Category Archives: Sighted

12.07.15: Winners of the 2015 AIANY COTE Awards presented a range of innovative and sustainable architecture designs, elected for their achievement in confronting critical issues facing our communities brought on by climate change.  Representatives from the three winning firms and four honorable mentions presented their designs: Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, Paul Castrucci Architect, FETE Nature Archtiecture, Fernando Villa, Magnusson Architecture & Planning, Caples Jefferson, FXFOWLE, Grimshaw Architects and Dattner Architect.
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12.07.15: Winners of the 2015 AIANY COTE Awards presented a range of innovative and sustainable architecture designs, elected for their achievement in confronting critical issues facing our communities brought on by climate change.  Representatives from the three winning firms and four honorable mentions presented their designs: Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, Paul Castrucci Architect, FETE Nature Archtiecture, Fernando Villa, Magnusson Architecture & Planning, Caples Jefferson, FXFOWLE, Grimshaw Architects and Dattner Architect. Read More

11.12.15: The New School Parsons School of Design hosted Frank Gehry, FAIA, at “At the Parsons Table” with Paul Goldberger, author of Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry, the recently published, full-length biography.
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11.12.15: The New School Parsons School of Design hosted Frank Gehry, FAIA, at “At the Parsons Table” with Paul Goldberger, author of Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry, the recently published, full-length biography. Read More

10.25.15: Eric Goshow, AIA, introduced Kelly Hayes McAlonie, winner of the 2015 AIANYS Matthew W. Del Gaudio Service Award.
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10.25.15: Eric Goshow, AIA, introduced Kelly Hayes McAlonie, winner of the 2015 AIANYS Matthew W. Del Gaudio Service Award.
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10.28.15: Curator Donald Albrecht led tour participants through the exhibit “Designing Home: Jews and Mid-Century Modernism” at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, following the presentation of the museum’s architect Kevin Roche, FAIA.
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10.14.15: The minds behind the innovative trash-management project Closed Loops, Juliette Spertus and Benjamin Miller, joined the Center for Architecture at 181 Front Street, the South Street Seaport Culture District, to discuss the transportation of trash, the city’s landfills and waterways, and new ways of designing our waste system. Read More

09.30.15: A crowd gathered at Carl Hansen & Son Showroom to celebrate the beginning of Archtober 2015. Richard Meier, FAIA (center) was joined by Kyle Bergman, AIA, founder of the Architecture and Design Film Festival (left), and Cynthia Kracauer, AIA, Archtober festival director (right).
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09.30.15: A crowd gathered at Carl Hansen & Son Showroom to celebrate the beginning of Archtober 2015. Richard Meier, FAIA (center) was joined by Kyle Bergman, AIA, founder of the Architecture and Design Film Festival (left), and Cynthia Kracauer, AIA, Archtober festival director (right). Read More

09.18.15: AIANY and Center for Architecture leadership gathered at the newly-christened Silman Room to celebrate the Center for Architecture’s Renovation Project.
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09.17.15: Curator Thomas Mellins led a preview tour of “Affordable New York: A Housing Legacy” at the Museum of the City of New York, on view through 02.16.16. Read More

08.31.15: Cynthia Kracauer, AIA, Center for Architecture, Managing Director, snapped a picture of celebratory staff members James Fallarino, Events Manager, and Camila Schaulsohn, Communications Director, at the Archtober kick-off, Tweet-for-Treat. Participants received free architecturally-inspired Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches and could peer into the Center’s new space on 181 Front Street, opening officially on 09.10.15 for the exhibition opening of “Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge.”
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08.31.2015: Cynthia Kracauer, AIA, Center for Architecture, Managing Director, snapped a picture of celebratory staff members James Fallarino, Events Manager, and Camila Schaulsohn, Communications Director, at the Archtober kick-off, Tweet-for-Treat. Participants received free architecturally-inspired Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches and could peer into the Center’s new space on 181 Front Street, opening officially on 09.10.15 for the exhibition opening of “Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge.” Read More

08.19.15: George Tsypin, founder of the George Tsypin Opera Factory and luminescent sea creature designer, takes a ride on an angel fish at the press opening for WXY Architecture + Urban Design’s SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park.
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08.19.15: George Tsypin, founder of the George Tsypin Opera Factory and luminescent sea creature designer, takes a ride on an angel fish at the press opening for WXY Architecture + Urban Design’s SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park. Read More

