At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 6/18/14

“Open to the Public: Civic Space Now,” which opened at the Center for Architecture on 06.12.14, offers multifarious interpretations of public space. This satisfying...

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At the Center for Architecture | 6/18/14

Nearly everything important in a living democracy takes place in public space: expression that's politically or artistically consequential, transactions that drive the...

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At the Center for Architecture | 5/14/14

Recent calls to arms have raised awareness of impending doom, or at least major life transitions, for many modern landmarks, from the Orange County Government Center to...

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At the Center for Architecture | 5/14/14

Four of the key engineers who worked on 1964 World’s Fair in NYC gathered on 05.07.14 to reflect on the burst of creativity and daring of that time, and how the...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 4/16/14

The Google map of Aix-en-Provence shows curving lines merging in concentric circles that look not all that different from regular streets. On the ground, however, the...

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At the Center for Architecture | 4/16/14

The line of people that stretched down LaGuardia Place to attend “Cities by Water: Solutions from Copenhagen and New York” on 04.08.14 was a testament to the fact...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 4/2/14

As the clamoring to address climate change grows louder – just last week, the American Association for the Advancement of Science issued a straightforward, dire...

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At the Center for Architecture | 3/19/14

Last year, the Montreal International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA), the hotbed of international art films that it is, screened 250 films from 28 countries. This...

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At the Center for Architecture | 3/19/14

On 10.21.14, an interdisciplinary panel representing both the public and private sectors within the design community met to discuss the significance of resiliency in...

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At the Center for Architecture | 3/19/14

Suprematism, an art movement of the early 20th century conceptualized by Kazimir Malevich, still rankles many skeptics of modern art. But the key to appreciating these...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 3/5/14

Humans have been studying earthquakes scientifically for about 2,000 years, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory geophysicist Dr. Klaus Jacob says, ever since Han...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 2/19/14

With apologies to the creators of a jukebox musical currently on Broadway, Carole King isn't the only one feeling the earth move under her feet. While severe weather...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 2/19/14

AIANY Executive Director Rick Bell, FAIA, rang in the opening of the New York Restoration Project’s (NYRP) EDGEucation Pavilion exhibition on 02.06.14 to a packed...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 1/22/14

The “Practical Utopias” exhibition programming concluded with a panel that discussed public space in Asia's particularly dense cities. Curator Jonathan Solomon, AIA,...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 1/8/14

On 12.11.13, following on the heels of the AIANY 2014 Board Inaugural, the Center for Architecture hosted “The Role of Engaged Learning in Building Better Cities,”...

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At the Center for Architecture | 1/8/14

The 2007 film Bird's Nest, directed by Christoph Schaub and Michael Schindhelm, follows architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron as they navigate Chinese culture...

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At the Center for Architecture | 12/18/13

As Miodrag Mitrasinovic, associate professor of Urbanism and Architecture at Parsons The New School for Design, pointed out at the 12.07.13 “Cultivating Engaged and...

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At the Center for Architecture | 12/18/13

Two mayors and a university professor met at the Center for Architecture on 12.12.13 to discuss the changing nature of cities in the wake of technological advances. The...

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At the Center for Architecture | 12/4/13

With a hearty salute to her staff (by name), a 200-page barrage of triumphal data assembled in one last publication, a lively conversation among current and outgoing...

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At the Center for Architecture | 12/4/13

The controversy over the fate of Istanbul’s Gezi Park provided the backdrop for protests that took everybody by surprise in late spring. At home, the unrest and the...

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At the Center for Architecture | 11/20/13

So what did you do on Saturday night? Perhaps not your usual weekend evening activity, on 11.16.13, a formidable group of academics, administrators, and education...

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At the Center for Architecture | 11/20/13

As the title suggests, “BEIRUT NOW | A Panel On Urban Landscape’s Conflicting Desires” was an evening of binary oppositions. Steeped in nostalgia, it contrasted...

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At the Center for Architecture | 11/6/13

Nine New York-based architects got together at the Center for Architecture to talk about the intersection of their small practices with work that takes them around the...

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At the Center for Architecture | 10/23/13

In advance of the Heritage Ball recognizing the Related Companies' Stephen Ross (among others), three architects whose major contributions are shaping the Hudson Yards...

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At the Center for Architecture | 10/23/13

For four days last week, New York City's Tribeca Cinemas became home to the fifth season of the Architecture & Design Film Festival, welcoming a diverse cross...

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At the Center for Architecture | 10/23/13

During Archtober, New York City hosts a marathon of architecture and design conferences, from Architectural Record’s Innovation Conference, to the Association for...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 10/9/13

On Thursday 10.03.13, Archtober’s Platinum Sponsor Dekton by Cosentino celebrated the opening of its exhibition “Surface Innovation: Redefining Boundaries of...

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At the Center for Architecture | 9/25/13

The AIA New York Chapter has three main goals: design excellence, professional development, and public outreach. Archtober fulfills all three, and goes above and beyond...

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At the Center for Architecture | 8/14/13

In a street market in Bangkok, the lives of two men – Ae, a former business manager turned earring salesman, and Niyom, a sugar cane vendor from the north –...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 7/24/13

In English y en Español On Thursday, 07.11.13, just nine days shy of Colombian Independence Day, visitors to the Center for Architecture were treated to a preview of...

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