In the News

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In this issue:
Just Do It!: Studios Architecture-designed Nike’s NYC HQ Opens
A Library/Environmental Center Grows in Brooklyn: Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center by Marble Fairbanks
What a Wonderful World Expands: Louis Armstrong Museum’s Education Center by Caples Jefferson Architects
– Challenged by a Driverless Future: FXFOWLE Wins the Automated Vehicle Competition
The Forum in Formation: Columbia University Forum by Renzo Piano tops out Continue reading “In the News”

Names in the News

Nicholas Desbiens, AIA, LEED AP, has been promoted to Design Director at Marble Fairbanks. Jason Roberts, AIA, has been named Organization Director.

Caleb McKenzie, LC, IALDA, MIES, Principal at US Lighting Consultants, has been named President of the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IESNYC).

Peter Pran, FAIA, Co-founder and Partner of Peter Pran + H Architects, passed away.

New Deadlines

07.17.17: Call for Entries: Urban SOS: hOUR City – Sponsored by Van Alen Institute, 100 Resilient Cities, and AECOM

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 Application Form

08.01.17: Call for Entries: Northeastern Lumber Manufacturers Association 2017 Sustainable Versatility Student Design Competition Continue reading “New Deadlines”

In the News

In this issue:
Like an Open Book: Mecanoo & BBB lead NYPL’s Mid-Manhattan Library Renovation
Creating Cultural Exchange: DS+R design Juilliard School in Tianjin, China
Aging in Nature: Handel Architects-designed luxury senior living under construction
A City Within a District: AWA’s first Asia project is Uniqlo City
Sewage for Good Use: Prospect Park transforms Wellhouse into a composting comfort station
Pinwheels with a Purpose: ReddyMade Design and Area4 celebrate Prospect Park’s 150th Anniversary Continue reading “In the News”

In the News

In this issue:
– Expand, Enhance, Experience: DS+R’s MoMA renovation updates revealed
– Into the Woods of High Surveillance
: A Herzog and de Meuron and Ai Wei Wei collaboration
– Dimes for your Thoughts: Fogarty Finger turns bank into mixed use development
– Building Meets the Challenge of Training Future Nurses: CO|FXFOWLE’s Columbia School of Nursing
Designed with Yacht Owners in Mind: HWKN’s Wharf Marina Continue reading “In the News”

Names in the News

The Core77 Design Awards 2017 recognized projects by NYC-based firms, including A/D/O by nARCHITECTS and the Museum of the City of New York’s “New York at its Core” exhibition by Studio Joseph, Local Projects, and Pentagram…The American Society of Landscape Architects 2017 honors recipients include NYC-based Jannette Sadik-Khan, former Commissioner of the NYC Department of Transportation (LaGasse Medal – Non-Landscape Professional); the Central Park Conservancy (Medal of Excellence); and Mitchell Silver, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation (Honorary Member). Continue reading “Names in the News”

New Deadlines

06.19.17: Request for Proposals: Gateways to Chinatown, sponsored by Van Alen Institute, Chinatown Partnership, and the NYC Department of Transportation

06.20.17: Request for Proposals: Design Trust for Public Space’s Public for All: Rethinking Shared Space in NYC

07.17.17: Call for Entries: AECOM/Van Alen Institute/100 Resilient Cities Urban SOS – hOUR City

06.27.16: Call for Entries: 2017 AIA I Look Up Film Challenge: Blueprint for Better Continue reading “New Deadlines”

In the News

– The Shed In Front of Itself: DS+R/Rockwell Group’s The Shed to open Spring 2019
Medical Miracles Made in Manhattan: New York Stem Cell Foundation relocates to Ennead-designed facility
Energy-Efficient Retrofit for Challenging Building Stock: Snøhetta and Skanska retrofit Harvard Center for Green Buildings
A New Waterfront Community Rises: Updates on the Domino Sugar site
– Design for Public Good: Parsons School of Design builds pavilion in East Harlem community garden Continue reading “In the News”