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Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 12/12, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES108503) (CEU-104201) on 12/13/19 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU’s Presentation

Wednesday, 12/11, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors (AIACES104501) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on 12/11/2018...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU’s Presentation

Wednesday, 12/11, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors (AIACES104501) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on 12/11/2018...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU’s Presentation

Tuesday, 12/10, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) (CEU-103074) and How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring (AIACES106503) (CEU-103080) on...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 11/7, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks (AIACES109502) (CEU-105205) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on 11/7/19 between 1PM-230PM at Downtown...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 10/24, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, From the Forest to the Floor (AIACED108502) (CEU-104175) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on 10/24/19 between...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 10/10, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Engineered Wood Flooring (AIACES106504) (CEU-105085) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203) on 01/17/19 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will be...

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Sunday, 10/6, 9:45am - 12:30pm
Boat departs from Chelsea Piers, near 22nd St. on the Hudson River (Manhattan, NY)
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 9/26, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501) (CEU-104158) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on 09/26/19 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 9/12, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material (AIACES106502) (CEU-102883) and How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring (AIACES106503) (CEU-103080) on 09/12/19...

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Sunday, 8/18, 9:45am - 12:30pm
Boat departs from Chelsea Piers, near 22nd St. on the Hudson River (Manhattan, NY)
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 8/15, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) (CEU-103074) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on 08/15/19 between...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 7/18, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 (AIACES101501) (CEU-105082) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on 07/18/19...

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Saturday, 7/13, 9:45am - 12:30pm
Boat departs from Chelsea Piers, near 22nd St. on the Hudson River (Manhattan, NY)
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Roosevelt Island: 1970s “New Town in Town,” Cornell Tech & Four Freedoms Park

Sunday, 6/30, 11am - 1:30pm
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.  
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.   View a sampling of buildings spanning four centuries on the island formerly known first as Blackwell’s Island, later Welfare Island, and—since 1973—Roosevelt...

NYU & Washington Square: Changing Strategies of Growth and Design

Saturday, 6/29, 11am - 1pm
Meet at Washington Square Arch, Fifth Ave. & Washington Square North.  
Meet at Washington Square Arch, Fifth Ave. & Washington Square North   Spanning more than a century, New York University’s growth around Washington Square has followed a variety of strategies: repurposing...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 6/27, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501) (CEU-104158) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on 06/27/19 between 1PM-230PM at...

New York’s Civic Center: History, Urban Development & Architecture

Sunday, 6/23, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Jacob Mould Fountain, City Hall Park, at the north side of the fountain in City Hall Park
Meet at the north side of the fountain in City Hall Park.  Explore the rich history of New York’s Civic Center area, with a focus on urban planning, development, and architecture. From City Hall Park to...

Midtown Modernism Series: On and Off East 57th Street

Sunday, 6/23, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, across from the Plaza Hotel.  Using East 57th Street as a backdrop, experience the evolution of...

Morningside Heights: Institutional Acropolis

Sunday, 6/16, 1pm - 3:30pm
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.     Best known...

Midtown Modernism Series: Crosstown Section, 53rd Street East to West

Saturday, 6/15, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.) 
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.)  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by SOM, Philip...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 6/13, 1pm - 2:30pm
Please join us for our two credit courses: Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material (AIACES106502) (CEU-102883) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203) on 06/13/19 between 1PM-230PM at Downtown...

The High Line, Hudson River Park, and New Architecture in West Chelsea

Sunday, 6/9, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet in Chelsea Waterside Park at the end of West 22nd Street (west side of 11th Ave).
Meet in Chelsea Waterside Park at the end of West 22 Street (west side of 11th Ave). The creation of Hudson River Park and High Line Park in the waterfront...

Architecture on Cooper Square, Bond Street, Lafayette Street, and the Bowery

Saturday, 6/8, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at the south facade of the Cooper Union Foundation Building, between Cooper Square & Bowery/3rd Ave
Meet at the south facade of the Cooper Union Foundation Building, between Cooper Square & Bowery/3rd Ave. Explore a diverse range of recent and historic architecture on Cooper Square, Bond...

AIA Conference on Architecture 2019

Thursday, 6/6, 8am - Saturday, 6/8, 8pm
Las Vegas, NV
Every year the Conference on Architecture travels to an iconic city for three immersive days of what’s new and now in architecture and design. In 2019, we’re heading to Las...

Modern Architecture on the Upper East Side

Sunday, 6/2, 1pm - 3pm
William Tecumseh Sherman Monument in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), west of Fifth Avenue between 59th & 60th Sts
Meet at the William Tecumseh Sherman Monument in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), west of Fifth Avenue between 59th & 60th Streets. Amidst the Upper East Side’s celebrated array of Beaux...

Battery Park City: Creating a New Neighborhood

Saturday, 6/1, 10:30am - 1pm
 Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park. (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage)
Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage). After more than four decades of planning and construction, Battery Park...

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Saturday, 6/1, 9:45am - 12:30pm
Boat departs from Chelsea Piers, near 22nd St. on the Hudson River (Manhattan, NY)
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 5/30, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors (AIACES104501) (CEU-103071) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on...

Midtown Modernism Series: The Park Avenue Corridor

Saturday, 5/25, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.) 
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.)  Park Avenue is the epicenter of Corporate Modernism. View three Modern masterpieces by SOM’s...

Expanding the Financial District: Reshaping the Water Street Corridor

Sunday, 5/19, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at Water St. & Pine St., in plaza south of Wall Street Plaza (88 Pine St.)
Meet at Water St. & Pine St., in plaza south of Wall Street Plaza (88 Pine St.).  While the Financial District is widely known for its historic architecture, it also...

Midtown Modernism Series: East 42nd Street, the United Nations and Vicinity

Saturday, 5/18, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Park Ave. & 42nd St, at east side of cafe in Pershing Square, across from Grand Central Terminal
Meet at Park Ave. & 42nd St, at east side of cafe in Pershing Square, across from Grand Central Terminal.  View some of Midtown’s most distinctive buildings and interiors, ranging...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 5/16, 1pm - 2:30pm
Please join us for our two credit courses: It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) (CEU-103074) and How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring (AIACES106503) (CEU-103080) on...

Renovating FiDi:  Skyscrapers, Plazas and the Impact of Zoning

Sunday, 5/12, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church   While the Financial District is widely known for its historic architecture, it also boasts a variety of distinctive Modern...

9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center: Architecture, Urban Planning and History

Saturday, 5/11, 10am - 12pm
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul's Chapel)
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul’s Chapel)   Rebuilding the World Trade Center in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks has been a...

Kew Gardens: A Small English Tudor Community With Big History

Saturday, 5/11, 11am - 2pm
Meet at the Statue of Job in Forest Park near the Overlook; slightly west of 80th Road and Park Lane South
Meet at the Statue of Job in Forest Park near the Overlook; slightly west of 80th Road and Park Lane South (Google: Statue of Job, Richmond Hill, NY 11418)  Join guest...

Downtown Terra-Cotta

Saturday, 5/4, 1pm - 2:30pm
The Potter Building, 38 Park Row at Beekman Street
Meet in front of the Potter Building, 38 Park Row at Beekman Street. Before New York’s tallest towers were sheathed in glass, they were clad in clay. Terra-Cotta, or “fired...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 5/2, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses: Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 (AIACES101501) (CEU-105082) and Wood Flooring Species (AIACES106501) (CEU-104025) on 05/02/19 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor...

SoHo: New architectural interventions in a Historic District

Sunday, 4/28, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Meet at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place.   The SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, created in 1973, is dominated by innovative and remarkably intact mid-19th century architecture.  Originally designed...

Richmond Hill North: A Victorian Village in the Center of Queens

Saturday, 4/27, 11am - 2pm
Meet at the My Buddy Statue in Forest Park
Meet at the My Buddy Statue in Forest Park; Myrtle Avenue and Park Lane South (Google: My Buddy Statue Richmond Hill, NY 11418)  Join guest guide William Gati for this...

Remembering the Future: Architecture at the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair

Sunday, 4/21, 1pm - 3pm
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance (Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance ( Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art. World’s Fairs have for years offered the chance for architects to explore new concepts and technologies to create memorable,...

The Architecture of Park Avenue South

Saturday, 4/20, 11am - 1pm
SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue; meet inside the atrium space of the Philip Morris Building
Meet inside the atrium space of the Philip Morris building, SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue.   Park Avenue below Grand Central Terminal and Park Avenue South (formerly...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 4/18, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses,Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks (AIACES109502) (CEU-105205) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on 04/18/19 between 1PM-230PM at Downtown Floor...

Lower East Side: A Century of Styles

Sunday, 4/14, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Southeast corner of Delancey Street and Norfolk Street
Explore the Lower East Side, at one time the nation’s most active portal for immigrants and home to an eclectic mix of architectural styles. This neighborhood was immortalized in Jacob...

The Transformation of Times Square and 42nd Street

Saturday, 4/13, 10am - 12pm
Northwest corner of Broadway and 47th Street, by Morgan Stanley Building at 1585 Broadway.
Meet at the northwest corner of Broadway and 47th Street, by the Morgan Stanley Building at 1585 Broadway. The Times Square “bowtie” and the area known as the “Deuce” (42nd...

Modern Architecture & Adaptive Re-Use in the West Village & Meatpacking District

Saturday, 4/6, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist.  Discover lesser-known examples of Modern architecture, some stunning new buildings, and...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 4/4, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, From The Forest to the Floor and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job on 04/4/19 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor...

Kulapat Yantrasast

Thursday, 4/4, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a lecture by Kulapat Yantrasast, founding partner and creative director of wHY. Kulapat Yantrasast was born in Bangkok, where he graduated with honors from Chulalongkorn University...

LICNYC2020: A Design Perspective

Wednesday, 4/3, 7pm - 9pm
SculptureCenter
Well before Amazon proposed its 14-acre campus on the Queens waterfront, Long Island City was the fastest growing neighborhood in the country. From Court Square to the waterfront, new development...

Collecting Design: History, Collections & Highlights (Session 6)

Pair of Chairs by Joaquim Tenreiro. Photo: Courtesy R & Company.
Tuesday, 4/2, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Collecting modern and contemporary design has become one of the most dynamic, influential, and intriguing territories in the international marketplace, standing at the forefront of style and taste. While initially...

Rising Urbanists: Reframing the Urban Forest Conference

Saturday, 3/30, 9am - 5:45pm
City College of New York Spitzer School of Architecture
Please join the CCNY American Society of Landscape Architects Student Chapter on Saturday, March 30, for the third annual interdisciplinary Rising Urbanists Conference at the Spitzer School of Architecture. This...

Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal Magazine: Architects’ Forum 2019

Thursday, 3/28, 8am - 2:45pm
Long Island Marriott, 101 James Doolittle Boulevard, Uniondale, NY 11553
The Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal (AGG) magazine provides architects the opportunity to gather with colleagues and gain valuable education about glass and metal products and applications. To meet...

Firestop Submittal Review

Thursday, 3/28, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This class is designed to help you evaluate a firestop submittal more quickly, completely and confidently; then take that information into the field during a site walk and identify any...

Carbon Neutral by 2020: A Kilroy Real Estate Presentation

Wednesday, 3/27, 6pm - 7:30pm
Building Energy Exchange
Please join us for a rare opportunity to hear from a west coast sustainability leader here in New York City. Kilroy Realty, among the largest commercial office owners on the...

Women-Built NYC | Three Decades of Public Design

Rescue Company 2. From left: Daniel Nigro, Commissioner, Fire Department of the City of New York; Jeanne Gang, Studio Gang Architects; Signe Nielsen, MNLA and PDC President; Alicia Glen, Former Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development; Kate Orff, SCAPE / Landscape Architecture; Feniosky Peña-Mora, Former Commissioner, Department of Design and Construction. Photo: NYC Public Design Commission.
Wednesday, 3/27, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
To celebrate the Women’s History Month, Keri Butler, the Deputy Director of NYC Public Design Commission (PDC), and Rebecca Macklis will highlight multigenerational women who have made a significant impact on...
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POP! Culture: Creativity in Temporary Spaces

Photo by: The Container Globe
Tuesday, 3/26, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This panel discussion explores creative cultural events in non-traditional “pop up” venues. Temporary spaces, which often involve architects and engineers, can give increased exposure to artists and extend the outreach...

