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08.13.12: Joshua David, co-founder of Friends of the High Line, presented the book High Line: The Inside Story of New York City’s Park in the Sky as part of the Oculus Book Talk series. He co-authored the book with Robert Hammond.

(l-r) AIANY Board Director for Publications Guy Geier, FAIA; Joshua David; and AIANY 2012 President Joseph Aliotta, AIA, LEED AP

Daniel Fox

David signs books after the event.

Daniel Fox

08.14.12: “Maps to Apps – The Digital Cityscape,” at the Center for Architecture examined cultureNOW’s survey of Boston through the lens of its Museum Without Walls iPhone app.

Abby Suckle, FAIA, introduces the program.

Daniel Fox

07.23.12: Hennessy, in promoting its launch of a limited edition V.S. bottle designed by street artist Futura, partnered with Pratt Institute in a competition that challenged a select group of eight art and design students and recent graduates to produce work that illustrates the theme of the “Wild Rabbit,” or the inner drive that pushes people to the limits of their potential.

(l-r) Judges Billy Paretti (Hennessy), Harry Allen, and Jennifer Yu (Hennessy), with recent graduate Michael Cook and his winning work, competition mentor and judge Futura, and faculty advisor and judge Jeff Bellantoni.

Rene Pérez

Cook’s winning sculpture and video project.

Rene Pérez

08.08-08.11.12: The CACE (Council of Architectural Component Executives) Annual Meeting was convened in Seattle, WA. Workshops, discussions, and tours were designed to provide component executives and staff with knowledge and ideas to more effectively manage chapters and serve members. Read more about CACE 2012 in this issue of e-Oculus here.

Rico Quirindongo, AIA, President, AIA Seattle, and Amy Sabin, Assistant Director, AIA Portland, on the dock of the Wooden Boat Center, Lake Union.

Rick Bell, FAIA

Laura Marlow, Robert Ivy, FAIA, and Margaret Montgomery, AIA, of NBBJ, descending one of the open stairs at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters.

Rick Bell, FAIA

(l-r) Rick Bell, FAIA, Mary Burke, FAIA, and Leonard Kady, AIA, Chair of the AIA Small Practitioners Knowledge Community, at Olympic Sculpture Park opening reception.

Rick Bell, FAIA

The AIA Seattle Resource Center for Architecture at 1911 First Avenue.

Rick Bell, FAIA

Seattle Art Museum installation of “Inopportune: Stage One,” 2004, by Cai Guo-Qiang.

Rick Bell, FAIA

The Seattle Central Library, designed by OMA/LMN.

Rick Bell, FAIA

08.14.12: Screening of Modern Tide at Cook + Fox

At a screening of “Modern Tide: Midcentury Architecture on Long Island,” directed by Jake Gorst, grandson of Andrew Geller, at the offices of Cook + Fox. The film made its New York premier at the Center for Architecture on 06.07.12. The film explores the work of the region’s best postwar architects and designers and can be viewed online at https://vimeo.com/37028699.

Rob Cleary/Cook + Fox

Jake Gorst and Richard Cook, FAIA, Cook + Fox partner, on the firm’s rooftop garden. The firm is in the early stages of moving and restoring the original Andrew Geller’s Pearlroth/Double Diamond House and designing a new, seperate one for the Pearlroth family.

Rob Cleary/Cook + Fox

(l to r) Cook + Fox architects Luca Baraldo, Heidi Theunissen, and Tomoko Akiba harvesting honey from the firm’s rooftop beehive for guests before of the screening.

Rob Cleary/Cook + Fox