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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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At the Center for Architecture | 7/24/13

On 07.08.13, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed Raymund Ryan about his latest book White Cube, Green Maze: New Art Landscapes, published by...

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At the Center for Architecture | 7/24/13

Raymund Ryan sets out to illustrate the demise of the heroic museum in his recent book White Cube, Green Maze: New Art Landscapes. As he takes us through a variety of...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 7/10/13

Low-rise, high-density housing – a topic much explored recently at the Center for Architecture through the just-closed exhibition “Low Rise High Density” – is...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 6/27/13

The new “FitNation” exhibition at the Center for Architecture highlights 33 projects in 18 cities that exemplify the range of creativity that active design elicits....

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 6/12/13

One of the Center for Architecture’s current exhibitions “Low Rise High Density” has attracted some critical dialogue around a housing typology that inspired...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 5/15/13

Each chair at the 05.03.13 “Future of the City” exhibition preview at the Center for Architecture – presented as a part of the IDEAS CITY Festival – was loaded...

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At the Center for Architecture, Exhibitions | 5/1/13

“I hope this exhibition gets people talking more about a housing type that’s built a lot but not discussed very much, so we can have better housing in the United...

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At the Center for Architecture | 4/18/13

Interdisciplinary exchange is a natural way of working among architects and allied design professionals, but in many realms it represents more of an ideal than a...

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At the Center for Architecture | 3/20/13

The Invisible Architect Marvin Mass, PE with Janet Adams Strong, Ph.D Piloti Press for Cosentini Associates, a TetraTech Company, 2012 In 1989, when Marvin Mass,...

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At the Center for Architecture | 3/6/13

To celebrate Grand Central Terminal's centennial, on 02.13.13, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed John Belle (FAIA, RIBA, and Hon. PhD) on his book...

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At the Center for Architecture | 2/20/13

Popular culture has grown increasingly more defined by names with celebrity status and punctuated in the media and the arts by gratuitous repetition. There is, however,...

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