EDRA50 Brooklyn – Sustainable Urban Environments: Research, Design and Planning for the Next 50 Years

Friday, 3/22, 9am - Tuesday, 3/26, 3pm
5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Join researchers and practitioners with a shared belief in shaping urban design and changing environmental behavior at the global scale. One-of-a-kind networking opportunities, educational seminars tailored exclusively for those in...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 3/21, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Engineered Wood Flooring (AIACES106504) (CEU-105085) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203) on 03/21/19 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will be...

Mobility + Social Agency: Embedding Equity in Mobile Systems

Mobility + Social Agency
Thursday, 3/21, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
United States landmark legislation like the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 established legal rights to accommodation and access that have had a...

How Building Enclosure Commissioning Benefits the Design Community

Wednesday, 3/20, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
While the design and construction of the building enclosure poses numerous challenges, it also presents opportunities to greatly improve the building’s overall energy performance and sustainability. Learn how to mitigate...

Collecting Design: History, Collections & Highlights (Session 5)

Pair of Chairs by Joaquim Tenreiro. Photo: Courtesy R & Company.
Tuesday, 3/19, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Collecting modern and contemporary design has become one of the most dynamic, influential, and intriguing territories in the international marketplace, standing at the forefront of style and taste. While initially...

TORCH Mentorship Program – Career Paths: What’s Your Plan?

Photo by: AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee
Tuesday, 3/19, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architecture offers a variety of ways to practice, but it can be challenging to find the right career path. The 2019 TORCH Mentorship curriculum begins with a discussion on finding...

FutureNOW: Re-imagining Practice Through Data Disruption

Saturday, 3/16, 9am - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Now more than ever, data is being collected and applied to evaluate problems and deliver solutions. “FutureNOW” will explore the implementation of technology-driven advancements in the AEC industry. Through a...

_Destinations: Mexico City

Graphic by AIANY Global Dialogues Committee
Thursday, 3/14, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for the inaugural event of AIANY’s Global Dialogues “_Destinations” series, bringing together some of the city’s most dynamic designers to discuss how they address and are inspired by the...
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New York Botanical Garden Sustainability Action Plan

Wednesday, 3/13, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Building Energy Exchange
Join Building Energy Exchange for a workshop format educational session on the long term capital planning of energy efficiency projects at the New York Botanical Garden. This special event includes...

Special Inspection: Firestop and Its Liability (Repeat Session)

Monday, 3/11, 4pm - 5:30pm
Center for Architecture
Firestop Special inspection is a requirement on projects. If you have wondered which projects, how you are supposed to evaluate the inspector or the reports they submit, this class will...

Achieving Circular Material Loops with Gypsum Wall Board

Friday, 3/8, 8:30am - 10am
Center for Architecture
While gypsum wallboard has great potential for circularity and can be recycled indefinitely, it is fragile and has to be carefully separated from other construction waste. Currently, up to 20%...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 3/7, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501)(CEU-104158) Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501)(CEU-104082) and on 03/7/19 between 1PM-230PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will be...

Real-Time Project Collaboration with Bluebeam Studio

Thursday, 3/7, 12pm - 1pm
Microsol Resources Online Webinar
Interested in enhancing project collaboration in real time? Join us to learn how Revu’s integrated cloud solution, Bluebeam Studio, enables remote project partners from across the globe to collaborate on...

Mentorship In Design

Thursday, 3/7, 6:30pm - 8pm
Perkins Eastman, 115 Fifth Avenue
While there are many forms of mentorship, all successful people will say that mentorship has been critical to their progression. What is mentorship? Mentors and mentees at various stages in...

Success Starts with Strategy: Tips for Fierce Marketing and Communications

Photo Credit Clockwise: Elle Malmstrom; Claire Holt; BIG; Nir Ariel; Aislinn Wedele.
Wednesday, 3/6, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee and the AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee as they present an architectural practice panel to share useful advice and strategies in marketing, PR,...
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Proof: The Power of Social Research in Design

Tuesday, 3/5, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architecture’s impact on the social and psychological well-being of humans has been recognized. However, full integration of insights from the social sciences into every architectural practice has not been implemented....
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Star Innovation Center: Tropical, Commercial, and Passive

Tuesday, 3/5, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange
Join BE-Ex on March 5th for the presentation and discussion of a highly unique project that brings Passive House to South Asia. While much Passive House activity is focused on...

New Practices in Hong Kong Architecture: A Symposium

Asia Society Hong Kong Center by TOD WILLIAMS BILLIE TSIEN Architects | Partners. Photo: Michael Moran.
Friday, 3/1, 1pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a symposium presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Paul Rudolph: The Hong Kong Journey, and convened by Barry Bergdoll and Seng Kuan. Taking Rudolph’s work as...

Getting the Most Out of One AutoCAD

Thursday, 2/28, 12pm - 1pm
Microsol Resources Online Webinar
AutoCAD Now Including Industry-Specific Toolsets—Don’t miss your chance to check out the latest features first hand. Join Global Technology Evangelist and Cadalyst video tip master Lynn Allen as she takes...

Tour of the Ford Foundation

Photo: Simon Luethi, courtesy of Ford Foundation
Thursday, 2/28, 5pm - 6:30pm
Ford Foundation, 320 East 43rd St, New York, NY 10017
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee for a tour of the Ford Foundation. The Ford Foundation is an independent, nonprofit grant-making organization. For more than 80 years it has worked with...
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Building Museums Symposium

Wednesday, 2/27, 12pm - Friday, 3/1, 4pm
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
Join museum colleagues, architects, other design and construction professionals, and project funders in lively conversation about what is involved in a museum building project. Attend a day-long workshop on all...

MENY Open Meeting

Wednesday, 2/27, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York presents an open meeting and presentation on February 27, 2019. The lecture topic, Innovations in Long Span Bridge Design, is about recent innovations...

Executive Roundtable Series, Part 1: Building Meaningful Profitability in 2019

Wednesday, 2/27, 8am - 10:30am
Haworth Showroom
SMPS-NY announces a two-part executive roundtable series designed for principals, business developers, and marketing directors! Why do the architecture and engineering industries lag behind when it comes to profitability? What...

Collecting Design: History, Collections & Highlights (Session 2)

Pair of Chairs by Joaquim Tenreiro. Photo: Courtesy R & Company.
Tuesday, 2/26, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Collecting modern and contemporary design has become one of the most dynamic, influential, and intriguing territories in the international marketplace, standing at the forefront of style and taste. While initially...

(Re)Imagine Your Revit Workflow with Kubity

Tuesday, 2/26, 12pm - 1pm
Online Webinar
Technology is changing. Shouldn’t your workflow? The Kubity suite of 3D communication tools are a game-changer for AEC professionals looking to get more out of their Revit projects. Watch this...

Conquer the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Residential

Monday, 2/25, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

The Urban Pathways Conference

Monday, 2/25, 8am - 12pm
The Times Center
8:00 AM – Registration Opens (refreshments offered) 8:30-8:45 AM – Introduction by Gary Higbee, AIA, Director of Industry Development, Steel Institute of New York 8:45-9:30 AM – Keynote: Parks as...

AIANY Around Manhattan: Architecture Boat Tour

Saturday, 2/23, 11am - 1:45pm
Chelsea Piers, Pier 62
This 2-hour-and-45-minute cruise circumnavigates the island of Manhattan via the Hudson, East, and Harlem rivers, and is AIA New York’s signature tour experience. Enjoy the views from one of Classic...

Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen Featuring Elizabeth Diller

Thursday, 2/21, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Person Place Thing is an interview show hosted by Randy Cohen based on the idea that people are particularly engaging when they speak, not directly about themselves, but about something...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 2/21, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, and Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material (AIACES106502) (CEU-102883) and How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring (AIACES106503) (CEU-103080) on...

Collecting Design: History, Collections & Highlights

Pair of Chairs by Joaquim Tenreiro. Photo: Courtesy R & Company.
Tuesday, 2/19, 10:30am - Tuesday, 5/7, 11:28am
Center for Architecture
Collecting modern and contemporary design has become one of the most dynamic, influential, and intriguing territories in the international marketplace, standing at the forefront of style and taste. While initially...

AIANY Around Manhattan: Architecture Boat Tour

Saturday, 2/16, 1:30pm - 4:15pm
Chelsea Piers, Pier 62
This 2-hour-and-45-minute cruise circumnavigates the island of Manhattan via the Hudson, East, and Harlem rivers, and is AIA New York’s signature tour experience. Enjoy the views from one of Classic...

Minoru Yamasaki: Humanist Architecture for a Modernist World

Wednesday, 2/13, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architectural historian Dale Allen Gyure will discuss the career and life of Minoru Yamasaki (1912–1986), best know as the architect of the World Trade Center. Born to Japanese immigrant parents...
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LEED Green Associate Training New York City

Monday, 2/11, 6pm - 9:30pm
CCNY Steinman Hall, Room 161
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. The LEED Green Associate is the only professional designation to show employers and clients you...

AIANY Around Manhattan: Architecture Boat Tour

Saturday, 2/9, 1:30pm - 4:15pm
Chelsea Piers, Pier 62
This 2-hour-and-45-minute cruise circumnavigates the island of Manhattan via the Hudson, East, and Harlem rivers, and is AIA New York’s signature tour experience. Enjoy the views from one of Classic...

Leadership Breakfast with Frances Halsband, FAIA

Frances Halsband, FAIA. Photo: Dion Ogust.
Friday, 2/8, 8am - 9am
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for a conversation with Frances Halsband, FAIA, Founding Partner, Kliment Halsband Architects. Speaker:  Frances Halsband, FAIA Halsband is a founding partner of...

Oculus at Large: Bionic Materials

Thursday, 2/7, 6pm - 8:45pm
ABC Stone, 129 W. 22nd Street, New York, NY 10011
Bionic Materials: Architect-led R&D for Tomorrow’s Building Blocks New research that combines the super powers of nature and technology is generating pioneering materials for interiors as well as exteriors. At...

Special Inspection: Firestop and Its Liability

Thursday, 2/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Firestop Special inspection is a requirement on projects. If you have wondered which projects, how you are supposed to evaluate the inspector or the reports they submit, this class will...

The Potential for Big Data in Educational Space Planning

Wednesday, 2/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Big data has become an increasingly contentious subject. Scandals at Facebook, Equifax, and other technology and data collection companies have exposed the potential of big data for malicious use. However,...
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AIANY Around Manhattan: Architecture Boat Tour

Saturday, 2/2, 1:30pm - 4:15pm
Chelsea Piers, Pier 62
This 2-hour-and-45-minute cruise circumnavigates the island of Manhattan via the Hudson, East, and Harlem rivers, and is AIA New York’s signature tour experience. Enjoy the views from one of Classic...

Growing Up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House

The Edward E. Boynton House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908, Rochester, New York. Photo: Kim Bixler.
Thursday, 1/31, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Kim Bixler’s family owned Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1908 Edward E. Boynton House in Rochester, New York, from 1977 to 1994.  In her multi-media presentation, Kim recounts the joys and pitfalls...
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Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 1/31, 1pm - 2pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) (CEU-103074) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on 01/31/19 between...

Karpman Consulting Modeling 302: Water-Side HVAC and High Performance Systems in eQUEST

Thursday, 1/24, 9am - 5pm
NYSERDA Office, 1359 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10018
Registration is now open for a Karpman Consulting intermediate training course. Modeling 302 covers Water-Side HVAC systems. Exercises are updated to reflect the new capabilities of the latest version of...

Karpman Consulting Modeling 301: Intermediate HVAC Modeling in eQUEST

Wednesday, 1/23, 9am - 5pm
NYSERDA Office, 1359 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10018
Registration is now open for a Karpman Consulting intermediate training course. Modeling 301 enhances attendees modeling skills beyond the beginner level and focuses on common air-side HVAC systems. Exercises are...

