and Center for Architecture Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA, and Susan Henshaw Jones, the Ronay Menschel Director of the Museum of the City of New York, celebrated the opening of the museum’s latest exhibition, “Everything is Design: The Work of Paul Rand.”Credit: Rick Bell

02.05.15: Mark Strauss, FAIA, AICP, Senior Partner, FXFOWLE; AIANY Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA; Bruce Fowle, FAIA, LEED AP, Founding Principal, and and Alfreda Radzicki, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, FXFOWLE, celebrated the launch of the firm’s new monograph, Reveal Filter Revolve Effect, and the opening of “REVEALing Architecture” at the National Academy Museum & School.

02.05.15: FXFOWLE Managing Partner Guy Geier, FAIA, FIIDA, LEED AP, leads Metropolis magazine publisher and editor-in-chief Susan S. Szenasy, Hon. AIANY, through FXFWOLE’s exhibition “REVEALing Architecture” at the National Academy Museum & School.

02.10.15: AIANY Technology Committee member Tyson Cadorette welcomed Roderick Bates, Associate at KieranTimberlake, and Julie Janiski, Project Leader at BuroHappold, to the event “Winning with Life Cycle Assessment.”

02.12.15: Rob Rogers, FAIA, and Rick Bell, FAIA, at Rogers Partners’ Learning Through Practice book launch at the Four Seasons

02.13.15: Lee Harris Poemroy, FAIA, Antonio Figueroa, AIA, and Joydeep Karmakar, IIA, of Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects, discussed the new 13.7-kilometer Kolkata East-West Metro at a talk moderated by AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Co-chair Jeffrey Dugan, AIA.

02.17.15: Organizers and speakers of the program “Times Square at a Tipping Point” gathered at the Center for Architecture to discuss the past and present of this unparalleled tourist destination: AIANY 2016 President Carol Loewenson, FAIA; Claire Fellman, director at Snøhetta; AIANY 2014 President Lance Jay Brown, FAIA; Kent L. Barwick, former president of the Municipal Art Society; Lynne B. Sagalyn, author of Times Square Roulette: The Definitive History of Times Square’s Redevelopment; Carol Willis, founding director of The Skyscraper Museum; Bruce Fowle, FAIA, LEED AP, Founding Principal, FXFOWLE Architects; and Ernie Hutton, Assoc. AIA, AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee Co-chair.

02.19.15: Van Alen Institute convened a panel to discuss “Thinking Big: Competitions at the Scale of the City,” hosted at Grimshaw Architects. (l-r): Jerome Chou, VAI Director of Competitions (moderator); Enrique Norten, Hon. FAIA, TEN Arqutectos; Jennifer Gustetic, Assistant Director for Open Innovation, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (former NASA Prizes and Challenges Program Executive); and Casey Jones, Deputy Director, U.S. State Department’s Overseas Building Department (former Director, GSA Design Excellence Program). 03.02.15 is the deadline to complete the Architectural Record/Van Alen Institute Competition Survey.

02.24.15: AIANY and Center for Architecture Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA, and Susan Henshaw Jones, the Ronay Menschel Director of the Museum of the City of New York, celebrated the opening of the museum’s latest exhibition, “Everything is Design: The Work of Paul Rand.”
Credit: Rick Bell

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