07.31.20: A work-in-progress! A snapshot of our beautiful new floor designed by Andrew Berman Architect. Come see the complete renovation at the opening of our fall exhibition “Un/Fair Use” on 10.10.2015.
Sighted by • 08/05/15

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08.03.15: A work-in-progress! A snapshot of our beautiful new floor designed by Andrew Berman Architect. Come see the complete renovation at the opening of our fall exhibition “Un/Fair Use” on 09.10.2015. Read More

07.20.15: AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee and AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee invited a diverse panel to examine how firms build and communicate resiliency practices. (l-r) James Way and Delphine Daniels, AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee; Olivia Stinson, City Relationships at 100 Resilient Cities, The Rockefeller Foundation; Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee; Roland Lewis, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance; Janice Barnes, PhD, LEED AP, Perkins + Will; John Boulé, PE, Dewberry.
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07.20.15: AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee and AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee invited a diverse panel to examine how firms build and communicate resiliency practices.  (l-r) James Way and Delphine Daniels, co-chairs, AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee; Olivia Stinson, Assoc. Director, City Relationships at 100 Resilient Cities, The Rockefeller Foundation; Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, Co-Chair, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee; Roland Lewis, President and CEO, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance; Janice Barnes, PhD, LEED AP, Planning + Strategies Global Leader, Perkins + Will; John Boulé, PE, Senior Vice President, Dewberry. Read More

12.07.15: Winners of the 2015 AIANY COTE Awards presented a range of innovative and sustainable architecture designs, elected for their achievement in confronting critical issues facing our communities brought on by climate change.  Representatives from the three winning firms and four honorable mentions presented their designs: Platt Byard Dovell White Architects, Paul Castrucci Architect, FETE Nature Archtiecture, Fernando Villa, Magnusson Architecture & Planning, Caples Jefferson, FXFOWLE, Grimshaw Architects and Dattner Architect.
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11.12.15: The New School Parsons School of Design hosted Frank Gehry, FAIA, at “At the Parsons Table” with Paul Goldberger, author of Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry, the recently published, full-length biography.
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10.25.15: Eric Goshow, AIA, introduced Kelly Hayes McAlonie, winner of the 2015 AIANYS Matthew W. Del Gaudio Service Award.
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10.28.15: Curator Donald Albrecht led tour participants through the exhibit “Designing Home: Jews and Mid-Century Modernism” at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, following the presentation of the museum’s architect Kevin Roche, FAIA.
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09.30.15: A crowd gathered at Carl Hansen & Son Showroom to celebrate the beginning of Archtober 2015. Richard Meier, FAIA (center) was joined by Kyle Bergman, AIA, founder of the Architecture and Design Film Festival (left), and Cynthia Kracauer, AIA, Archtober festival director (right).
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09.18.15: AIANY and Center for Architecture leadership gathered at the newly-christened Silman Room to celebrate the Center for Architecture’s Renovation Project.
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08.31.15: Cynthia Kracauer, AIA, Center for Architecture, Managing Director, snapped a picture of celebratory staff members James Fallarino, Events Manager, and Camila Schaulsohn, Communications Director, at the Archtober kick-off, Tweet-for-Treat. Participants received free architecturally-inspired Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches and could peer into the Center’s new space on 181 Front Street, opening officially on 09.10.15 for the exhibition opening of “Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge.”
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08.19.15: George Tsypin, founder of the George Tsypin Opera Factory and luminescent sea creature designer, takes a ride on an angel fish at the press opening for WXY Architecture + Urban Design’s SeaGlass Carousel at Battery Park.
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07.31.20: A work-in-progress! A snapshot of our beautiful new floor designed by Andrew Berman Architect. Come see the complete renovation at the opening of our fall exhibition “Un/Fair Use” on 10.10.2015.
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07.20.15: AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee and AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee invited a diverse panel to examine how firms build and communicate resiliency practices. (l-r) James Way and Delphine Daniels, AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee; Olivia Stinson, City Relationships at 100 Resilient Cities, The Rockefeller Foundation; Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee; Roland Lewis, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance; Janice Barnes, PhD, LEED AP, Perkins + Will; John Boulé, PE, Dewberry.
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