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April 18, 2013
by Murrye Bernard Assoc. AIA LEED AP
04.16.13: The United Nations Security Council Chamber was officially re-opened. Located in the United Nations Conference Building and designed by Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg – with murals by Norwegian artist Per Krohg and Damask wallpaper designed by Norway's Else Poulsson – it is considered "the most important room in the world." UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon delivers remarks at the Chamber's opening (Photo: Courtesy Norwegian Consulate/Birgit Solhaug)
04.16.13: The United Nations Security Council Chamber was officially re-opened. Located in the United Nations Conference Building and designed by Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg – with murals by Norwegian artist Per Krohg and Damask wallpaper designed by Norway's Else Poulsson – it is considered "the most important room in the world." Rick Bell, FAIA, with Ingrid Moe, Cultural Officer at the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in New York, at the opening. (Photo: Courtesy Norwegian Consulate/Birgit Solhaug)
04.16.13: The New York Building Congress held its Construction Industry Breakfast Forum, which featured Seth W. Pinsky, President, New York City Economic Development Corporation, who gave a detailed update on the NYC Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency.(l-r) Richard T. Anderson, President, New York Building Congress, with Seth Pinsky (Photo: Rick Bell, FAIA)
03.27.13: The AIANY Historic Buildings Committee organized a tour of the recently-renovated New York City Center, the historic Manhattan theater. The group was guided by Ennead Architects Partner Duncan Hazard, AIA, Charles Griffith, AIA, Associate Partner, Marc Schaut, RA, Project Designer, and Mark Litvin, Senior V.P. & Managing Director, New York City Center.(Photo: John Arbuckle, Assoc. AIA)
03.27.13: The AIANY Historic Buildings Committee organized a tour of the recently-renovated New York City Center, the historic Manhattan theater. The group was guided by Ennead Architects Partner Duncan Hazard, AIA, Charles Griffith, AIA, Associate Partner, Marc Schaut, RA, Project Designer, and Mark Litvin, Senior V.P. & Managing Director, New York City Center.(Photo: John Arbuckle, Assoc. AIA)
03.27.13: The AIANY Historic Buildings Committee organized a tour of the recently-renovated New York City Center, the historic Manhattan theater. The group was guided by Ennead Architects Partner Duncan Hazard, AIA, Charles Griffith, AIA, Associate Partner, Marc Schaut, RA, Project Designer, and Mark Litvin, Senior V.P. & Managing Director, New York City Center.(Photo: John Arbuckle, Assoc. AIA)
03.27.13: The AIANY Historic Buildings Committee organized a tour of the recently-renovated New York City Center, the historic Manhattan theater. The group was guided by Ennead Architects Partner Duncan Hazard, AIA, Charles Griffith, AIA, Associate Partner, Marc Schaut, RA, Project Designer, and Mark Litvin, Senior V.P. & Managing Director, New York City Center.(Photo: John Arbuckle, Assoc. AIA)
04.02.13: Publicolor’s 13th Annual “Stir, Splatter and Roll” gala fundraiser at Martin Luther King, Jr., High School raised $140,000 for the non-profit’s ScholarshipNOW! fund, and $1 million to benefit Publicolor's students and mission.KPF’s Gene Kohn, FAIA, and Barbara Kohn; Kohn was honored for his commitment to education and Publicolor's mission. (Photo: Kristen Richards)
04.02.13: Publicolor’s 13th Annual “Stir, Splatter and Roll” gala fundraiser at Martin Luther King, Jr., High School raised $140,000 for the non-profit’s ScholarshipNOW! fund, and $1 million to benefit Publicolor's students and mission.Team leader Morris Adjmi, AIA, with Publicolor students. (Photo: Kristen Richards)
04.02.13: Publicolor’s 13th Annual “Stir, Splatter and Roll” gala fundraiser at Martin Luther King, Jr., High School raised $140,000 for the non-profit’s ScholarshipNOW! fund, and $1 million to benefit Publicolor's students and mission.Team leader Frank Lupo, FAIA, with Publicolor students. (Photo: Kristen Richards)
04.02.13: Publicolor’s 13th Annual “Stir, Splatter and Roll” gala fundraiser at Martin Luther King, Jr., High School raised $140,000 for the non-profit’s ScholarshipNOW! fund, and $1 million to benefit Publicolor's students and mission.Publicolor’s colorful gala evening. (Photo: Kristen Richards)

04.16.13: The United Nations Security Council Chamber was officially re-opened with a special ceremony. Located in the United Nations Conference Building and designed by Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg – with murals by Norwegian artist Per Krohg and Damask wallpaper designed by Norway’s Else Poulsson – it is considered “the most important room in the world.” Read UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s remarks here. Read more about the opening on Archidose.

04.16.13: The New York Building Congress held its Construction Industry Breakfast Forum, which featured Seth W. Pinsky, President, New York City Economic Development Corporation. Pinsky gave a detailed update on the NYC Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency.

03.27.13: The AIANY Historic Buildings Committee organized a tour of the recently-renovated New York City Center, the historic Manhattan theater. The group was guided by Ennead Architects Partner Duncan Hazard, AIA, Charles Griffith, AIA, Associate Partner, Marc Schaut, RA, Project Designer, and Mark Litvin, Senior V.P. & Managing Director, New York City Center.

04.02.13: Publicolor’s 13th Annual “Stir, Splatter and Roll” gala fundraiser at Martin Luther King, Jr., High School raised $140,000 for the non-profit’s ScholarshipNOW! fund, and $1 million to benefit Publicolor’s students and mission.

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