Five finalist named for 2015 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program

Architecture, Awards, East, News
Thursday, November 13, 2014
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Hy Fi by The Living, the 2014 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program winner (courtesy MoMA PS1)

Hy Fi by The Living, the 2014 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program winner. (courtesy MoMA PS1)

MoMA PS1 has announced the five finals for the 2015 Young Architects Program pavilion for the annual Warm Up performance series. The program is considered one of the most prestigious showcases for emerging architects in North America. This year’s finalists hail from New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and Toronto.

View the finalists after the jump.

Competition Asks Architects to Create Ideas for a More Resilient Waterfront

City Terrain, East
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
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The Rockaways Post Hurricane Sandy (Courtesy of Tom Duggan/Flickr)

The Rockaways Post Hurricane Sandy (Courtesy of Tom Duggan/Flickr)

Hurricane Sandy not only caused considerable damage to the Rockaways, but it also exposed the vulnerability of New York City’s waterfront communities to future storms and changing weather patterns. Today, the American Institute of Architects New York, along with NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development, L+M Development Partners, Bluestone Organization, Triangle Equities, and Enterprise Community Partners, announced a new design competition for “resilient and sustainable development in the Rockaways.” The group called on architects to come up with different strategies for how cities can build more thoughtfully in areas prone to flooding.

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