In the News

In this issue: – Library Renovation Worth the Wait – New Life for an Old Brownstone – Two Designs for Supportive Housing – Healing Space for Physicians Organization – Venerable Surf Club Gets a Renovation and New Neighbors

Interior Design magazine’s Best of Year 2012 project winners include Miraval Life in Balance Spa with Clarins by Clodagh Design International (Honoree, Beauty/Spa/ Fitness); Jay Godfrey by MR Architecture + Decor (Honoree, Budget); Phillips de Pury Important Nordic Design Exhibition by Shelton, Mindel & Associates (Honoree, Exhibit/Installation); John Hopkins Clinical Building and Rush University Medical … Continue reading “”

In this issue: • Nation’s Capital Get New Welcome Mat • New Theater for the Theatre for a New Audience • Brooklyn Beauty Gets Restored • Back to School • Beachy Keen Pavilion and Comfort Station • A Room with a View Nation’s Capital Get New Welcome Mat Rendering courtesy HOK Amtrak has recently released … Continue reading “”

In this issue: • “In the Spirit of Music, Architecture Can Be a Vessel of Transcendence” for Cancer Patients • Green with Envy over a BMW Dealership • A Pool Pops-Up in Brooklyn • Moynihan Station Stays On Track • Back to School Preview “In the Spirit of Music, Architecture Can Be a Vessel of … Continue reading “”

AIA National Convention: Preview

Courtesy AIA Looking toward the 2010 AIA Convention: Design for the New Decade, in Miami, 06.10-12.10. Here is a list of events that may be of interest to AIANY members: Thurs, 06.10.10 Keynote Presentation, 8:15am-10am. “Building Design for the New Decade: The Role of Right-Brain Thinking in a Modern Economy.” Providers: AIA; McGraw-Hill Construction Speakers: … Continue reading “AIA National Convention: Preview”

Through 03.28.09 Dan Graham Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery Dan Graham is an artist who describes his work as a hybrid of sculpture and architecture. This exhibition will include six of Graham’s most recent pavilions including the latest Crazy Spheroid: Two Entrances 2009, as well as the stage set created for Japanther at Performa ’07. Marian … Continue reading “”

In this issue: · P.S.1 to Provide Shade, Sustenance · Parsons Student Work is On Public View · Where the Money is: Museum of American Finance Opens Downtown · Industrial Meets Green at Brooklyn Navy Yard · LTL Designs Arthouse at Jones Center · Holl in China: Chengdu Awaits Rockefeller-Sized Shopping Center · SHCA Plans … Continue reading “”