Author Archives: Murrye Bernard, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP - Contributing Editor

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected 10 recipients of the 2013 Small Project Awards, including Webb Chapel Park Pavilion by Cooper Joseph Studio, which also won an AIANY Design Award… Read More

On View: At the Center for Architecture

At the Center for Architecture

2013 Design Awards
Opens 04.18.13

Low Rise High Density
Opens 04.25.13

American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter Design Awards
Through 04.20.13

The Edgeless School: Design for Learning
Through 05.25.13

Building Connections 2012
Through 06.15.13

Additional Upcoming Exhibitions

New Deadlines

The Oculus 2013 Editorial Calendar has been set. If you are an architect by training, or see yourself as an astute observer of New York’s architectural and planning scene, Oculus wants to hear from you! Projects/topics may be anywhere, but architects must be New York-based. Please submit story ideas by the deadlines indicated in the calendar to Kristen Richards, Hon. AIA, Hon. ASLA: kristen@ArchNewsNow.com. Read the latest issue of Oculus, Spring 2013, which is now available online!

05.01.13 Call for Proposals: 2013-14 City of Dreams Pavilion Design Competition

05.20.13: Call for Applications: 2013 Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship

06.14.13 Call for Submissions: FAR ROC [For a Resilient Rockaway] Arverne East Design Competition – Phase 1 Deadline

10.07.13 Call for Submissions: FAR ROC [For a Resilient Rockaway] Arverne East Design Competition – Phase 2 Deadline

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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)
Sighted by • 04/18/13

Sighted

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. Read More

Names in the News

Jill Lerner, FAIA, 2013 AIANY President, was selected to serve on the AIA NYS Regional Director Nominating Committee…

The winners of the first annual Architizer A+ Awards include: Residential: Daeyang Gallery and House, and Sliced Porosity Block – CapitaLand Raffles City by Steven Holl Architects (an AIANY 2013 Design Awards Winner); Via Verde – The Green Way by Dattner Architects and Grimshaw; skyhouse by David Hotson Architect; Commercial: Camper House of Shoes by Shigeru Ban Architects + Dean Maltz Architect; Marc Jacobs Tokyo Flagship by Jaklitsch/Gardner ArchitectsRead More

On View: At the Center for Architecture & About Town

At the Center for Architecture

Broadway: 1000 Steps
Through 04.10.13

American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter Design Awards
Through 04.20.13 (opening reception 04.11.13)

The Edgeless School: Design for Learning
Through 05.25.13

Building Connections 2012
Through 06.15.13

Upcoming Exhibitions

About Town

Through 04.18.13: The Winter Garden in Brookfield Place (World Financial Center) is hosting an exhibition of two large-scale artworks for the Season of Cambodia Festival. Sopheap Pich’s “Compound” is an enormous installation comprised of eighty-three bamboo and rattan grids and cylindrical modules.

New Deadlines

The Oculus 2013 Editorial Calendar has been set. If you are an architect by training, or see yourself as an astute observer of New York’s architectural and planning scene, Oculus wants to hear from you! Projects/topics may be anywhere, but architects must be New York-based. Please submit story ideas by the deadlines indicated in the calendar to Kristen Richards, Hon. AIA, Hon. ASLA: kristen@ArchNewsNow.com. Read the latest issue of Oculus, Spring 2013, which is now available online!

05.01.13 Call for Proposals: 2013-14 City of Dreams Pavilion Design Competition Read More

03.22.13: The Post-Sandy Regional Working Group has its inaugural meeting at the 2013 AIA Grassroots Conference in Washington, DC. Representatives from New York, New Jersey, and New England came together to share knowledge and initiate a cooperative exchange for the region. Regional Directors of the Young Architects Forum, AIA State and Chapter presidents, policy coordinators, AIA National staff, and regional Chapter executive directors contributed to the meeting. (Photo: Daniel Fox)
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Sighted

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03.22.13: The Post-Sandy Regional Working Group has its inaugural meeting at the 2013 AIA Grassroots Conference in Washington, DC. Representatives from New York, New Jersey, and New England came together to share knowledge and initiate a cooperative exchange for the region. Regional Directors of Young Architects Forum, AIA State and Chapter presidents, policy coordinators, AIA National staff, and regional Chapter executive directors contributed to the meeting. Read More

Names in the News

Kirsten A. Sibilia, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, has been named a Partner at Dattner Architects. She has previously served on the AIANY Board as the Director of Publications, and currently co-chairs the Outreach Working Group for the Chapter’s Post-Sandy Initiative…

The 2012 Jane Jacobs Medal recipients are Ronald Shiffman, FAICP, Hon. AIA NYS, Pratt Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment, Medal for Lifetime Leadership; Rosanne Haggerty, Community Solutions, Medal for New Ideas and Activism; Carl Skelton, Gotham Innovation Greenhouse, Medal for New Technology and Innovation; and Erin Barnes, Brandon Whitney, and Cassie Flynn, Team from ioby, Medal for New Technology and Innovation… Read More

On View: At the Center for Architecture & About Town

At the Center for Architecture

BROADWAY: 1000 Steps
Through 04.10.13

The Edgeless School: Design for Learning
Through 05.25.13

Building Connections 2012
Through 06.15.13

Upcoming Exhibitions

About Town

Through 03.31.13: The William Holman Gallery presents a large solo exhibition of recent work by Tom Judd. The exhibition features drawings and paintings on canvas that explore the relationship between the modern architecture of Judd’s childhood, including the pink house he grew up in near Salt Late City, and other abandoned modern relics, such as 20th-century houses by Marcel Breuer, Mies van der Rohe, and Richard Neutra. View a catalogue of Judd’s work and a documentary video, titled “Tom Judd Remembers the Future.”
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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)
Sighted Sighted
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On View: At the Center for Architecture & About Town About Town
New Deadlines New Deadlines
03.22.13: The Post-Sandy Regional Working Group has its inaugural meeting at the 2013 AIA Grassroots Conference in Washington, DC. Representatives from New York, New Jersey, and New England came together to share knowledge and initiate a cooperative exchange for the region. Regional Directors of the Young Architects Forum, AIA State and Chapter presidents, policy coordinators, AIA National staff, and regional Chapter executive directors contributed to the meeting. (Photo: Daniel Fox)
Sighted Sighted
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On View: At the Center for Architecture & About Town About Town