Conquer the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Commercial

Tuesday, 1/22, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

Cocktails & Conversation: Hayes Slade and James Slade with Fred Bernstein

Friday, 1/18, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Cocktails & Conversation is a series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture and design issues. Each...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 1/17, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W. 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 (AIACES101501) (CEU-105082) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on January...

Intumescent Fireproofing

Thursday, 1/17, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This event will provide an introduction to the process and benefts of the practice of intumescent fireproofing. Intumescent paint is your friend. It can be used in creative design solutions where...

Passive House Primer at BE-Ex

Friday, 1/11, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suit 609, New York, NY 10007
Join BE-Ex for the Passive House Primer – an engaging, one-hour seminar on Passive House fundamentals and their application in the NYC market. Available as a free session at the...

Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen featuring Jeffrey Sachs

Tuesday, 1/8, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Person Place Thing is an interview show hosted by Randy Cohen based on the idea that people are particularly engaging when they speak, not directly about themselves, but about something...

Oculus Book Talk: The Man in the Glass House

Monday, 1/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for our January Oculus Book Talk on The Man in the Glass House: Philip Johnson, Architect of the Modern Century (Little, Brown and Company, 2018) with author Mark Lamster in conversation...

Samuel Ratensky Memorial Lecture: Maurice Cox

Tuesday, 12/18, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
The annual Ratensky Lecture was initiated by the AIANY Housing Committee in honor of Samuel Ratensky (1910-1972), an architect and NYC housing official who was responsible for major housing initiatives in...

Energy Modeling Workshop for Project Managers

Friday, 12/14, 2pm - 5pm
Center for Architecture
This course will be offered over the course of two consecutive Fridays: Session One: Friday afternoon, December 14, 2:00pm – 5:00pm Session Two: Friday morning, December 21, 9:00am – 12:00pm...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 12/13, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist and Downtown Floor Supplies for our two credit courses, Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503)...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Wednesday, 12/12, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist and Downtown Floor Supplies for our two credit courses, Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material (AIACES104501) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203)...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Tuesday, 12/11, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist and Downtown Floor Supplies for our two credit courses, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors (AIACES104501) and Specifying...

Remix Resample Remaster: Identity and Making Architecture

Tuesday, 12/11, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Through shared dialogue between with poets, educators, artists, architects and activists, this participatory program will explore how identity and cultural forces can influence the process of how we design, both...

Planting the Seeds for a Sustainable Future: New York Botanical Garden’s Long-Term Efficiency Plan

Tuesday, 12/11, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street, Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join the Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex) and the NYC Department of Administrative Services’ Division of Energy Management (DCAS DEM) for an in-depth look at how the New York Botanical Garden...

Urban Design Symposium: Regional Extractions And Dependencies In The Hudson Valley

Saturday, 12/8, 2pm - Wednesday, 12/31, 7:00pm
Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
Co-hosted by the Fall Urban Design Studio, the Hudson Valley Initiative at Columbia GSAPP, the APA Urban Design Committee, and the AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee Free and open...

Procrastinators’ Days 2018

Friday, 12/7, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York’s annual Procrastinators’ Days is an important continuing education event for architects in New York. Offering two full days’ worth of HSW courses through registered educational sessions, Procrastinators’...

Procrastinators’ Days 2018

Thursday, 12/6, 8am - Friday, 12/7, 5pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York’s annual Procrastinators’ Days is an important continuing education event for architects in New York. Offering two full days’ worth of HSW courses through registered educational sessions, Procrastinators’...

The Birth – Part 2

Wednesday, 12/5, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Birth – Part 2 is the second of two conversations exposing deeper investigations into Hip-Hop Architecture. Each speaker will discuss the origins of their association with the architectural movement...

Deep Energy Reductions in NYC Public School Design

Wednesday, 12/5, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As part of NYC’s 80×50 goal, Local Law 31 of 2016 requires significantly reduced energy use in new city-owned and city-operated buildings. The New York City School Construction Authority (NYCSCA)...

Architecture Across Cultures: The Chinese Vanguard

Monday, 12/3, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The 2008 Beijing Olympics were a seminal moment for Chinese culture on the global stage, one that featured landmarks by Western architects as emblems of contemporary design and served as...

Albert Frey: The Architectural Envoy – Film Screening and Discussion

Friday, 11/30, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Albert Frey, the unpretentious Swiss-born, mid-20th-century architect, was a key figure in the introduction of Corbusian-influenced modernism to the United States. Through his innate curiosity about the American landscape, he...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 11/29, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist and Downtown Floor Supplies for our two credit courses, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) and How Cut Affects Appearances...

CEU Presentation – Professional Kitchen Design

Thursday, 11/29, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, 150 East 58th St., Suite 361 New York, NY 10155
The modern restaurant world is influencing more than just the taste buds of its clientele. From the celebrity chef to the abundance of cooking programs on television, the restaurant ‘lifestyle’...

Energy Analysis and Modeling Tools for Architects

Tuesday, 11/27, 10am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Using prepared modeled examples, this course will provide a practical understanding of current energy modeling programs, workflows, and analyses for design project team members. Analyses will include early design sensitivity...
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Oculus Book Talk – Exhibit A: Exhibitions That Transformed Architecture

Tuesday, 11/27, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How do you exhibit a building, a locality, a city? Exhibit A, the first book to explore the 20th century’s most significant architectural exhibitions, reveals how architecture has pushed the...

SEAoNY Diversity Seminar Structural Engineering, Engagement and Equity: The 2018 NCSEA SE3 Survey Executive Report

Tuesday, 11/27, 6:15pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York NY
This presentation will highlight the work being done by the NCSEA Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity (SE3) Committee, with a particular focus on overall career satisfaction and equity across a...

The Birth – Part 1

Monday, 11/26, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Birth – Part 1 is the first of two conversations exposing deeper investigations into Hip-Hop Architecture. Each speaker will discuss the origins of their association with the architectural movement...

Perspectives on Energy Modeling: A Dialogue Between Architects and Consultants

Tuesday, 11/20, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Through the lens of two distinct practices and areas of expertise – architecture and sustainability consulting – this lecture and panel discussion will explore how both groups view the energy...

Architects as Activists Primer

Monday, 11/19, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Traditionally, the planner and architect are seldom seen as advocates for the urban poor, especially with the ongoing competition for so-called starchitects to produce “iconic” buildings for a global market; but...

9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center: Architecture, Urban Planning and History

Sunday, 11/18, 10am - 12pm
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul's Chapel)
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul’s Chapel)   Rebuilding the World Trade Center in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks has been a...
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West Side Story: The Evolution of Lincoln Center

Saturday, 11/17, 11am - 12:30pm
Lincoln Center Plaza Fountain
Meet at the fountain in the plaza of Lincoln Center.   Discover the evolution of this pioneering midcentury cultural complex. On this tour we explore Lincoln Center’s origins as an urban renewal project by the infamous Robert Moses, announced in 1956. We begin...
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Impact Through Service: How Architects Can Serve on Community Boards

Wednesday, 11/14, 8am - 9:30am
Center for Architecture
Have you wondered how to be more involved with decision making for your community? Join us for an informative session to demystify the New York City community board application process...

Perform: Designing for the Performing Arts

Wednesday, 11/14, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
A performing arts center is one of the most challenging and rewarding buildings an architect can design. It is a landmark building, celebrating its community’s commitment to the arts and...
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Sustainability ∩ Resilience Integration IV: Internet of Things and RTEM

Tuesday, 11/13, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This panel discussion will address the basics of Internet of Things (IoT) and Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) systems, incentive programs for implementation, current challenges, opportunities, and trends. Speakers will...

The Trunk Line: The Future Beyond the Gateway Tunnel

Monday, 11/12, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
New York City’s rail travel operates primarily through Pennsylvania Station and Grand Central Terminal. Both function as terminus stations, creating rail transit congestion that impacts the region. Independent transportation advocates from...

NYU & Washington Square: Changing Strategies of Growth and Design

Sunday, 11/11, 11am - 1pm
Washington Square Arch
Meet at Washington Square Arch, Fifth Ave. & Washington Square North   Spanning more than a century, New York University’s growth around Washington Square has followed a variety of strategies: repurposing...
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Expanding FiDi: Reshaping the Water Street Corridor and East River Waterfront

Saturday, 11/10, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at Water St. & Pine St., in plaza south of Wall Street Plaza (88 Pine St.)
Meet at Water St. & Pine St., in plaza south of Wall Street Plaza (88 Pine St.).  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by Kohn...
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Funding the Future Workshop: Resilience Planning Across Public & Private Sectors

Friday, 11/9, 9am - 2pm
Center for Architecture
This course also offers 4 LA CES. Resilience planning across all domains has become a crucial part of national, state, and local discourse in recent years. We know that the...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation: Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101

Thursday, 11/8, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist and Downtown Floor Supplies for our two credit courses, Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 (AIACES101501) Wood Flooring Species (AIACES106501) (CEU-104025) on 11/8/2018 between...

Realistic Renderings for BIM Projects with V-Ray for Revit

Thursday, 11/8, 12pm - 1pm
Online Webinar
Architects and design professionals must make thousands of design decisions throughout the life of a project. How do designers evaluate their design options with realistic 3D images? With V-Ray for...

Examination of the City Environmental Quality Review Process

Thursday, 11/8, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
*AIANY Members should register using the link to the right. MAS members and the General Public may register here.  Join Municipal Art Society for the release of its latest report in the Accidental Skyline...

New York Digital Design Community

Wednesday, 11/7, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
United Technologies Digital Accelerator (55 Water Street, Brooklyn NY 11201)
The New York Digital Design Community is a forum that focuses on showcasing technology-driven design by leading New York individuals, practices, and universities. It is dedicated to disseminating the application...

Leaning Out VI | _Action: Women Making Moves

Wednesday, 11/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
More and more women are slowly ascending to top positions at established firms in design, development, and construction. Some of those who have ascended then take the leap to start...

Sustainable Trends in Architectural Lighting for Educational Environments

Wednesday, 11/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Architecture for Education Committee for a discussion of the trends, standards, and technologies that are driving and advancing lighting design in today’s educational and non-educational environments....

Battery Park City: Creating a New Neighborhood

Sunday, 11/4, 10:30am - 1pm
 Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park. (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage)
Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage). After more than four decades of planning and construction, Battery Park...

Morningside Heights: Institutional Acropolis

Saturday, 11/3, 1pm - 3:30pm
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.    Best known...
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2018 Deans’ Roundtable

Saturday, 11/3, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for the Center for Architecture’s fourteenth-annual Deans’ Roundtable. Representatives from several local schools of architecture will discuss current directions in architectural education. Introductions: Benjamin Prosky, Assoc. AIA,...

Architectural Record Innovation Conference

Thursday, 11/1, 8am - 7pm
NYU Law School, Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012
Architectural Record’s Innovation Conference brings together key figures who are generating a range of creative solutions for the built environment today and into the future. From small scale interventions to...

Civic Impact in Practice

Thursday, 11/1, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the 2018 AIANY Civic Leadership Program team at the Center for Architecture as they showcase a spectrum of current civic engagement practices in New York City. In September 2018, the Civic...

NYLON #14: Regional Planning

Wednesday, 10/31, 8:30am - 10:30am
Center for Architecture
In 2017, New York’s Regional Plan Association (RPA) released its Fourth Regional Plan, looking at the Tri-State metropolitan area in its totality. In the same year, the Mayor of London...

Designing with Light (Efficiently)

Tuesday, 10/30, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join the Building Energy Exchange for Designing with Light (Efficiently), a discussion on the incorporation of efficient industrial lighting design into architecture. The event will begin with a presentation by...

Archtober Special Event: Passive House Towering in NYC

Tuesday, 10/30, 5pm - 7pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join New York Passive House, Building Energy Exchange and the three architectural firms making waves in New York City with their large multifamily Passive House projects. While the Passive House...

Better Development

Tuesday, 10/30, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for Better Development, a panel exploring how to address the role and opportunity of the architect/master planner in the public process of entitlement. Speakers:Claudia Herasme, Chief Urban Designer/Director...

Designing the Future of the Tri-State Region

Monday, 10/29, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This is a related program for the exhibition The Future of the New York Metropolitan Area: The Fourth Regional Plan. RPA’s Fourth Regional Plan proposes how our built and natural...

