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Parents can sleep while the kids play in this amazing multi-level master bedroom

The owners commissioned Ruetemple to design an unusual master bedroom inside their summer house in Russia. They came up with a design that keeps everyone happy. The room now has a large podium for the bed, with two upper levels and a staircase for the kids. Related: “My Space” by Liya Mairson is a Pop-Up Cardboard Playroom For Kids "The family comes to their summer house for the weekend and, like all working people, they dream of having a good sleep on Saturday and Sunday after a hard...

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9 fun things you can do during Earth Hour!

Candlelight dinner via Shutterstock Have a candle-lit dinner using menus from celebrity chefs Celebrate the hour with your partner, friends or family and have a candlelit dinner with your own tasty dishes based on WWF’s Livewell principles, which has

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Incredible edible landscape map shows you where to find free food

Fruit is abundant if you know where to look. Remnants of old orchards sprout through concrete jungles and along rural roadsides. Falling Fruit, a massive collaborative mapping project, provides fruity foragers with the tools they need to track down a nutritious snack. Beyond satisfying the hunger pangs of the present, Falling Fruit provides individuals and communities with a resource through which they can build resilience in the long term. Through the contributions of people all over the world,...

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Columbia University Medical Center: CUMC Campus

Columbia University Medical Center New York, Washington Heights Architecture, CUMC Building

Columbia University Medical Center, New York

CUMC Campus Building, Northern Manhattan – design by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, architects

Mar 25, 2017

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University

2017 AIANY Design Awards Overall Winner

BEST IN COMPETITION

Project: The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University
photograph : Iwan Bann

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Executive Architect: Gensler
Landscape Architect: SCAPE

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York City
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Award for The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York City

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York
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The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York
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17 Jul 2012

Columbia University Medical Center New York

Columbia University Medical Center Unveils Design for New Medical and Graduate Education Building

Design: Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Gensler

Building design led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

New York, NY – Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) recently announced plans for a new, state-of-the-art medical and graduate education building on the CUMC campus in the Washington Heights community of Northern Manhattan. The new building, with a design led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Gensler as executive architect, is a 14-story facility that incorporates technologically advanced classrooms, collaboration spaces, and a modern simulation center, all reflecting how medicine is and will be taught, learned, and practiced in the 21st century.

Columbia University Medical Center Columbia University New Medical and Graduate Education Building New York Columbia University Medical Center New York Columbia University Medical Center Building
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Construction of this new building is supported by a lead gift of $50 million from P. Roy Vagelos, M.D., a distinguished alumnus of Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S), and his wife, Diana Vagelos. This gift was announced in September 2010.

The building will become an important landmark to the skyline of Northern Manhattan – as it will be visible from the nearby George Washington Bridge and Riverside Park. Construction is expected to begin in early 2013 and will take approximately 42 months.

“The new building provides upgraded education facilities that reflect the eminence of one of the top medical schools in the world. Both the building and the newly created green space that will surround it will also revitalize our campus in ways that will benefit both our medical center and the entire community,” said Lee Goldman, M.D., dean of the faculties of health sciences and medicine at CUMC and executive vice president for health and biomedical sciences at Columbia University.

Located on existing Columbia property on Haven Avenue between West 171st and West 172nd Streets, the Medical and Graduate Education Building will be used by students from all four CUMC schools (P&S, Nursing, Dental Medicine and the Mailman School of Public Health), and the biomedical departments of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Its high-tech medical simulation center, which will allow hands-on learning in realistic settings, will transform the way CUMC trains health professionals in medicine, dentistry, and nursing, as well as how practicing physicians maintain their clinical skills and learn new techniques.

“The new building will have the best possible design that is attractive, comfortable, and appropriate for the intense kind of education that our students receive,” said Dr. Vagelos, a 1954 graduate of P&S, and former chairman and CEO of Merck & Co. Inc. He is chairman of the CUMC’s Board of Visitors and Defining the Future Campaign “The formal learning space will have state-of-the-art electronics that facilitate the delivery of information to students. In addition, there will be space where the students can informally interact and work as teams – reflecting our new curriculum which emphasizes team-based learning. And there will also be space to relax and have coffee. It will incorporate every aspect of medical and graduate education – updated in a modern, environmentally responsible way.”

The design weaves together areas for study and other activities. It features technology-enabled classrooms; a state-of-the-art medical simulation center that will replicate clinics, operating rooms and other real world medical environments; innovative learning facilities for both collaboration and quiet study; an auditorium and event areas with integrated technology; centralized student support services; student lounges and cafés; and multiple purpose outdoor spaces, including a terrace with views of the Hudson River.

The “Study Cascade” is the principle design strategy of the building – a network of social and study spaces distributed across oversized landings along an intricate 14-story stair. The Study Cascade creates a single interconnected space the height of the building, stretching from the ground floor lobby to the top of the building, and conducive to collaborative, team-based learning and teaching. The “Study Cascade” interiors are complemented by a distributed network of south-facing outdoor “rooms” and terraces that are clad with cement panels and wood. While the “Study Cascade” provides an organizational strategy for the building’s interior, it is also an urban gesture that, with its glass façade, aims to become a visual landmark at the northern limit of Columbia University’s medical campus. The northern face of the building houses space for classrooms, clinical simulation and administration and support.

Columbia University Medical Center Columbia University New Medical and Graduate Education Building New York Columbia University Medical Center New York Columbia University Medical Center Building
images from Diller Scofidio + Renfro

“The new Medical and Graduate Education Building will be the social and academic anchor of the CUMC campus,” said Elizabeth Diller, principal-in-charge of the project Diller Scofidio + Renfro. “Spaces for education and socializing are intertwined to encourage new forms of collaborative learning among students and faculty.”

“The architecture of the (campus) revitalization program is really powerful and brings medical students, dental students, graduate students all together and makes us feel more like we are part of the community,” said Kally Pan, a doctoral candidate in P&S and a member of a student committee that participated in the design process.

The Medical and Graduate Education Building incorporates green design and building techniques that will create a welcoming environment and contribute to the long-term sustainability of the entire neighborhood. The University is planning the building to meet LEED-Gold standards for sustainability. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is a national design standard for green buildings and sustainability which is administered by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

For more than two centuries, Columbia University has been a premier destination for medical education, training generations of outstanding physicians and scientists. It was the first medical school in the United States to award the M.D. degree in 1770. The new building is intended to keep Columbia at the forefront of innovations in medical and graduate science education.

Columbia University Medical Center provides international leadership in basic, pre-clinical and clinical research, in medical and health sciences education, and in patient care. The medical center trains future leaders and includes the dedicated work of many physicians, scientists, public health professionals, dentists, and nurses at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Mailman School of Public Health, the College of Dental Medicine, the School of Nursing, the biomedical departments of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and allied research centers and institutions. Established in 1767, Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons was the first institution in the country to grant the M.D. degree and is among the most selective medical schools in the country. Columbia University Medical Center is home to the largest medical research enterprise in New York City and State and one of the largest in the United States. http://ift.tt/KWOQDh.

Diller Scofidio + Renfro is an interdisciplinary design studio that integrates architecture, the visual arts, and the performing arts. Based in New York City, the 100-person studio is led by three partners – Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio, and Charles Renfro – who work collaboratively on the design of each project in the studio. In 1999, the MacArthur Foundation presented Ms. Diller and Mr. Scofidio with the ‘Genius’ Fellowship for their commitment to integrating architecture with issues of contemporary culture. Selected projects include: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, comprised of the redesign of Alice Tully Hall and the expansion of the Juilliard School, New York City; the High Line Park, New York City; the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Brown University’s Creative Arts Center, Providence; Blur Building, Switzerland; The Broad Museum, Los Angeles; the Museum of Image & Sound, Rio de Janeiro; the Hirshhorn Museum Seasonal Inflatable Pavilion, Washington D.C; and Columbia Business School on the Manhattanville campus, New York City.

Columbia University Medical Center images / information from Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Gensler


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New York Architecture Walking Tours
New York Architecture
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Columbia University Buildings – Selection

Columbia University Extension, West Harlem
Renzo Piano Building Workshop with SOM
Manhattan Development
image from architect

Columbia University Extension Building

Northwest Corner Building, Columbia University, NYC
José Rafael Moneo
Northwest Corner Building Columbia
photo : Michael Moran

Columbia University Northwest Corner Building

Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture

Campbell Sports Center Columbia

Columbia Business School

New York Architecture
Museum of Contemporary Art New York
photo from architect

New York Architecture News

New York Architects

George Washington Bridge Bus Station Building Renovation, Northern Manhattan, New York, NY
Design: Dr. Pier Luigi Nervi
George Washington Bridge Bus Station
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Northern Manhattan Building

New York State Architecture




New York Architecture – Selection

One World Trade Center
One World Trade Center New York
picture : Wrightstyle

New York City Center
Ennead Architects
City Center New York
image © Aislinn Weidele/Ennead Architects

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Columbia University Medical Center: CUMC Campus

Columbia University Medical Center New York, Washington Heights Architecture, CUMC Building

Columbia University Medical Center, New York

CUMC Campus Building, Northern Manhattan – design by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, architects

Mar 25, 2017

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University

2017 AIANY Design Awards Overall Winner

BEST IN COMPETITION

Project: The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University
photograph : Iwan Bann

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Executive Architect: Gensler
Landscape Architect: SCAPE

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York City
photo : Iwan Bann

Award for The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York City

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York
photo : Iwan Bann

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York
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17 Jul 2012

Columbia University Medical Center New York

Columbia University Medical Center Unveils Design for New Medical and Graduate Education Building

Design: Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Gensler

Building design led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

New York, NY – Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) recently announced plans for a new, state-of-the-art medical and graduate education building on the CUMC campus in the Washington Heights community of Northern Manhattan. The new building, with a design led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Gensler as executive architect, is a 14-story facility that incorporates technologically advanced classrooms, collaboration spaces, and a modern simulation center, all reflecting how medicine is and will be taught, learned, and practiced in the 21st century.

Columbia University Medical Center Columbia University New Medical and Graduate Education Building New York Columbia University Medical Center New York Columbia University Medical Center Building
images from Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Construction of this new building is supported by a lead gift of $50 million from P. Roy Vagelos, M.D., a distinguished alumnus of Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S), and his wife, Diana Vagelos. This gift was announced in September 2010.

The building will become an important landmark to the skyline of Northern Manhattan – as it will be visible from the nearby George Washington Bridge and Riverside Park. Construction is expected to begin in early 2013 and will take approximately 42 months.

“The new building provides upgraded education facilities that reflect the eminence of one of the top medical schools in the world. Both the building and the newly created green space that will surround it will also revitalize our campus in ways that will benefit both our medical center and the entire community,” said Lee Goldman, M.D., dean of the faculties of health sciences and medicine at CUMC and executive vice president for health and biomedical sciences at Columbia University.

Located on existing Columbia property on Haven Avenue between West 171st and West 172nd Streets, the Medical and Graduate Education Building will be used by students from all four CUMC schools (P&S, Nursing, Dental Medicine and the Mailman School of Public Health), and the biomedical departments of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Its high-tech medical simulation center, which will allow hands-on learning in realistic settings, will transform the way CUMC trains health professionals in medicine, dentistry, and nursing, as well as how practicing physicians maintain their clinical skills and learn new techniques.

“The new building will have the best possible design that is attractive, comfortable, and appropriate for the intense kind of education that our students receive,” said Dr. Vagelos, a 1954 graduate of P&S, and former chairman and CEO of Merck & Co. Inc. He is chairman of the CUMC’s Board of Visitors and Defining the Future Campaign “The formal learning space will have state-of-the-art electronics that facilitate the delivery of information to students. In addition, there will be space where the students can informally interact and work as teams – reflecting our new curriculum which emphasizes team-based learning. And there will also be space to relax and have coffee. It will incorporate every aspect of medical and graduate education – updated in a modern, environmentally responsible way.”

The design weaves together areas for study and other activities. It features technology-enabled classrooms; a state-of-the-art medical simulation center that will replicate clinics, operating rooms and other real world medical environments; innovative learning facilities for both collaboration and quiet study; an auditorium and event areas with integrated technology; centralized student support services; student lounges and cafés; and multiple purpose outdoor spaces, including a terrace with views of the Hudson River.

The “Study Cascade” is the principle design strategy of the building – a network of social and study spaces distributed across oversized landings along an intricate 14-story stair. The Study Cascade creates a single interconnected space the height of the building, stretching from the ground floor lobby to the top of the building, and conducive to collaborative, team-based learning and teaching. The “Study Cascade” interiors are complemented by a distributed network of south-facing outdoor “rooms” and terraces that are clad with cement panels and wood. While the “Study Cascade” provides an organizational strategy for the building’s interior, it is also an urban gesture that, with its glass façade, aims to become a visual landmark at the northern limit of Columbia University’s medical campus. The northern face of the building houses space for classrooms, clinical simulation and administration and support.

Columbia University Medical Center Columbia University New Medical and Graduate Education Building New York Columbia University Medical Center New York Columbia University Medical Center Building
images from Diller Scofidio + Renfro

“The new Medical and Graduate Education Building will be the social and academic anchor of the CUMC campus,” said Elizabeth Diller, principal-in-charge of the project Diller Scofidio + Renfro. “Spaces for education and socializing are intertwined to encourage new forms of collaborative learning among students and faculty.”

“The architecture of the (campus) revitalization program is really powerful and brings medical students, dental students, graduate students all together and makes us feel more like we are part of the community,” said Kally Pan, a doctoral candidate in P&S and a member of a student committee that participated in the design process.

The Medical and Graduate Education Building incorporates green design and building techniques that will create a welcoming environment and contribute to the long-term sustainability of the entire neighborhood. The University is planning the building to meet LEED-Gold standards for sustainability. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is a national design standard for green buildings and sustainability which is administered by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

For more than two centuries, Columbia University has been a premier destination for medical education, training generations of outstanding physicians and scientists. It was the first medical school in the United States to award the M.D. degree in 1770. The new building is intended to keep Columbia at the forefront of innovations in medical and graduate science education.

Columbia University Medical Center provides international leadership in basic, pre-clinical and clinical research, in medical and health sciences education, and in patient care. The medical center trains future leaders and includes the dedicated work of many physicians, scientists, public health professionals, dentists, and nurses at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Mailman School of Public Health, the College of Dental Medicine, the School of Nursing, the biomedical departments of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and allied research centers and institutions. Established in 1767, Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons was the first institution in the country to grant the M.D. degree and is among the most selective medical schools in the country. Columbia University Medical Center is home to the largest medical research enterprise in New York City and State and one of the largest in the United States. http://ift.tt/KWOQDh.

Diller Scofidio + Renfro is an interdisciplinary design studio that integrates architecture, the visual arts, and the performing arts. Based in New York City, the 100-person studio is led by three partners – Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio, and Charles Renfro – who work collaboratively on the design of each project in the studio. In 1999, the MacArthur Foundation presented Ms. Diller and Mr. Scofidio with the ‘Genius’ Fellowship for their commitment to integrating architecture with issues of contemporary culture. Selected projects include: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, comprised of the redesign of Alice Tully Hall and the expansion of the Juilliard School, New York City; the High Line Park, New York City; the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Brown University’s Creative Arts Center, Providence; Blur Building, Switzerland; The Broad Museum, Los Angeles; the Museum of Image & Sound, Rio de Janeiro; the Hirshhorn Museum Seasonal Inflatable Pavilion, Washington D.C; and Columbia Business School on the Manhattanville campus, New York City.

Columbia University Medical Center images / information from Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Gensler


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New York Architecture Walking Tours
New York Architecture
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Columbia University Buildings – Selection

Columbia University Extension, West Harlem
Renzo Piano Building Workshop with SOM
Manhattan Development
image from architect

Columbia University Extension Building

Northwest Corner Building, Columbia University, NYC
José Rafael Moneo
Northwest Corner Building Columbia
photo : Michael Moran

Columbia University Northwest Corner Building

Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture

Campbell Sports Center Columbia

Columbia Business School

New York Architecture
Museum of Contemporary Art New York
photo from architect

New York Architecture News

New York Architects

George Washington Bridge Bus Station Building Renovation, Northern Manhattan, New York, NY
Design: Dr. Pier Luigi Nervi
George Washington Bridge Bus Station
image from architects

Northern Manhattan Building

New York State Architecture




New York Architecture – Selection

One World Trade Center
One World Trade Center New York
picture : Wrightstyle

New York City Center
Ennead Architects
City Center New York
image © Aislinn Weidele/Ennead Architects

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AIA New York Honor Awards 2017 Winners

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AIA New York Honor Awards 2017 Winners

American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, USA: Buildings + Architects

Mar 25, 2017

2017 AIANY Design Awards Winners

2017 AIANY Design Awards Winners

35 winning projects

The projects will be further recognized at the Center for Architecture in the 2017 Design Awards exhibition, on view April 21 through June 20, 2017.

Additionally, all winners will be celebrated at the Honors and Awards Luncheon on April 21 at Cipriani Wall Street.

BEST IN COMPETITION

Project: The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University
The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University
photograph courtesy of architects
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Executive Architect: Gensler
Landscape Architect: SCAPE

ARCHITECTURE

HONORS

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University
The Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center New York City
photo courtesy of architects
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Executive Architect: Gensler
Landscape Architect: SCAPE

De Maria Pavilion
Location: Bridgehampton, NY
Architect: Gluckman Tang Architects
Landscape Architect: LaGuardia Design Group

University of Iowa Visual Arts Building
Location: Iowa City, IA
Architect: Steven Holl Architects
Associate Architect: BNIM

MERITS

East Side Lofts
Location: Frankfurt, Germany
Architect: 1100 Architect

SculptureCenter
Location: Long Island City, NY
Architect: Andrew Berman Architect

Cummins Indy Distribution Headquarters
Location: Indianapolis, INArchitect: Deborah Berke Partners
Architect-of-Record: RATIO
Landscape Architect: DAVID RUBIN Land Collective

Restoration and Renovation of the Rotunda at the University of Virginia
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Preservation Architect: John G. Waite Associates, Architects
Landscape Architect: OLIN

Tozzer Anthropology Building, Harvard University
Location: Cambridge, MA
Architect: Kennedy & Violich Architecture
Landscape Architect: Richard Burck Associates

A/D/O
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: nARCHITECTS

Public Safety Answering Center II
Location: Bronx, NY
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Shear House (Environment Sensitive Typology)
Location: Kyung Buk (Yecheon), Korea
Architect: stpmj Architecture

Asia Society Hong Kong Center
Location: Hong Kong, China
Architect: Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners
Associate Architect – Core and Shell: AGD Design
Associate Architect – Interiors: Associated Architects
Landscape Architect: ADI Limited

Kim and Tritton Residence Halls, Haverford College
Location: Haverford, PA
Architect: Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners
Landscape Architect: Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects

Stealth Building
Location: New York, NY
Architect: WORK Architecture Company
Restoration Architect: CTS Group Architecture/Planning

INTERIORS

HONORS

Squarespace Global Headquarters
Location: New York, NY
Architect: A+I

Dwana Smallwood Performing Arts Center
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture

Diane L. Max Health Center: Planned Parenthood Queens
Location: Long Island City, NY
Architect: Stephen Yablon Architecture

MERITS

The Met Breuer Restoration
Location: New York, NY
Restoration Architect: Beyer Blinder Belle
Architectural Conservator: Cultural Heritage Conservation
Landscape Architects: Vogt Landscape Architects with Future Green Studio

Maple Street School
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architects: BFDO Architects and 4 | MATIV
Architect-of-Record: Marvel Architects

Brooklyn Heights Interim Library
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: LEVENBETTS

New Lab at the Brooklyn Navy Yard
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: Marvel Architects
Concept Design and Interior Design: Macro-Sea

Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Decorator Show House Installation
Location: New York, NY
Architect: SPAN Architecture

One Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza
Location: New York, NY
Architect: STUDIOS Architecture

PROJECTS

HONORS

Pierre Chareau: Modern Architecture and Design, The Jewish Museum
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Penn Palimpsest
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Practice for Architecture and Urbanism

New York at Its Core, Museum of the City of New York
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Studio Joseph
Media Designer: Local Projects
Graphic Designer: Pentagram

MERITS

Re-Envisioning Branch Libraries Design Study
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Andrew Berman Architect

Isla Rhizolith | Rhizolith Island
Location: Isla Grande, Cartagena, Colombia
Architect: APTUM ARCHITECTURE

The Lima Art Museum New Contemporary Art Wing
Location: Lima, Peru
Architect: Efficiency Lab for Architecture

XXX Times Square with Love
XXX Times Square with Love in New York City
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Location: New York, NY
Architect: J. Mayer H. und Partner, Architekten

NASA Orbit Pavilion
Location: San Marino, CA
Architect: StudioKCA

URBAN DESIGN

MERITS

The Gowanus Canal Sponge Park Pilot
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: DLANDstudio Architecture + Landscape Architecture

New York City Housing Authority Red Hook Houses – Sandy Resiliency & Renewal Program
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Landscape Architect: OLIN

Buckhead Park Over GA400
Location: Atlanta, GA
Architect: ROGERS PARTNERS Architects + Urban Designers
Landscape Architect: Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects

Maker Park
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Architect: Studio V Architecture
Landscape Architect: Ken Smith Workshop

About AIA New York Chapter
The AIA New York Chapter is the oldest and largest chapter of the American Institute of Architects. We are dedicated to three goals: design excellence, public outreach, and professional development.

The Chapter’s members include more than 4,000 practicing architects, allied professionals, students, and public members interested in architecture and design. To fulfill its mission, the Chapter sponsors an array of programs, usually held at the Center for Architecture, that explore the role of architects in housing, planning, historic preservation, and urban design among other topics, as well as our annual Design Awards Program for architecture, interior architecture and unrealized projects.

In addition, the Chapter publishes a magazine, OCULUS, coordinates 24 committees and works with its charitable affiliate the Center for Architecture Foundation to provide scholarship and educational opportunities for students and the general public. For more information on the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, visit the website www.aiany.org or contact Melina Gills at AIA New York, 212-683-0023

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New York Architecture Tours

New York Architecture News

New York Architects

Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, New York 10012
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Center for Architecture in New York Event, NYC, USA

New York State Architecture

AIA New York Design Awards

Steven Holl Architects

AIA New York President’s Award

Museum of Contemporary Art Manhattan – Extension

AIA New York Chapter : Architecture Event, Center for Architecture

New York Architecture Exhibition




Manhattan Buildings – Selection

Giorgio Armani, Fifth Avenue
Massimiliano Fuksas Architects
Armani Fifth Avenue
picture courtesy of Studio Fuksas
Giorgio Armani New York

Rockefeller Center
Raymond Hood, Architect
Rockefeller Center Manhattan
photograph © Andrew McRae
Rockefeller Center New York

Guggenheim Museum, East Harlem
Frank Lloyd Wright Architects
Guggenheim Museum New York
photo : David M. Heald, © SRGF, New York
Guggenheim Museum NY

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AIA New York Honor Awards 2017

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