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Bringing New York City Back to the Future: Students and faculty move in to Cornell Tech
Never Built in a City that Never Sleeps: “Never Built New York” exhibition opens at Queens Museum
Clear Solution for Affordable Housing: Crystal Towers by DeLaCour, Ferrara & Church tops out
Back to School for Architects, Planners, and Designers: Ennead designs new home for Kansas State University APDesign
Perspective on Main Street: Snarkitecture’s Playhouse provides immersive environment at Exhibit Columbus Continue reading “In the News”

In the News

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Avant-Garde Film Mecca Expands: LPC gives green light to Anthology Film Archives expansion by Bone/Levine Architects
Book Marked: Kew Gardens Hills branch library by WorkAC to open
The White City’s New White Tower: Richard Meier’s Rothschild Tower opens in Israel
Lucky Lifestyle: Lynch Eisinger Design Architects design three-generation home in Queens Continue reading “In the News”

Names in the News

AIA New York State’s annual Design Awards winners included NYC-based St. Ann’s Warehouse by Marvel Architects; the National September 11 Memorial Museum by Davis Brody Bond; Bergdorf Goodman by MNA; Dior Seoul, Southampton House, and Hublot Fifth Avenue by Peter Marino Architect; the Novartis Oncology Building and Kent State Center for Architecture and Environmental Design by WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism; Baccarat Hotel & Residences, FBI Biometric Technology Center, and the Center for Character and Leadership Development by Skidmore, Owings & Merril; Cummins Indy Distribution Headquarters by Deborah Berke Partners; the Arizona State University Beus Center for Law and Society and Vassar College Bridge for Laboratory Sciences by Ennead Architects; Perry World House by 1100 Architect; Duke West Union District Bridge/Pavilion by Architecture Operations D.P.C; Josai i-House Dormitory by Studio SUMO; the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics by Studio Libeskind; VIA 57 West by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group; Michigan Lake House by Desai Chia Architecture; Bar House by Audrey Matlock Architect; De Maria Pavilion by Gluckman Tang; Maker Park by STUDIO V Architecture; and Southwest Brooklyn plan by AECOM. Continue reading “Names in the News”

In the News

In this issue:
Right On Track and Ahead of Schedule: Cuomo announces construction of SOM-designed Moynihan Train Hall
Believe it. This Project is in New York City: CetraRuddy creates beachfront community in the Rockaways
Rezoning for Residential: Ground broken for MAP’s Martin Luther King Plaza
Aggressively Going Passive: Handel Architects and DLANDstudio team up on country’s largest passive house project
Spanish Colonial Arches Reinterpreted as 21st-Century Airport Gateways: CAZA Architects designs Cartagena airport
Is it a Work of Public Art, a Pavilion, or an Amphitheater?: MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY designs Chrysalis Amphiteater Continue reading “In the News”

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A House That’s a Living Part of a Park: Kiss + Cathcart designs Bronx River House
If You Build it, They Will Come: Four firms redevelop Newark’s Bears Stadium site
A Beautiful Day in this Neighborhood: ODA Creates Small-Town Community Atmosphere in Park Slope
Saving a Piece of a Palace: Pei Cobb Freed’s Flushing Square incorporates old movie palace foyer and lobby
The Future of Four Corridors: RPA unveils winners of Fourth Regional Plan design competition Continue reading “In the News”

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– The Bronx is Up!: O’Neill McVoy Architects Starts Construction on the Bronx Children’s Museum
– African Surgical Facility Goes Off-the-Grid: Kliment Halsband Architects Designs a Prototype
Theatrical Architecture: Alexander Gorlin Architects Creates a Scene
Reinventing the Seine: SO-IL Collaborates on a New Social Node for Paris
– Jailbreak: Van Alen Institute Releases Report on Justice Hubs and Rehabilitative Jail Infrastructure
Your Name in Lights: LOT-EK Creates an Illuminating Welcome Continue reading “In the News”

New Deadlines

07.31.17: Call for Entries: Urban Environment Design Magazine’s UIA HYP Cup 2017 International Student Competition in Architectural Design – Transformation and Reconquest

07.31.17: Call for Applications: The New York Preservation Archive Project 2017 Archival Assistance Fund

08.01.17: Call for Entries: Northeastern Lumber Manufacturers Association 2017 Sustainable Versatility Student Design Competition

08.01.17: Call for Presentation Proposals: AIA Conference on Architecture 2018 (A’18) Continue reading “New Deadlines”