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This year’s sold-out Heritage Ball 2007 recognized Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg; George H. Miller, FAIA; Joan K. Davidson, Hon. AIA; and Architecture for Humanity. The party took place October 11 at Chelsea Piers, followed by the Party@theCenter at the Center for Architecture.

Heritage Ball

Joan Blumenfeld, FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP, 2007 AIANY president, with past Chapter presidents Mark Ginsberg, FAIA, and George Miller, FAIA, AIA vice president.

Kristen Richards

Heritage Ball

(l-r):Jim Sawyer, AIA; Abby Suckle, FAIA; Frank Sanchez; Beth Greenberg, AIA.

Kristen Richards

The fifth annual openhousenewyork took place October 6-7. The AIANY Emerging NY Architects Committee hosted two site tours to celebrate the launch of the third biennial international ideas competition, South Street Seaport: Re-envisioning the Urban Edge. One tour was of the current site at South Street, and the other was of Southpoint on Roosevelt Island, site of the 2006 competition Southpoint: from Ruin to Rejuvenation.

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Joel Melton (center) points toward Pier 17, site of possible luxury high-rise condos in the future and adjacent to the site of the current ENYA competition.

Jessica Sheridan

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Sean Rasmussen (left) indicates that the site of the old Fulton Fish Market, which may be incorporated into proposals for the competition.

Jessica Sheridan

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Carolyn Sponza, AIA, (white shirt, brown skirt) in front of the Renwick Smallpox Hospital. She presented competition boards as well as plans by Wallace Roberts & Todd with weisz + yoes architecture for Southpoint’s future.

Jessica Sheridan

Interior architects and architects celebrate together at the opening of Architecture Inside/Out at the Center for Architecture, September 19.

Architecture Inside/Out

(l-r): David Kohn, David Aarons, and Richard Aarons of AFD Contract Furniture; Rick Bell, FAIA, AIANY Executive Director.

Sam Lahoz