Renovating FiDi:  Skyscrapers, Plazas and the Impact of Zoning

Sunday, 10/28, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church   While the Financial District is widely known for its historic architecture, it also boasts a variety of distinctive Modern...
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Midtown Modernism 2: The Park Avenue Corridor

Saturday, 10/27, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.) 
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.)  Park Avenue is the epicenter of Corporate Modernism. View three Modern masterpieces by SOM’s...
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Tenant Focus: Fitting Energy Efficiency into Commercial Tenant Fit-Outs, the How and Why

Friday, 10/26, 9am - 12pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join NYSERDA’s Commercial Tenant Program and the Building Energy Exchange for a technical training workshop to help consultants, MEP engineers, and architects better understand how to integrate energy efficiency into...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 10/25, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist and Downtown Floor Supplies for our two credit courses, Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks (AIACES109502) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on...

Webinar: Automate Sheet and View Management with IdeateApps

Thursday, 10/25, 11am - 12pm
Online Webinar
Revit Sheet and View management has never been so automated, easy, and powerful. Join us to learn how to use IdeateApps, a software add-on application for Revit, tools to manage...

Celebrate NYC: Passive House Showcase with Baxt Ingui Architects

Wednesday, 10/24, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
The forum will begin with a presentation by architect Michael Ingui on several of his firm’s residential retrofits to the Passive House standard. Following the presentation will be a moderated...

Responsive Cities: Urban Heat Challenges

Tuesday, 10/23, 6pm - 8pm
John L. Tishman Auditorium, The New School
Organized by Consulate General of Switzerland in New York in collaboration with the AIA Technology Committee, Singapore-ETH Centre, ETH Future Cities Laboratory, Cooling Singapore, ETH Zurich, and The Urban Systems Lab at The New...

Workplace Design: Part 2 – Coworking

Tuesday, 10/23, 6pm - 8pm
Knoll Contract Showroom
With the highest concentration of coworking spaces in the country, New York City is a key influencer in this rapidly evolving category. Various typologies of coworking have emerged, serving new...

Responsive Cities: Citizen Engagement

Monday, 10/22, 6pm - 9pm
Center for Architecture
Responsive cities are the new frontier in human settlement, engaging residents and prospective citizens from the very beginning in the planning and management of their habitats based on smart city...

Roosevelt Island: 1970s “New Town in Town,” Cornell Tech & Four Freedoms Park

Sunday, 10/21, 11am - 1:30pm
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.  
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.   View a sampling of buildings spanning four centuries on the island formerly known first as Blackwell’s Island, later Welfare Island, and—since 1973—Roosevelt...
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SoHo: New architectural interventions in a Historic District

Sunday, 10/21, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Meet at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place.   The SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, created in 1973, is dominated by innovative and remarkably intact mid-19th century architecture.  Originally designed...
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NEW! The Transformation of Times Square and 42nd Street

Saturday, 10/20, 10am - 12pm
Northwest corner of Broadway and 47th Street, by Morgan Stanley Building at 1585 Broadway.
Meet at the northwest corner of Broadway and 47th Street, by Morgan Stanley Building at 1585 Broadway. The Times Square “bowtie” and the area known as the “Deuce” (42nd Street...
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Lecture – Building Places: Between Europe and Latin America

Thursday, 10/18, 9am - 5pm
Savant Experience Center, 561 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
Hosted at the gorgeous Savant Experience Center in Soho, architects and designers can schedule their day with a variety of AIA and ASID/IDCEC CEU courses along with tours of the...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Event

Thursday, 10/18, 6pm - 7:30pm
LV Woods Floors, 24 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011
Please join us for our two CEU Credit Classes, Prested by Joe Avila, NWFA Wood Flooring Certified Inspector, CSF, CI, CWFI,CFS, AIA ,IDCEC & ASID CEU Professor. “How Cuts Affect...

2018 NPNY Winner Talk: Agency—Agency in Conversation with Andrés Jaque

Thursday, 10/18, 6pm - 8pm
Benjamin Moore Showroom at New York Design Center
AIANY New Practices Committee along hosts a series of lectures by winning firms of the New Practices New York 2018 Competition. This lecture series will be held at the new Benjamin...

Building Smart & Sustainable Cities and Regions

Thursday, 10/18, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
This program is related to the exhibition The Future of the New York Metropolitan Area: The Fourth Regional Plan. From transportation to affordable housing to climate resilience, cities across the world are...

_Action: No More Words (Viral Voices 2018)

Thursday, 10/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
20 years ago, traditional print journals were the gatekeepers, setting the agenda for big ideas that shaped the culture of architecture. Blogs and e-zines have rapidly changed the nature of...
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12th Annual Arthur Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture: Odile Decq

Thursday, 10/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee presents its annual lecture on excellence in museum design, this year featuring Odile Decq of Studio Odile Decq. Odile Decq is a French architect and...

Modeling 203: ASHRAE 90.1 Modeling for LEED v4, ENERGY STAR Multifamily High Rise and Code Compliance

Wednesday, 10/17, 9am - Thursday, 10/18, 5pm
NYSERDA Office, 1359 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
This sixteen hour (2 day) hands-on training develops the technical skills necessary for modeling commercial and multifamily buildings in eQUEST following the requirements of ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Appendix G as...

Modeling 101: Energy Modeling for Code Compliance, High Performance Buildings, and Building Retrofits

Tuesday, 10/16, 9am - 5pm
NYSERDA Office Building, 1359 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10018
The training includes real life examples to illustrate the value of energy modeling. Attendees are engaged through multiple quizzes followed by group discussion of the answers. Attendees do not need...

Power to the People: Design for Resilience Post Hurricane Maria Panel

Tuesday, 10/16, 6pm - 8pm
The Center for Architecture
Organized in collaboration with the AIANY Puerto Rico Taskforce, AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee, and AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee. This interactive forum will bring together voices from various...

Power to the People: Design for Resilience Post Hurricane Maria Workshop

Tuesday, 10/16, 4pm - 6pm
The Center for Architecture
Organized in collaboration with the AIANY Puerto Rico Taskforce , AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee and AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee. This interactive forum will bring together voices from...

Pursuing Passive Publication

Tuesday, 10/16, 9am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join BE-Ex for the publication of Pursuing Passive, an in-depth study of converting an existing, high-rise multifamily building to the Passive House standard while it remains fully occupied. Working with...

Architecture Design Presentation: Hana Kassem and Marianne Kwok

Tuesday, 10/16, 6pm - 8pm
Shaw Contract Showroom
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee and LMNOP (Leadership, Mentoring, Networking & Opportunities for A&D Professionals) for a special Architecture Design Presentation at the Shaw Contract Showroom. This...

The Changing Face of North Midtown: Crosstown Below the Park

Sunday, 10/14, 10:30am - 1pm
The North side of the Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza (across from the Plaza Hotel)
Meet at the North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. & 59th St., across from the Plaza Hotel.  Much of the new construction in Midtown Manhattan...
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Architecture on Cooper Square, Bond Street, Lafayette Street, and the Bowery

Saturday, 10/13, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at the south facade of the Cooper Union Foundation Building, between Cooper Square & Bowery/3rd Ave
Meet at the south facade of the Cooper Union Foundation Building, between Cooper Square & Bowery/3rd Ave. Explore a diverse range of recent and historic architecture on Cooper Square, Bond...
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Leadership Breakfast with Andrea Lamberti, AIA NCARB

Friday, 10/12, 8am - 9am
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for a conversation with Andrea Lamberti, AIA, NCARB, partner at Rafael Viñoly Architects. SpeakerAndrea Lamberti, AIA, NCARB, Partner, Rafael Viñoly Architects During her...

J. Max Bond Jr. Lecture | Attaining Wakandan Utopia

Friday, 10/12, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the New York Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (nycobaNOMA) and the AIANY Diversity & Inclusion Committee for “Attaining Wakandan Utopia: Representation, Place-Making and the Diaspora,” presented...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 10/11, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses, From the Forest to the Floor (AIACED108502) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on...

CEU Presentation

Thursday, 10/11, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, 150 East 58th St., Suite 361 New York, NY 10155
The modern design world takes influence from global sources. Innovation and ideas are sourced from any number of countries, cultures and environments. Architects and designers are being asked to incorporate...

Rebuilding Confidence: The Design, Safety, and Security of 1 World Trade Center

Thursday, 10/11, 11am - 2pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for the engaging lunch discussion Rebuilding Confidence: The Design, Safety, and Security of One World Trade Center. Presenter Nicole Dosso, FAIA, of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), will...

CEU Lunch ‘N Learn: LED Optical Design – Advantages, Opportunities, and Challenges

Thursday, 10/11, 12pm - 3pm
We Work, 79 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016
The Dulanski Group AIA Event Hosted with aLight architectural The Dulanski Group and aLight invite you to attend an AIA and product lunch presentation. The AIA presentation will be on...

RPA, MPC and SPUR Discuss 20 Years of Regional Change

Thursday, 10/11, 8:30am - 10am
Center for Architecture
This program is related to the exhibition The Future of the New York Metropolitan Area: The Fourth Regional Plan. Chicagoland’s Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC), the Bay Area’s  San Francisco Bay Area Planning...

SMPS-NY Presents: Bias Cut – Unconscious Bias In An Age of Diversity

Wednesday, 10/10, 12pm - 2pm
iGuzzini Lighting Showroom
Everyone is biased. Our brains are continually making quick judgments of people and situations. These minute assessments are influenced by our background, cultural environment, and personal experience. Known as unconscious...

Zero Waste Challenge: Results

Tuesday, 10/9, 8:30am - 10:30am
Center for Architecture
The Zero Waste Design Guidelines address the crucial role that design plays in achieving New York City’s ambitious goal, outlined in OneNYC, to send zero waste to landfills by 2030. Created with...

Playground Design: Inclusion, Independence, and Engagement

Tuesday, 10/9, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Playgrounds fulfill a critical role in urban schools and neighborhoods, making space for physical and social wellbeing. The design of playgrounds goes far beyond equipment, incorporating planting and natural elements,...

ASLA Tour of St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Tuesday, 10/9, 5pm - 7pm
St. Patrick's Cathedral, 14 East 51st Street, New York, NY 10020
In 2007, RKLA joined MBB Architect’s team on a phased project to fully restore the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Complex. The multi-year restoration included exterior stone conservation, interior stone, wood, and...

Remembering the Future: Architecture at the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair

Sunday, 10/7, 1pm - 3pm
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance (Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance ( Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art. World’s Fairs have for years offered the chance for architects to explore new concepts and technologies to create memorable,...
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Midtown Modernism 4: On and Off East 57th Street

Sunday, 10/7, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel.  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs...

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Saturday, 10/6, 9:45am - 1pm
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Modern Architecture & Adaptive Re-Use in the West Village & Meatpacking District

Saturday, 10/6, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist.  Discover lesser-known examples of Modern architecture, some stunning new buildings, and...
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Close to the Edge: Hip-Hop Architecture Symposium

Saturday, 10/6, 1pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a symposium for Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip Hop Architecture. Presentations and a panel discussion will be followed by a workshop by BlackSpace...

2018 NPNY Winner Talk: MABU in Conversation with Beatrice Galilee

Thursday, 10/4, 6pm - 8pm
Benjamin Moore Showroom at New York Design Center
The AIANY New Practices Committee along hosts a series of lectures by winning firms of the New Practices New York 2018 Competition. This lecture series will be held at the new...

SMPS-NY & Construction Institute Present: Economic Development in Our Urban Hubs

Thursday, 10/4, 8am - 11:30am
UCONN Stamford
October 4th, on the campus of UConn Stamford, the economic development officials of Stamford, Norwalk, Yonkers, and New Rochelle will come together alongside developers with active projects in the region....

Digester Egg Tour at Newtown Creek

Wednesday, 10/3, 10am - 12pm
Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, 329 Greenpoint Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11222
The NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Wastewater Treatment (BWT), treats 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater annually. New York City’s wastewater is collected through an extensive grid of sewer...

A Knowledge Gap: What you Need to Know About Sourcing Endangered Woods – 12:30pm

Wednesday, 10/3, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Center for Architecture
Architects and designers across the country are invited to participate in the second annual National Day of Learning. For decades, architects and designers have specified wood to bring warmth and...

A Knowledge Gap: What you Need to Know About Sourcing Endangered Woods – 3:00pm

Wednesday, 10/3, 3pm - 4pm
Center for Architecture
Architects and designers across the country are invited to participate in the second annual National Day of Learning. For decades, architects and designers have specified wood to bring warmth and...

Collapse: Climate, Cities & Culture

Wednesday, 10/3, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Global Design NYU (GDNYU) formed COLLAPSE: CLIMATE, CITIES & CULTURE, a traveling international exhibition between New York and Berlin open to the public that focuses on the design community’s response...

Metropolis Sustainability Perspective: “Building a Common Sustainability Strategy”

Wednesday, 10/3, 5pm - 6:30pm
Perkins Eastman
In different parts of the world, and across different building types, the meaning and application of sustainability may be considerably different. How can firms with a large reach develop a...

In the Dark: Emergency Lighting Requirements

Tuesday, 10/2, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This event will discuss the current emergency lighting requirements in the NYC Building Code, including egress illumination, options for emergency power systems (generator, inverter, battery pack, EM lights), challenges when...

Modern Architecture on the Upper East Side

Sunday, 9/30, 1pm - 3pm
William Tecumseh Sherman Monument in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), west of Fifth Avenue between 59th & 60th Sts
Meet at the William Tecumseh Sherman Monument in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), west of Fifth Avenue between 59th & 60th Streets.   Amidst the Upper East Side’s celebrated array of...

Midtown Modernism 3: Crosstown Section, 53rd Street East to West

Saturday, 9/29, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.) 
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.)  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by SOM, Philip...

Green Light Training: LED Lighting – Evaluation & Selection

Friday, 9/28, 9am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
LED LIGHTING: EVALUATION & SELECTION Guidance on the operation and selection of LED luminaires, with special focus on light output efficacy, color, and expected life, as well as replacement strategies....

Green Light Training: Advanced Controls – Types & Functions

Friday, 9/28, 11am - 12:30pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
LIGHTING CONTROLS: TYPES & FUNCTIONS Guidance on the benefits and differences of available control typologies, with emphasis on maximizing functionality and savings through appropriate application. Topics covered include: Distinguishing methods...

Green Light Training: Lighting Retrofits – Strategies & Applications

Friday, 9/28, 1:30pm - 3pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join Building Energy Exchange for our four-part training series on lighting retrofits: Green Light. From energy code and regulation considerations and selection of LED and controls technology, to the development...

Cocktails & Conversation: Signe Nielsen and Molly Bourne with David Burney

Pier 42 (NYC) Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects
Friday, 9/28, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Cocktails & Conversation is series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. Each program includes...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU’s Presentation

Thursday, 9/27, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Engineered Wood Flooring (AIACES106504) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203) on 9/27/2018 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will be covering...

AutoCAD Essentials

Thursday, 9/27, 9am - Wednesday, 10/3, 5pm
Microsol Resources, 214 W 29th Street #1100, New York, NY 10001
Microsol Resources is an Approved Provider through the AIA and will provide Certificate of Completion for 24 AIA LUs and PDH for individuals taking this seminar. This course covers the...

Green Light Training: Lighting Codes & Regulations

Thursday, 9/27, 9am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
A survey of the lighting requirements of NYC and NYS energy codes, as well as local laws and regulations that impact lighting systems, including an overview of the Greener, Greater...

CEU Presentation – Small Kitchen Design

Thursday, 9/27, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, 150 East 58th St., Suite 361 New York, NY 10155
As the market ebbs and flows with urbanization, apartment living and space restrictions, lifestyle and demographic changes, the effective small kitchen is becoming a powerful tool for design and influence....

2018 NPNY Winner Talk: NHDM in Conversation with Sean Anderson

Thursday, 9/27, 6pm - 8pm
Benjamin Moore Showroom at New York Design Center
The AIANY New Practices Committee along hosts a series of lectures by winning firms of the New Practices New York 2018 Competition. This lecture series will be held at the new...

Webinar: Discover How to Go Green Using Bluebeam Revu

Thursday, 9/27, 11am - 12pm
Online Webinar
Want to work beyond your desktop? Curious about how to do PDF creation, markup, editing and collaboration for a paperless workflow? Join our hour-long webinar to learn how you can...

NYU in Brooklyn: Designing a New Academic Frontier

Monday, 9/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As part of New York City’s Applied Science Initiative, NYU and the NYC Economic Development Corporation partnered to revitalize and transform 370 Jay Street, the former headquarters of the MTA...

Hudson River Park, the High Line, West Chelsea and the Far West Village

Sunday, 9/23, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at the landside end of Pier 62 (opposite W. 22 St.), adjacent to the Skate Park and Classic Harbor Line ticket booth
Meet at the landside end of Pier 62 (opposite W. 22 St.), adjacent to the Skate Park and Classic Harbor Line ticket booth.  View a stunning variety of new architecture...
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AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Saturday, 9/22, 9:45am - 1pm
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Between the Clocks: The Architecture of Park Avenue South

Saturday, 9/22, 10:30am - 1pm
SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue; meet inside the atrium space of the Philip Morris Building
Meet inside the atrium space of the Philip Morris building, SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue.   Between the exuberant clock on the façade of Grand Central Terminal...

Planning for Sustainability at the Neighborhood Scale

Saturday, 9/22, 9:30am - 4pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee invites all to participate in a panel discussion exploring sustainability at the local level. Practicing sustainability on a neighborhood scale creates opportunities for community members, municipal stakeholders, technical...

2018 ASLA, AIA, APA Annual Conference: Designing a Carbon Neutral New York

Friday, 9/21, 8am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
The effects of climate change are changing the way local planners, designers, and public officials work in the region, but what is New York City doing to address the sources...

Spaces of Disappearance: The Architecture of Extraordinary Rendition

Friday, 9/21, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
To date, dozens of political histories, participant autobiographies, journalistic accounts, and academic investigations have addressed the many aspects of the War on Terror. Urban Research’s (UR) latest book, Spaces of...

Public Private Partnership Case Study: Cary Leeds Tennis Center

Friday, 9/21, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
Hailed by The New York Times as “one of the city’s best new works of public architecture”, the award-winning Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning includes a two-story, 12,000-square-foot clubhouse...

2018 NPNY Winner Talk: P.R.O. in Conversation with Tod Williams

Thursday, 9/20, 6pm - 8pm
Benjamin Moore Showroom at New York Design Center
The AIANY New Practices Committee hosts a series of lectures by winning firms of the New Practices New York 2018 Competition. This lecture series will be held at the new Benjamin...

Designing an Energy Efficiency Master Plan: A Spotlight on FIT

Thursday, 9/20, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Join the Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex) and the NYC Department of Administrative Services’ Division of Energy Management (DCAS DEM) for an in-depth look at how the Fashion Institute of Technology...

Webinar: Using IDeate Explorer to Decipher the Language of Revit Warnings

Thursday, 9/20, 11am - 12pm
Online Webinar
Revit Warnings in any language can be a problem. Failure to manage the warnings in your Revit project could result in poor performance, slow synchronization times, incorrect schedule data, or...

Architects, As Required: Exploring the Periphery of Design

Thursday, 9/20, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the 2018 AIANY Civic Leadership Program as we explore alternative placemaking processes with guests who are leading conversations about the democratization of the built environment. We will examine how...

CANCELLED Hands-on ArchiCAD Introductory Course

Wednesday, 9/19, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
  This event has been cancelled Please Note: Your registration for this event constitutes your agreement to specific and limited use of your email address, and possibly your image or...
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Conquering the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Residential

Wednesday, 9/19, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

Building Resilience: NYC’s Distributed Energy Future, Part 1

Wednesday, 9/19, 4pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Meeting NYC’s Climate and Resilience Goals with DERs Achieving climate goals and greater resilience requires integrated systems-level thinking, particularly when it comes to energy demand, distribution, and supply. How can...

Building Resilience: NYC’s Distributed Energy Future, Part 2

Wednesday, 9/19, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Integrating DERs into Building and Campus-Scale Projects NYC’s energy landscape is changing and the development of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) are critical to meeting our climate and resilience goals at the urban scale. ...

Celebrate NYC: Tour of Gramercy Townhouse

Tuesday, 9/18, 1pm - 2:30pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
Join Building Energy Exchange for an exclusive tour of an apartment unit in Gramercy Townhouse, a 4,500 square foot luxury vacation rental home and Manhattan’s first Passive House apartments. The...

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Instagram Strategies

Tuesday, 9/18, 6pm - 8pm
Cosentino City Manhattan, A&D Building
This event will introduce how social media plays into an overall marketing strategy, unpacking differences in content and application strategies for sole practitioners, mid-size firms, and large firms. Take a deeper...

Resilient Cities: Equitable, Collaborative and Connected

Tuesday, 9/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Cities like Boston and New York City have revealed the lasting consequences of inequity, effects that can no longer be ignored. This event will explore the complicated intersection of architecture,...
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Certified Passive House Designer, Consultant Training

Monday, 9/17, 9am - 5pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
With 5 days of in-class instruction, and additional e-learning modules that can be completed at one’s own pace, participants will get a thorough grounding in the critical aspects of Passive...

Housing as Intervention: Architecture Towards Social Equity

Monday, 9/17, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This event was shared on Facebook Live. Watch the video here. In the face of persistent social inequities worldwide, how can architects make a meaningful contribution? Housing’s primary position in...
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SoHo: New architectural interventions in a Historic District

Sunday, 9/16, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Meet at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place.   The SoHo Cast Iron Historic District, created in 1973, is dominated by innovative and remarkably intact mid-19th century architecture.  Originally...
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Architectural Tour of Beth Shalom Congregation and Downtown Philadelphia

Sunday, 9/16, 8:30am - 7:30pm
Departure Point: Queens Borough Hall, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, NY 11424,
Join AIA Queens for Architectural Tours of 1) Beth Shalom Congregation by Frank Llyod Wright and 2) Downtown Philadelphia: Emergence of a Modern Metropolis $80 per person if AIA member...

Midtown Modernism 1: East 42nd Street, the United Nations and Vicinity

Saturday, 9/15, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Park Ave. & 42nd St, at east side of cafe in Pershing Square, across from Grand Central Terminal
Meet at Park Ave. & 42nd St, at east side of cafe in Pershing Square, across from Grand Central Terminal.  View some of Midtown’s most distinctive buildings and interiors, ranging...
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Creating More Housing without New Construction

Friday, 9/14, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
This program is related to the exhibition The Future of the New York Metropolitan Area: The Fourth Regional Plan. Meeting our need for housing in New York is tough. We need to...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 9/13, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses, Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on 09/13/18 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor...

Accelerate the 2030 Challenge using Autodesk Insight

Thursday, 9/13, 11am - 12am
Online Webinar
Your Revit model offers a lot more than ‘just’ the documentation of design decisions. For example, you can easily leverage it to create data that helps you understand why your...

Building Science Days 2018: Defining and Implementing High Performance

Thursday, 9/13, 8:30am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Building Enclosure Council for two consecutive seminars with renowned building scientists Dr. John Straube and Dr. Joseph Lstiburek. With their combined expertise, Straube and Lstiburek will help attendees understand...

Celebrate NYC: EnerPHit Showcase

Wednesday, 9/12, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
Join Building Energy Exchange for Celebrate NYC: EnerPHit Showcase. This panel event will feature presentations from three architecture firms that have completed Passive House retrofits that meet EnerPHit, the rigorous...

2018 ASID Design Symposium and Industry Trade Show

Wednesday, 9/12, 8:30am - 8pm
Liberty Science Ceter, 222 Jersey City Blvd., Jersey City, NJ
The morning begins with a choice of two out of four CEUs that are sure to keep everyone informed: • Moen: The latest in shower design and technology (HSW credit...

