06.26.15: Anne Priol and Mica Smadja brought to life the letters between architect-designer Eileen Gray and architect-critic Mica Smadja in the performance E1027: Design for Living, directed by artist Elizabeth Lennard and organized by the Center for Architecture with support from the Graham Foundation, Trustees Brooks Adams and Lisa Liebmann of the Herman Liebmann Foundation, and the French Ministry of Culture and Communications.
06.24.15: AIANY President Tomas Rossant, AIA, spoke at the 2nd Annual Architecture Forum Perspective USA, sponsored by The Plan magazine, at the Waldorf Astoria.
06.23.15: John Cetra, AIA, Founding Principal, CetraRuddy Architecture, presented One Madison at the 2015 AIANY Housing Awards Symposium. The Symposium honored five projects, selected by jurors Philip Casey, Tom Kundig, FAIA, Nancy Ludwig, FAIA, Michael Maltzin, and Michael Sorkin, for design excellence and innovation in multifamily housing design.
06.18.15: The AIANY Oculus Committee hosted Timber in the City Editor Andy Bernheimer, AIA, NCARB, Partner, Bernheimer Architecture and co-Writer Alan Organschi, Partner, Gray Organschi Architecture. Bernheimer and Organschi presented the groundbreaking work exploring the innovative use of mass timber technologies as well as designs drawn from the Timber in the City Competition.
06.18.15: Francesca Bettridge, Michael Hennes, and Renata Gallo of Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design and Ed Pulver of ESI Design received a 2015 Lumen Award of Merit in lighting design for 330 Hudson Street Lobby at the 47th Annual IESNYC Lumen Gala.
06.18.15: Paul Marantz, Founder and Consulting Design Principal of Fisher Marantz Stone, accepted a 2015 Lumen Award of Merit in lighting design for The National September 11 Memorial Museum at the 47th Annual IESNYC Lumen Awards.
06.18.15: Charles Pavarini III and Lana Lenar of zeroLUX lighting design received a Lumen Award of Citation for Falling Sticks, a light installation in Kansas City, MO, at the 47th Annual IESNYC Lumen Gala in New York City.
06.15.15: Robert Wall, Wazir Khan, Sam Currie, Marc Gee, Peter Gluck, and Stephane Derveaux of GLUCK+ celebrated at the Opening of the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning in Crotona Park in the South Bronx. The Center, reaching an estimated 30,000 children and youth, was designed and constructed by GLUCK+ with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation.