Affordable Housing and the Public Realm


Thursday, February 25, 2016
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Join The Design Trust for Public Space for a conversation on how we can improve neighborhoods through design, moderated by The Architect’s Newspaper Editor-in-Chief William Menking. The brand-new edition of our Laying the Groundwork design guidelines will debut! Read More

Thursday! Don’t miss this double book night at AIANY’s Center for Architecture

Architecture, East
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
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book-talk

Two of the more challenging texts, at least for the profession of architecture, to appear in the last year will be presented and debated at the AIA New York’s Center on February 4.

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Benjamin Prosky Named Executive Director of AIA New York

East, Shft+Alt+Del
Thursday, November 19, 2015
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(Courtesy Architizer)

(Courtesy Architizer)

The AIA New York has named Architizer co-founder and minority owner Benjamin Prosky as its new Executive Director. He will step away from his role as Assistant Dean for Communications at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). Prosky has been overseeing events, publications, multimedia content and special projects since 2011. He will begin his duties at the AIA in early 2016.

“It is a tremendous honor to serve as Executive Director of the AIANY and the Center for Architecture,” Prosky said in a statement. “I feel privileged to have the opportunity to expand the scope of both organizations—I look forward to engaging with the professional architects who are the backbone of the constituency, and also cultivating the broader public which, in the context of New York, recognizes the profound impact that design and the built environment have on the vitality of the city and all aspects of our lives.”

Collective–LOK steals hearts to win 2016 Times Square Valentine Heart Design competition

Art, City Terrain, East, News, Urbanism
Thursday, November 12, 2015
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The winning design (Courtesy Collective-LOK)

The winning design (Courtesy Collective-LOK)

The Times Square Alliance takes “I ♥ New York” quite literally. For the past eight years, the nonprofit organization has invited architecture and design firms to create public art that responds to a Valentine’s Day theme. This year the Times Square Alliance partnered with the Center for Architecture to administer the competition. Collective-LOK stole the hearts of jurists to win the 2016 Times Square Valentine Heart Design competition.

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Tonight! Join AN’s Matt Shaw in exploring energy, politics, and architecture in New York

W57 by BIG, part of the "Lifestyle" section of the book. Drawing by Janette Kim and Erik Carver (Courtesy Princeton Architectural Press)

W57 by BIG, part of the “Lifestyle” section of the book. Drawing by Janette Kim and Erik Carver (Courtesy Princeton Architectural Press)

Tonight, Monday, November 9, at New York’s AIANY/Center for Architecture, AN Senior Editor Matt Shaw will be moderating a book talk between Janette Kim and Erik Carver, the authors of The Underdome Guide to Energy Reform, a new book released by Princeton Architectural Press. Stop by at 6:00p.m. tonight for light refreshments and beautiful drawings alongside a discussion about the future of ecologically minded architecture and urbanism.

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The South Street Seaport fetes its new Cultural District with exhibits curated by James Sanders

Art, Development, East, On View, Preservation
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
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Teresa Diehl: Breathing Waters, a site specific installation at the South Street Seaport (Audrey Wachs / AN)

Teresa Diehl: Breathing Waters, a site specific installation at the South Street Seaport (Audrey Wachs / AN)

On September 17th, New York artists, architects, and designers gathered in lower Manhattan to celebrate the newly anointed South Street Seaport Culture District.

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Letter to the Editor> Meet the Street

The AIANY's Center for Architecture in Manhattan. (Courtesy Andrew Berman Architect)

The AIANY’s Center for Architecture in Manhattan. (Courtesy Andrew Berman Architect)

We saw your editorial on design organizations (“Design Organizations Need to Meet the Street”) and were thrilled to see the positive things you had to say about the Center for Architecture.

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Former director of AIANY Rick Bell to join New York City’s Department of Design & Construction

Rick Bell on the Brooklyn Bridge. (Zoë Seibel)

Rick Bell on the Brooklyn Bridge. (Zoë Seibel)

After his sudden departure from his post as executive director of the AIA New York and the Center for Architecture in late March, Rick Bell is joining the city’s Department of Design and Construction (DDC), according to a recent report by Crains.

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Tonight> New Practices New York winner, form-ula, presents “Dormant Arousal”

Architecture, Awards, East
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
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Form-ula. (Courtesy Barkow Photo via AIA NY)

Form-ula. (Courtesy Barkow Photo via AIA NY)

Tonight, at the Hafele Showroom in Manhattan, you can see the architecture and design firm, form-ula—one of the winning teams from this year’s New Practices New York—present its work titled “Dormant Arousal.” New Practices is a biennial competition that was created in 2006 by the AIA New York Chapter to recognize innovative architects and designers throughout the city.

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Tuesday> AIANY presents Art & Architecture in the Public Realm

Architecture, East
Saturday, November 1, 2014
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Situ Studio's Heartwalk installation in Times Square. (Courtesy Situ Studio)

Situ Studio’s Heartwalk installation in Times Square. (Courtesy Situ Studio)

The fields of urban planning and interiors rarely interface with each other except by chance or coincidence. But the AIA New York Interiors and Urban Planning committees are co-sponsoring Art and Architecture in the Public Realm, a discussion next Tuesday, November 4 that will take on the zone between interior and exterior public space.

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Center for Architecture to kick off Archtober with New Practices New York

Architecture, Awards, East
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
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New Practices New York. (Courtesy Center for Architecture)

New Practices New York. (Courtesy Center for Architecture)

The Center for Architecture is kicking off Archtober with an exhibition from New Practices New York. The biennial New Practices competition was started in 2006  as a way to “recognize and promote new and innovative architecture and design firms.”

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Jan Gehl Calls On Cities to Design For People, Not For Cars

East, Review, Transportation, Urbanism
Friday, February 7, 2014
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Jan Gehl. (Courtesy Center for Architecture)

Jan Gehl. (Courtesy Center for Architecture)

The Oculus book talk on the new book, How to Study Public Life, at the Center for Architecture with Jan Gehl and his co-author Birgitte Svarre was like seeing the documentary The Human Scale come to life—only with a sense of humor.

Gehl’s urban theories have gained a lot of traction, not least in New York City. Jeanette Sadik-Khan went to Gehl’s native Copenhagen two weeks into her job as commissioner of NYC’s Department of Transportation (along with fellow commissioner of City Planning, Amanda Burden) and experienced the city’s pedestrian-over-cars public plazas, rode bicycles on protected bike lanes, and absorbed the lessons of the city that is repeatedly named the most livable in the world.

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