Tech in the Yard: Brooklyn Navy Yard Tour

Wednesday, 9/12, 5pm - 7pm
SITU Fabrication
The Brooklyn Navy Yard is one of New York City’s fastest growing centers of technology, design, and creative manufacturing. From 1801 to 1966, the yard served as the US Navy’s...

Building Science Days 2018: Defining and Implementing High Performance

Wednesday, 9/12, 8:30am - Thursday, 9/13, 5pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Building Enclosure Council for two consecutive seminars with renowned building scientists Dr. John Straube and Dr. Joseph Lstiburek. With their combined expertise, Straube and Lstiburek will help attendees understand...

Diversity X Design Breakfast Series: Infrastructure with Building Leaders

Tuesday, 9/11, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
Join us for another inspiring installment of the Diversity X Design Breakfast Series with Amy Macdonald, who will discuss infrastructure and leadership in engineering, as well as actionable steps in...

9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center: Architecture, Urban Planning and History

Sunday, 9/9, 10am - 12pm
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul's Chapel)
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul’s Chapel)   Rebuilding the World Trade Center in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks has been a...
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The Changing Face of North Midtown: Crosstown Below the Park

Saturday, 9/8, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at the North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. & 59th St., across from the Plaza Hotel
Meet at the North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. & 59th St., across from the Plaza Hotel.  Much of the new construction in Midtown Manhattan...

Improving IAQ: It’s Time to Vent

Thursday, 9/6, 6pm - 8pm
United Technologies Digital Accelerator, United Technologies Digital Accelerator 55 Water Street Brooklyn, New York 11201
The recent COGfx Study by Harvard researchers found that improved indoor environmental quality (IEQ) doubled occupants’ cognitive function. The study found a strong correlation between high levels of ventilation and...

WISE: An Evening of Energy Innovation

Thursday, 9/6, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609 New York, NY 10007
Please join WICE and BE-Ex WISE for an evening of networking and interactive sessions on innovation in the energy industry. Attendees will have the opportunity to attend mini-sessions on specific...

Connecting Design and Construction for Architecture, Structure and MEP

Thursday, 9/6, 11am - 12pm
Online Webinar
BIM initially gained traction with design professionals to iterate more fluidly, analyze options more objectively, and produce better documentation. Today, an increasing number of MEP and structural contractors and fabricators...

_Action: New Ecological Prototypes

Thursday, 9/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
At times impatient with the pace of industrial innovation in producing smart, low-carbon, responsive building products and systems, designers are now jumping into the arena with do-it-yourself research and development...

80×50: Blueprint for Efficiency

Wednesday, 9/5, 6pm - 8pm
32BJ SEIU, 25 West 18th Street, 5th Floor Auditorium New York, NY 10011
Last year, Urban Green Council brought together more than 40 leading building and energy stakeholders under the 80×50 Buildings Partnership, recognizing the need for extensive dialogue to develop impactful and...

Fall Film Social: Living Salk Institute

Wednesday, 9/5, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee for a special documentary film screening and post-screening discussion with the filmmakers of Living Salk Institute. The Salk Institute for Biological Studies,...

Hyper-Efficient Building Workshop: Design Strategies to Comply with Local Law 31

Monday, 8/27, 9am - Tuesday, 8/28, 6pm
Center for Architecture
In 2016, New York City passed Local Laws 31 & 32, aimed at strengthening existing sustainability requirements and introducing new measures that will make NYC-owned buildings among the most efficient in the...

Expanding the Financial District: Reshaping the Water Street Corridor

Sunday, 8/26, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at Water St. & Pine St., in plaza south of Wall Street Plaza (88 Pine St.)
Meet at Water St. & Pine St., in plaza south of Wall Street Plaza (88 Pine St.).  While the Financial District is widely known for its historic architecture, it also...

Midtown Modernism 4: On and Off East 57th Street

Saturday, 8/25, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel.  Using East 57th Street as a backdrop, experience the evolution of Modernism:...

Understanding New York City Agency Contracts & More: For All Design and Construction Professionals

Thursday, 8/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join nycoba|NOMA at the Center for Architecture on Thursday, August 23rd for “Understanding New York City Agency Contracts & More: For All Design and Construction Professionals.” Topics include NYC design...

2-Day SketchUp Workshop

Wednesday, 8/22, 9am - Thursday, 8/23, 4pm
BluEdge, 44 W 18th Street, Floor 3, New York, NY 10011
Learn SketchUp the right way! Become a SketchUp guru in just 2 days of training. The class is meant for beginners and seasoned users alike. The first day begins with...

West Side Story: The Evolution of Lincoln Center

Sunday, 8/19, 11am - 12:30pm
Lincoln Center Plaza Fountain
Meet at the fountain in the plaza of Lincoln Center.   Discover the evolution of this pioneering midcentury cultural complex. On this tour we explore Lincoln Center’s origins as an urban renewal project by the infamous Robert Moses, announced in 1956. We begin...
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Midtown Modernism 3: Crosstown Section, 53rd Street East to West

Saturday, 8/18, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.) 
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.)  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by SOM, Philip...
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CEU Presentation: Outdoor Kitchens

Thursday, 8/16, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center
The Outdoor Kitchen market has grown year over year since 2009. The basic outdoor grill has been influenced by design, and has prompted the growth of creating spaces that move...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 8/16, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies 153 W 27th Street New York, NY 10001
Please joinHuggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two-credit courses, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors (AIACES104501) and Wood Flooring Species (AIACES106501) (CEU-104025) on 8/16/2018...

Renovating the Financial District:  Skyscrapers, Plazas and the Impact of Zoning

Sunday, 8/12, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church   While the Financial District is widely known for its historic architecture, it also boasts a variety of distinctive Modern...
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Midtown Modernism 2: The Park Avenue Corridor

Saturday, 8/11, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.) 
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.)  Park Avenue is the epicenter of Corporate Modernism. View three Modern masterpieces by SOM’s...
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Turning Data into Action

Tuesday, 8/7, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
Join the Building Energy Exchange, Bright Power, and Sustainable Energy Partners to celebrate the publishing of Turning Data into Action, a follow-up to the team’s groundbreaking study, Retrofitting Affordability; Evaluating...

Private Tour: Hide and Seek by Dream the Combine at MoMA PS1

Monday, 8/6, 6pm - 8pm
MoMA PS1
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee for a private tour of MoMA PS1’s Young Architect’s Program’s (YAP) temporary outdoor installation. This year’s installation is Hide & Seek by Jennifer Newsom and...

Roosevelt Island: 1970s “New Town in Town,” Cornell Tech & Four Freedoms Park

Sunday, 8/5, 11am - 1:30pm
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island. 
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.   View a sampling of buildings spanning four centuries on the island formerly known first as Blackwell’s Island, later Welfare Island, and—since 1973—Roosevelt...
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New York’s Civic Center: History, Urban Development & Architecture

Saturday, 8/4, 10:30am - 12:30pm
North side of the fountain at City Hall Park
Meet at the north side of the fountain in City Hall Park.   Explore the rich history of New York’s Civic Center area, with a focus on urban planning, development,...
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Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 8/2, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on 8/2/2018 between 1PM-2:30PM...

Face of a Nation: What Happened to the World’s Fair?

Thursday, 8/2, 2pm - 4pm
Regal Lynbrook (321 Merrick Rd)
Feature Documentary / Long Beach Premiere / Filmmaker Q&A An idealistic American architect struggles to help her dream alive as she journeys to discover why America abandoned World’s Fairs. USA...

Roundtable: A Candid Dialogue on Pamphlet Architecture 36: Buoyant Clarity

Monday, 7/30, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for the launch of Pamphlet Architecture 36: Buoyant Clarity, the latest edition to Princeton Architectural Press’s celebrated Pamphlet Architecture 36 series, which explores groundbreaking, contemporary lines of thought surrounding...

Architecture on Cooper Square, Bond Street, Lafayette Street, and the Bowery

Sunday, 7/29, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at the south facade of the Cooper Union Foundation Building, between Cooper Square & Bowery/3rd Ave
Meet at the south facade of the Cooper Union Foundation Building, between Cooper Square & Bowery/3rd Ave. Explore a diverse range of recent and historic architecture on Cooper Square, Bond...
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Morningside Heights: Institutional Acropolis

Saturday, 7/28, 1pm - 3:30pm
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.    Best known...
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AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Saturday, 7/28, 9:45am - 1pm
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Memorial Visions: Fifteen Years After the 9-11 Competition

Wednesday, 7/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This lecture will reflect on how designers create memorials in the wake of 2003’s 9/11 memorial competition. The past fifteen years have been marked by numerous tragedies. The need remember and process...

Tour of 1 Hotel, Brooklyn Bridge Park

Wednesday, 7/25, 6pm - 8pm
1 Hotel
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee for a tour of 1 Hotel, Brooklyn Bridge Park designed by INC with Marvel Architects. This structure, a visual praise poem dedicated to Brooklyn’s waterfront,...
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Remembering the Future: Architecture at the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair

Sunday, 7/22, 1pm - 3pm
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance (Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance ( Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art. World’s Fairs have for years offered the chance for architects to explore new concepts and technologies to create memorable,...

Modern Architecture & Adaptive Re-Use in the West Village & Meatpacking District

Saturday, 7/21, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist.  Discover lesser-known examples of Modern architecture, some stunning new buildings, and...
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CEU Presentation: Professional Kitchen Design

Thursday, 7/19, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, The A&D Building 150 East 58th St., Suite 361 New York, NY 10155
The modern restaurant world is influencing more than just the taste buds of its clientele. From the celebrity chef to the abundance of cooking programs on television, the restaurant ‘lifestyle’...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 7/19, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two-credit courses, Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 (AIACES101501) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on...

Robotic Innovations: A Discussion of Research with Industrial Robots for Design

Thursday, 7/19, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Robotics! We’ve heard a lot about the topic, as well as how automation might revolutionize, threaten, disrupt, or transform AEC professions. To better understand how robotics might shape the future...

Outside the Boundary: An Architectural Practice Panel

Wednesday, 7/18, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Women in Architecture Committee presents an architectural practice panel focusing on the work of sole practitioners who combine their passion for architecture with interests outside their firms; giving...

2-Day SketchUp Workshop

Wednesday, 7/18, 9am - Thursday, 7/19, 4pm
BluEdge, 44 W 18th Street, Floor 3, New York, NY 10011
Learn SketchUp the right way! Become a SketchUp guru in just 2 days of training. The class is meant for beginners and seasoned users alike. The first day begins with...

Perspective USA: Networking & Inspiration

Tuesday, 7/17, 8am - Wednesday, 7/18, 7pm
Marriott Downtown New York, 3 rd Floor, 85 West Street at Albany Street, New York
Perspective USA is an inspiring international architecture forum promoted by THE PLAN Magazine. A two-day platform with high-quality Keynote and Seminars, good conversations and fruitful networking. Benefits of live events...

ENYA Beyond the Boards: ODA

Tuesday, 7/17, 6:30pm - 8pm
ODA
The AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) is proud to announce the next presentation in the Beyond the Boards series. ODA leadership will profile their firm and design process before focusing on several current...

Modern Architecture on the Upper East Side

Sunday, 7/15, 1pm - 3pm
William Tecumseh Sherman Monument in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), west of Fifth Avenue between 59th & 60th Sts
Meet at the William Tecumseh Sherman Monument in Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan), west of Fifth Avenue between 59th & 60th Streets.   NEW TOUR! Amidst the Upper East Side’s celebrated...

Between the Clocks: The Architecture of Park Avenue South

Saturday, 7/14, 10:30am - 1pm
SW cornder of 42nd Street and Park Avenue; meet inside the atrium space of the Philip Morris Building
Meet inside the atrium space of the Philip Morris building, SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue.   Between the exuberant clock on the façade of Grand Central Terminal...

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Saturday, 7/14, 9:45am - 1pm
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Dining Detritus: Zero Waste Restaurants

Thursday, 7/12, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This is a related program for the exhibition Designing Waste: Strategies for a Zero Waste City. Can design help restaurants and food service facilities go zero waste? In the third...

New York Digital Design Community

Wednesday, 7/11, 6:30pm - 9pm
ARUP (77 Water Street)
The New York Digital Design Community is a forum that focuses on showcasing technology-driven design by leading New York individuals, practices and universities. It is dedicated to disseminating the application...

