New York New Practices 2014 winner, NAMELESS Architecture, presents its work tomorrow night

Architecture, Awards, East
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Examples of NAMELESS Architecture's work. (Courtesy AIA)

Examples of NAMELESS Architecture’s work. (Courtesy AIA)

In 2006, the New York chapter of the AIA created the New Practices competition to showcase emerging architecture and design firms that could very well be the Next Big Thing in New York City. Among this year’s winners are Unchung Na, Sorae Yoo, and Kiseok Oh of NAMELESS Architecture and they’re presenting their winning work, (im)possible architecture, tomorrow night at the Hafele Showroom in Manhattan.

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

Architecture, Awards, East
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
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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EVENT> January 24: New Practices Finale with The Living + Google

East, Newsletter
Thursday, January 17, 2013


Framed:Interfaces, Narratives, and the Convergence of Architectural and Internet Technologies
Thursday, January 24
AIA New Practices New York
29 Ninth Avenue/Axor NYC Showroom

The Living, which sounds like an indie band but is actually one of the 2012 AIA New Practices New York winners, will conclude this year’s New Practices conversation series with a bang.

The firm has gained recognition for developing futuristic forms through new technologies and prototyping, and for “Framed: Interfaces, Narratives, and the Convergence of Architectural and Internet Technologies” The Living’s David Benjamin, who also directs the Living Architecture Lab at Columbia’s GSAPP, will sit down with Jonathan Lee, a designer at Google UXI, that company’s design think tank. Following what promises to be a lively presentation and conversation, a reception will celebrate the conclusion of the New Practices series.

The January 24 event, which is co-hosted by The Architect’s Newspaper, will be held at Axor’s NYC showroom. Free of charge with AIA CES credits provided. RSVP here.

Meet the New Practices

Architecture, East
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Landscape (Triptych) by ABRUZZO BODZIAK (© Benjamin Kracauer/Courtesy Center for Architecture)

Landscape (Triptych) by ABRUZZO BODZIAK (Benjamin Kracauer/Courtesy Center for Architecture)

We let you know about the exhibition, and now this year’s AIANY New Practices New York lecture series is kicking into gear following formlessfinder’s presentation late last month and a winner’s roundtable Monday night. The discussion was moderated by Dan Wood and Troy Therrien and included New Practices honorees Christian Wassmann, Amanda Schachter of SLO Architecture, Emily Abruzzo of ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS, Julian Rose of formlessfinder, and David Benjamin of The Living. The lecture series, featuring a presentation and discussion of each firm’s work, is held at the Axor/Hansgrohe showroom in the Meatpacking District and will continue through January.

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On View> New Practices New York 2012 Exhibition and Lecture Series Gets Underway

Architecture, Awards, East, Newsletter
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Abruzzo Bodziak's window installation at the Center for Architecture. (Branden Klayko / AN)

Abruzzo Bodziak’s window installation at the Center for Architecture. (Branden Klayko / AN)

2012 New Practices New York
Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
Through September 8

When Joe Aliotta took over chapter presidency for AIANY in January he said he wanted to bring fresh faces to the profession. New Practices New York (NPNY) and the Emerging New York Architects (ENYA) competitions became the cornerstone of his Future Now theme for 2012. New Practices opened on June 14 and ENYA’s Harlem Edge show is opening on July 12 at the Center for Architecture. The NPNY competition was open to multidisciplinary firms undergoing the process of licensing. This year’s brought seven firms to the winner’s circle: ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS,  Christian Wassmann, formlessfinder, HOLLER architecture, The Living, MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY, and SLO Architecture.

View the winner’s work after the jump.

Thursday: New Practices New York 2012 to Kick Off with a Party

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


On June 14, 2012, the AIA New York will showcase six of the seven winning firms from the 4th biennial New Practices New York 2012 competition, promoting new and promising firms in New York, at a party at the Center for Architecture. This year, the winning firms contended with over fifty entries to earn the designation.

The New Practices New York contest was limited to firms founded after 2006 and located within New York City’s five boroughs, but despite the restrictions, the competition was open to multidisciplinary firms, widening the variety of the work being submitted. To the design enthusiast’s delight, the exhibition will showcase work varying from architectural models to projections and installations. Along with the exhibition, a symposium will be arranged to further enlighten its visitors.

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Aliotta Takes Helm at AIANY

Monday, February 13, 2012
New AIANY Chapter president Joseph Aliotta in front of Center's new storefront.

New AIANY Chapter president Joseph Aliotta in front of Center's new storefront.

Joseph Aliotta, a principal at Swanke Hayden Connell, took over the chapter presidency of the AIANY last month, ushering in the Center for Architecture’s 2012 theme: “Future Now.” Aliotta plans a two-prong approach that will focus on the future of the profession and of the future of the built environment.

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New Practices on the Block

Friday, May 14, 2010

And the New Practices New York winners are...

The New Practices New York juried portfolio competition took place on Wednesday. This biennial competition, sponsored by the AIA New York chapter and now in its third iteration, has quickly become one of New York City’s most important launching pads for architects who have been in practice for less than five years. The winners are featured in an exhibition at the Center for Architecture, which usually travels to the national AIA convention and other architectural societies (this year’s winners will be featured in Sao Paulo, Brazil) plus a one-year free membership in the AIA and visibility as a firm on the rise in this highly competitive city. This year’s jury included Toshiko Mori as lead juror, Joe MacDonald (a New Practices winner in 2008), Guy Nordenson, Galia Solomonoff, and yours truly. After reviewing nearly 70 portfolios Read More

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