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February 24, 2016
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02.23.16: AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee inaugural panel explored what is meant by the word “program” when building and designing social spaces. (l-r): Melissa Marsh, Assoc. AIA, Founder and CEO, PLASTARC, Co-chair, AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee; Anastasia Brown, Community Manager, NYC Coworking Facilityl; Meg Barnette, Chief of Staff, Planned Parenthood of New York City; Mike Lydon, Principal, Street Plans; and Stephen Yablon, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Stephen Yablon Architect.Credit: Center for Architecture
02.17.16: Jordan Goldman, Founding Principal, Zero Energy Design, and Julie Torres Moskovitz, AIA, LEED AP, CPHT, Founding Principal, Fete Nature Architecture, presented the 1899 Brooklyn row house that became New York City’s first Passive House-certified home. The first installment of Deep Energy Retrofits: NYC, the program was organized by AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE), ASHRAE NY Sustainability Committee, and Urban Green Council.Credit: Center for Architecture
02.17.16: The jury of ARCHITECT Magazine's 63rd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards selected five diverse projects by REX, SO – IL, Morphosis Architects, 64North, and Weiss/Manfredi for this year’s honor. Accepting the P/A award for Project R6 in Seoul, South Korea (left to right): Elina Chizmar and Adam Chizmar of REX, and Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief of ARCHITECT.Credit: Kristen Richards
02.17.16: Accepting the P/A award for Amant in New York City (left to right): Ted Baab and Kevin Lamyuktseung of SO – IL, and Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief of ARCHITECT.Credit: Kristen Richards
02.17.16: Accepting the P/A award for Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: Envisioning a Cultural Arts District in Kansas City, Missouri (left to right): Shannon Werle, Kao Onishi, Isabella MArcotulli, Joseph Vessell, of Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism, and Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief of ARCHITECT.Credit: Kristen Richards

02.23.16: AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee inaugural panel explored what is meant by the word “program” when building and designing social spaces. (l-r): Melissa Marsh, Assoc. AIA, Founder and CEO, PLASTARC, Co-chair, AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee; Anastasia Brown, Community Manager, NYC Coworking Facilityl; Meg Barnette, Chief of Staff, Planned Parenthood of New York City; Mike Lydon, Principal, Street Plans; and Stephen Yablon, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Stephen Yablon Architect.

02.17.16: Jordan Goldman, Founding Principal, Zero Energy Design, and Julie Torres Moskovitz, AIA, LEED AP, CPHT, Founding Principal, Fete Nature Architecture, presented the 1899 Brooklyn row house that became New York City’s first Passive House-certified home. The first installment of Deep Energy Retrofits: NYC, the program was organized by AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE), ASHRAE NY Sustainability Committee, and Urban Green Council.

02.17.16: The jury of ARCHITECT Magazine’s 63rd Annual Progressive Architecture Awards selected five diverse projects by REX, SO – IL, Morphosis Architects, 64North, and Weiss/Manfredi for this year’s honor. Accepting the P/A award for Project R6 in Seoul, South Korea (left to right): Elina Chizmar and Adam Chizmar of REX, and Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief of ARCHITECT.

02.17.16: Accepting the P/A award for Amant in New York City (left to right): Ted Baab and Kevin Lamyuktseung of SO – IL, and Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief of ARCHITECT.

02.17.16: Accepting the P/A award for Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: Envisioning a Cultural Arts District in Kansas City, Missouri (left to right): Shannon Werle, Kao Onishi, Isabella MArcotulli, Joseph Vessell, of Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism, and Ned Cramer, Editor-in-Chief of ARCHITECT.

02.09.16: Organized by AIANY Technology Committee and sponsored by ABC Imaging, Ben Tait (pictured) and Kevin Davey of the art- and design-led manufacturer Urban Art Projects (UAP) discussed balancing high technology and hand craftsmanship.

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