Building Yugoslavia, 1948-1980

Marko Mušič. Memorial and Cultural Center, with Town Hall, Kolašin, Montenegro. 1970–75. Exterior view. Photo: Valentin Jeck, commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2016.
Wednesday, 7/11, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In the framework of the exhibition Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948-1980, opening at the Museum of Modern Art on July 15, architects represented in the exhibition will...

Packer Early Learning Center Tour

Wednesday, 7/11, 6pm - 8pm
Packer Early Learning Center (100 Clinton Street)
Located on the edge of the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, 100 Clinton Street is a two-story glazed brick and terracotta building. Built in 1923, it was subsequently purchased by Packer...

Zone Greener: Facilitating Solar Adoption

Tuesday, 7/10, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This course has been approved for 1.5 GBCI credits. In 2012, New York City adopted a package of amendments to the NYC Zoning Resolution, collectively called Zone Green, to facilitate more...

Battery Park City: Creating a New Neighborhood

Sunday, 7/8, 10:30am - 1pm
 Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park. (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage)
Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage). After more than four decades of planning and construction, Battery Park...

SoHo: New architectural interventions in a Historic District

Saturday, 7/7, 11am - 1pm
Center for Architecture
Meet at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place.   The SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, created in 1973, is dominated by innovative and remarkably intact mid-19th century architecture.  Originally designed...
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Hudson River Park, the High Line, West Chelsea and the Far West Village

Sunday, 7/1, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at the landside end of Pier 62 (opposite W. 22 St.), adjacent to the Skate Park and Classic Harbor Line ticket booth
Meet at the landside end of Pier 62 (opposite W. 22 St.), adjacent to the Skate Park and Classic Harbor Line ticket booth.  View a stunning variety of new architecture...

NYU & Washington Square: Changing Strategies of Growth and Design

Saturday, 6/30, 11am - 1pm
Washington Square Arch, Fifth Ave. & Washington Square North 
Meet at Washington Square Arch, Fifth Ave. & Washington Square North   Spanning more than a century, New York University’s growth around Washington Square has followed a variety of strategies: repurposing...

Raymond Farm Center Symposium: DETAILS, details

Saturday, 6/30, 8:30am - 6pm
Raymond Farm Center for Living Arts & Design
Residential Architecture Assembled/the Prose & Poetry of Construction In celebration of the 80th Anniversary of the Publication of Antonin and Noémi Raymond’s Architectural Details (1938), the Raymond Farm Center for...

Waste & Other Infrastructure: Discovering the Invisible City

Thursday, 6/28, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Infrastructure is banal and wondrous, ubiquitous and hidden. The task of presenting it to a general public—in galleries, publications, or events—comes with a unique set of challenges, distinct from architecture...

Oculus Book Talk: The Design of Childhood

Monday, 6/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In her new book, The Design of Childhood (Bloomsbury, June 2018) design critic Alexandra Lange investigates the histories of children’s human-made environment at all scales, from objects to landscapes, and...

Communicating Materials Transparency: Getting to the End Game

Sunday, 6/24, 6pm - 8pm
BBB, 120 Broadway, 20th Floor New York, NY 10271
There is a growing interest in understanding more about the materials that go into the spaces that we occupy. However, the process to understand these materials is complex and time-consuming....

AIANY Industrial Waterway Tour: Freshkills Park in Staten Island

Sunday, 6/24, 9:45am - 1pm
Come witness one of the most remarkable land reclamation projects in history. This extended AIANY architecture boat tour travels to Staten Island and offers a limited “backstage pass” to experience...

Making Place: Downtown Brooklyn

Saturday, 6/23, 10:30am - 6pm
Various Locations in downtown Brooklyn
A wave of new development is dramatically reshaping Downtown Brooklyn. On June 23, Open House New York will open more than a dozen buildings and sites to give you a...

RIBA lunch reception and presentation with Emre Arolat

Thursday, 6/21, 12pm - 1:30pm
EAA Studios, 199 Lafayette St, New York, NY
RIBA lunch reception and presentation with Emre Arolat

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU’s Presentation

Thursday, 6/21, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material (AIACES104501) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203) on 6/21/2018 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor...

A’18 Conference on Architecture

Wednesday, 6/20, 8am - Saturday, 6/23, 10pm
New York City
In 1857, thirteen architects met in New York to form an organization to promote architects and architecture. The AIA was born. Ten years later, the AIA held its first annual...

Implementing the New Urban Agenda to Achieve Sustainable Development

Wednesday, 6/20, 9am - 6pm
United Nations Headquarters
The Role of Technology: Implementing the New Urban Agenda to Achieve Sustainable Development   This conference will examine the impact of technology on cities now and in the future. It...

CTBUH New York to Tour 62-Story Tower, ARO

Wednesday, 6/20, 3pm - 5pm
ARO construction site, 242 West 53rd Street, New York, NY
Join the CTBUH New York “Future Leaders” Committee for a tour of ARO, a 62-story residential tower in Midtown Manhattan. The building’s massing responds to various site and zoning constraints,...

Workshop: Negotiation is Your Power Tool

Tuesday, 6/19, 6:30pm - 8pm
Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA)
AIANY Women in Architecture Committee (WIA) is pleased to present Negotiation is Your Power Tool, a special workshop to improve your negotiating skills.  Would you like to become a more...
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An Introduction to Navisworks Manage

Tuesday, 6/19, 11am - 12pm
Online Webinar
Autodesk Navisworks is a comprehensive project review solution that supports coordination, analysis, and communication of design intent and constructability. This meeting will explore basic concepts of Navisworks Manage and how...

[CANCELED] Architectural Interior Solutions Tour and Sustainable Wallcoverings Course for 1.0 HSW/LU Credit 

Tuesday, 6/19, 9am - 2pm
Duggal Visual Solutions Innovation Lab Showroom at 63 Flushing Ave. (Brooklyn Navy Yard)
This event has been canceled. For future AIA CE courses, please contact with your interest Jeanne Tassone at jeanne@duggal.com. Join us at Duggal Visual Solutions for breakfast, a tour of two...

Equity X Design Mappy Hour: Sketching Equitable Workplaces

Monday, 6/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Inclusive design has been a hot topic since the discrimination of traditional public restrooms made its way onto the political agenda last year. But inclusive design principles can and should...

New Architecture on Cooper Square, Bond St. and the New Bowery

Saturday, 6/16, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St. just below Astor Pl.
Meet at Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St. just below Astor Pl.  Explore new architecture on Cooper Square, Bond Street, and the Bowery. Highlights include new residential developments on Bond Street,...
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Designing Waste

Saturday, 6/16, 1pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a symposium for Designing Waste: Strategies for a Zero Waste City, an exhibition based on the Zero Waste Design Guidelines. Designing Waste explores how architects, designers, and...

A Conversation with John Burgee: Film Screening and Discussion

Wednesday, 6/13, 6:30pm - 9pm
The General Society Library
A Conversation with John Burgee: The Architecture of Johnson/Burgee is a documentary exploring the life and work of American architect John Burgee. Burgee, one of the founders of the influential firm...

Sustainability ∩ Resilience Integration II: Metrics

Wednesday, 6/13, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Metrics of Resilience and the RELi Rating System Sustainability and resilience are two sides of the same coin. When combined with regeneration, civility, and health, they create an emergent property...

NYLPF 2018 Annual Forum: Transformations in Dialogue

Wednesday, 6/13, 5:30pm - 8pm
Joseph Urban Theater | Hearst Tower
New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation Annual Forum Speakers: Toshiko Mori, FAIA James Carpenter Moderator: Fred Bernstein

Midtown Modernism 4: On and Off East 57th Street

Sunday, 6/10, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel
Meet at North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel.  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs...

Midtown Modernism 3: Crosstown Section, 53rd Street East to West

Saturday, 6/9, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.) 
Meet at northeast corner of Third Avenue & 52nd St. (in front of 875 Third Ave.)  View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by SOM, Philip...
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Conquer the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Commercial

Saturday, 6/9, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 6/7, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors (AIACES104501) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on 6/7/2018...

Funding the Future: Resilience Planning Across Public and Private Sectors

Thursday, 6/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In recent years, resilience planning across all domains has become a crucial part of national, state, and local discourse. It is essential to engage policy makers and funders in early...

Mass Timber: Design and Research

Thursday, 6/7, 5pm - 6:30pm
Building Energy Exchange
Please join BE-Ex to celebrate the publication of Mass Timber: Design and Research with author Susan Jones, one of the foremost voices in the mass timber dialogue today. A widely-discussed contemporary construction...

Best Practices / Best Experience for Lab Design

Wednesday, 6/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The world is evolving quickly, and scientific research developments are keeping pace. Scientists working in high-tech labs are exposed to a multitude of risks due to the nature of their...
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Examining Building Enclosures with Combustible Materials

Tuesday, 6/5, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
After a series of exterior fires in high-rise buildings around the globe, the fire protection industry has taken a closer look at the role exterior wall construction played in these...

Roosevelt Island: 1970s “New Town in Town,” Cornell Tech & Four Freedoms Park

Sunday, 6/3, 11am - 1:30pm
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.  
Meet at Roosevelt Island Tram Station on Roosevelt Island.   View a sampling of buildings spanning four centuries on the island formerly known first as Blackwell’s Island, later Welfare Island, and—since 1973—Roosevelt...
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Midtown Modernism 2: The Park Avenue Corridor

Saturday, 6/2, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.) 
Meet at southeast corner of Park Avenue & 47th St. (in front of 245 Park Ave.)  Park Avenue is the epicenter of Corporate Modernism. View three Modern masterpieces by SOM’s...

Annual Hamptons Tour: George Nelson + Rottet Studio House

Saturday, 6/2, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Rottet Studio House
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee in Montauk, NY for the Annual Hamptons Tour. This year’s tour will take participants to Lauren Rottet’s home, originally designed by George Nelson and Gordon Chadwick, and...

Cocktails & Conversation: Lee Mindel and Joseph Giovannini

Friday, 6/1, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Cocktails & Conversation is series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. Each program includes...

Dr. John Straube: Energy Efficiency of Large Commerical Buildings

Thursday, 5/31, 6:30am - 8pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
As we approach very high performance levels, small design elements become more significant. In this session focused on commercial buildings, John Straube will discuss the tricky details required to meet...

NYLON #13: Homelessness

Thursday, 5/31, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
With over 160,000 people in London without permanent accommodation and over 63,000 in the New York City municipal shelter system, how are these global cities tackling homelessness and providing innovative...

Cities and the Future of Negative Emissions

Wednesday, 5/30, 6pm - Monday, 4/30, 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, 150 East 58th St., Suite 361 New York, NY 10155
Direct Air Capture (DAC) refers to a range of emerging technologies that draw and convert atmospheric carbon into stable forms. This carbon can then be sequestered or productively reused, effectively...

Improving Your Commute: A Look at the RPA’s Fourth Regional Plan

Wednesday, 5/30, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hosts a panel discussion on the Regional Plan Association’s Fourth Regional Plan. The plan contains a series of ideas to create a more dynamic,...

Hyper-Efficient Building Workshop: Strategies for Complying with Local Law 31

Tuesday, 5/29, 9am - Wednesday, 5/30, 5pm
The Center for Architecture
In 2016, New York City passed Local Laws 31 & 32, aimed at strengthening existing sustainability requirements and introducing new measures that will make NYC-owned buildings among the most efficient in the...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 5/24, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood (AIACES103501) and How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring (AIACES106503) (CEU-103080) on 5/24/2018...

Lightshow 2018 – The Dulanski Group Lighting Showcase

Wednesday, 5/23, 10am - Thursday, 5/24, 8pm
The Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, New York, NY
The Dulanski Group’s Lighting Showcase –  “LIGHTSHOW 2018” will have industry experts speaking on a variety of topics including Emergency Lighting Controls, Advanced Controls in the Modern Classroom, The Future...

Navigating Environmental Restrictions

Wednesday, 5/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The NYC Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation will present on their role in the construction process. Speakers:Daniel Walsh, PhD, Director, NYC Office of Environmental Remediation (OER)Hannah Moore, Associate Director, Chief...

SGH NEW YORK SEMINAR: Exploring Famous Failures and Why They Happened

Tuesday, 5/22, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, 550 Seventh Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10018
It is critical that we learn from failures lest we repeat the mistakes that cause them. While the analysis of structural failure can involve complex technical and procedural issues, common...

Got License?

Got License?
Tuesday, 5/22, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
Join representatives from the NYS Board for Architecture and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) for “Got License?” The program will cover NCARB and NYS updates, including the transition...

Design for City Living

Tuesday, 5/22, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Jacob K Javits Convention Center
Program requirements for new urban residential developments are constantly evolving. Organized by the AIANY Interiors Committee, and moderated by Hayes Slade, AIA, AIANY President Elect, Principal, Slade Architecture, learn from...

Lighting With People In Mind

Monday, 5/21, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Preeminent lighting designers will discuss the differences between lighting for safety and for feeling, developing a vocabulary about lit space, and the surprising ways that lighting carries symbolic meaning about...

Tour of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Sunday, 5/20, 10am - 11:30am
Grace Auditorium
This one-and-a-half hour private guided walking tour will educate attendees about the historic and modern architecture of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL), as well as the groundbreaking biomedical research taking...
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West Side Story: The Evolution of Lincoln Center

Sunday, 5/20, 11am - 12:30pm
Meet at the fountain in the plaza of Lincoln Center
Meet at the fountain in the plaza of Lincoln Center.   Discover the evolution of this pioneering midcentury cultural complex. On this tour we explore Lincoln Center’s origins as an urban renewal project by the infamous Robert Moses, announced in 1956. We begin...
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New York’s Civic Center: History, Urban Development & Architecture

Saturday, 5/19, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Jacob Mould Fountain, City Hall Park, at the north side of the fountain in City Hall Park
Meet at the north side of the fountain in City Hall Park.  Explore the rich history of New York’s Civic Center area, with a focus on urban planning, development, and architecture. From City Hall Park to...

2018 Gil Oberfield Memorial Lecture: LEVENBETTS

Thursday, 5/17, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The annual Oberfield lecture was founded as a memorial to Gil Oberfiled, AIA, former member and chair of the AIANY Interiors Committee. The lecture brings to the podium speakers whose...

The Complete Package: Specifications for Steel Stud Masonry Veneer Wall Systems

Thursday, 5/17, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In today’s high-performance building market, specifying materials that work together as a complete wall system is more critical than ever. Systems can help designers meet new energy codes, reduce costs,...

CEU Presentation: Outdoor Kitchens

Wednesday, 5/16, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center
The Outdoor Kitchen market has grown year over year since 2009. The basic outdoor grill has been influenced by design, and has prompted the growth of creating spaces that move...

Effective Building Enclosure Designs & Strategies

Tuesday, 5/15, 8:15am - 4:30pm
Center for Architecture
A day of presentations and CEU’s revolving around effective building enclosure designs & strategies. Free admission for all design professional Complimentary continental breakfast & lunch provided Space is limited to...

Conquering the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Residential

Tuesday, 5/15, 9am - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

Winners Roundtable | New Practices New York 2018

Tuesday, 5/15, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
AIANY New Practices Committee hosts a roundtable panel discussion with the winning firms of the New Practices New York 2018 competition. New Practices New York, a biennial competition since 2006, serves...

Certified Passive House Training

Monday, 5/14, 9am - Friday, 5/18, 5pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber St. Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
May 14-18, 2018 (this is a 5-day course) Hosted by NAPHN (North American Passive House Network) the Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant Training is 5 days of in-class instruction, and additional...

Oculus Book Talk: The New Landscape Declaration

Monday, 5/14, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
On the 50th anniversary of Ian McHarg’s 1966 “Declaration of Concern,” the Landscape Architecture Foundation convened acclaimed practitioners to ask what the discipline should achieve in the future. These proposals and reflections were captured...

The Changing Face of North Midtown: Crosstown Below the Park

Sunday, 5/13, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at the North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. & 59th St., across from the Plaza Hotel
Meet at the North side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, near Fifth Ave. & 59th St., across from the Plaza Hotel.  Much of the new construction in Midtown Manhattan...
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Modern Architecture & Adaptive Re-Use in the West Village & Meatpacking District

Saturday, 5/12, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist.  Discover lesser-known examples of Modern architecture, some stunning new buildings, and...
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Leadership Breakfast with Susan T. Rodriguez, FAIA

Friday, 5/11, 8am - 9am
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for a conversation with Susan T. Rodriguez, FAIA.  SpeakerSusan T. Rodriguez, FAIA, Principal, Susan T. Rodriguez|Architecture • Design. Susan Rodriguez has recently begun...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 5/10, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 (AIACES101501) and Wood Flooring Species (AIACES106501) (CEU-104025) on 5/10/2018 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies....

Mass Timber: Benefits and Barriers

Thursday, 5/10, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Mass timber is quickly becoming a viable construction option for tall buildings due to its strength, beauty, and carbon sequestration potential. Come hear from a diverse panel of professionals as...

Quality Affordable Housing in NYC

Wednesday, 5/9, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
NOTE: A digital copy of Designing New York: Quality Affordable Housing is available for download here. Since Mayor de Blasio launched the Housing New York plan in 2014, New York City has greatly...
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The Fairview: Deep Retrofits in Multi-family Residences

Tuesday, 5/8, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
Join Building Energy Exchange for a panel discussion showcasing the deep energy retrofit at The Fairview, a large multi-family residence in Forest Hills. A deep energy retrofit may seem daunting...

Two Major State Tax Issues for A&E Firms

Tuesday, 5/8, 8am - 10am
Citrin Cooperman, MPR Room, 529 5th Avenue, 4th Floor (44th Street, between 5th and Madison), New York, NY
State taxes are growing increasingly complicated and enforcement of these complex rules has become more stringent. Big data is now being used by state government agencies to identify non-compliance with...

Historic Terracotta: Stabilize, Restore or Replace?

Monday, 5/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This panel will discuss why terracotta may get a bad rap in many of New York’s historic buildings. It will review how the NYC Department of Buildings differentiates one building...

9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center: Architecture, Urban Planning and History

Sunday, 5/6, 10am - 12pm
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul's Chapel)
Meet at the southwest corner of Broadway and Vesey Street (by St. Paul’s Chapel)   Rebuilding the World Trade Center site in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks has been...
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Modern FiDi: Expanding and Renovating the Financial District

Saturday, 5/5, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church
Meet at Wall Street & Broadway in front of Trinity Church   While the Financial District is widely known for its historic architecture, it also boasts a variety of distinctive Modern...
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Tax Reform for the Architecture Industry

Friday, 5/4, 8am - 9:30am
Center for Architecture
The Trump Administration passed an intricate and complex tax reform bill just before the close of 2017, but what will this mean for firms as we move into 2018? A panel of...

Mental Health in Justice Facilities

Thursday, 5/3, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This roundtable discussion will focus on planning and designing for mental health populations in justice facilities. A group of multi-disciplinary experts representing diverse perspectives will describe the complex issues around...

Design Immersion: Sketch to Virtual Reality with ArchiCAD

Wednesday, 5/2, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
This hands-on course introduces basic Building Information Modeling (BIM) and BIM collaboration concepts.  Concluding the course, attendees will understand 3D modeling, the strategies needed and the benefits of adopting a...

Workplace Design: Part 1

Wednesday, 5/2, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Every space tells a story. For companies, to what degree does marketing their physical work environment attract talent and retain employees in this era of both highly amenitized and deliberately nomadic...
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Urban Cellular Agriculture: The Meaty Truth

Tuesday, 5/1, 6pm - 8pm
Project Farmhouse, 76 E 13th St, NYC 10003
Cellular Agriculture comprises a range of biotech methods that produce real animal-based materials and products, such as meat, dairy and leather… without the animals. High-profile backers, ranging from Sergey Brin...

Sustainable Space for Seniors: Design for Aging and the Environment

Tuesday, 5/1, 6pm - 8pm
Hafele Showroom
This program will provide an update on senior housing in New York City, specifically as it relates to accessibility and sustainable design. The panel will bring together perspectives and expertise...
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Hudson River Park, the High Line, West Chelsea and the Far West Village

Sunday, 4/29, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at the landside end of Pier 62 (opposite W. 22 St.), adjacent to the Skate Park and Classic Harbor Line ticket booth
Meet at the landside end of Pier 62 (opposite W. 22 St.), adjacent to the Skate Park and Classic Harbor Line ticket booth.  View a stunning variety of new architecture...
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Future of Design NYC 2018

Saturday, 4/28, 9am - 5pm
Manny Cantor Center / Educational Alliance
Future of Design in New York City is an annual conference to energize the community of structural engineers, architects, artists, fabricators, and builders by exploring new ways of designing, building,...

Between the Clocks: The Architecture of Park Avenue South

Saturday, 4/28, 11am - 1pm
Meet at SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue under the arcade of the Philip Morris Building
Meet at SW corner of 42nd Street and Park Avenue under the arcade of the Philip Morris Building.   Between the exuberant clock on the façade of Grand Central Terminal...
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WISE: Women in Power – A Conversation with Vicki Kuo

Friday, 4/27, 8:30am - 10am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
Join the Building Energy Exchange for a Women in Sustainability and Energy (WISE) keynote event featuring Vicki Kuo, director of Energy Efficiency and Demand Management at Con Edison. Kuo oversees...

Cocktails & Conversation: John Ruble & Mark Simon on Charles Moore

Friday, 4/27, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
Cocktails & Conversations is series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. Each program includes a...

WISE: Women in Power – A Conversation with Vicki Kuo

Friday, 4/27, 8:30am - 10am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
Join the Building Energy Exchange for a Women in Sustainability and Energy (WISE) keynote event featuring Vicki Kuo, director of Energy Efficiency and Demand Management at Con Edison. Kuo oversees...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 4/26, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks (AIACES109502) and Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces (AIACES109503) (CEU-105259) on 4/26/2018 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor...

Housing Action: Innovating for Affordable Living

Thursday, 4/26, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
During the era of Modernism, architects led the charge in addressing housing shortage, devising innovative formal, technical, and organizational strategies for mass housing at a time of rapid urbanization and...

Rooftop Solar Panels: Installation and Access

Thursday, 4/26, 4pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Building Codes Committee for a presentation on solar panel installation and rooftop access. Representatives from the NYC Department of Buildings and the NYC Fire Department will cover topics including...

Tour and Centenary Celebration of Paul Rudolph

Wednesday, 4/25, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Modulightor Building
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee for a tour of a sleekly modernist apartment designed by the iconic architect Paul Rudolph. The tour will include a walk-though of his Modulightor showroom...
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California High Speed Rail Project – MENY April Meeting

Wednesday, 4/25, 5:30pm - 7pm
Center for Architecture
At an estimated $10.6 billion program, the California High Speed Rail (CAHSR) will be the pioneer high-speed rail program in the nation, connecting San Francisco to Los Angeles in less...

Applying Living Building Challenge at a Biomimetic Scale

Tuesday, 4/24, 6pm - 7:30pm
Mohawk Group Showroom, 125 West 25th Street 6th flr New York, NY 10001
The Living Building Challenge (LBC) is designed to encourage the development of buildings that have a net positive benefit to their environment. To date, most certified Living buildings are low...

Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art: Architecture and Landscape

Giacometti Gallery at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Monday, 4/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, located twenty miles north of Copenhagen, Denmark, is famous for its enchanting seaside setting, distinctive architecture, and welcoming, unpretentious atmosphere. Constructed around a park,...

Remembering the Future: Architecture at the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair

Sunday, 4/22, 1pm - 3pm
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance (Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art
Meet in the cafe at the eastern entrance ( Unisphere side) of the Queens Museum of Art. World’s Fairs have for years offered the chance for architects to explore new concepts and technologies to create memorable,...

Midtown Modernism 1: East 42nd Street, the United Nations and Vicinity

Saturday, 4/21, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at Park Ave. & 42nd St, at east side of cafe in Pershing Square, across from Grand Central Terminal
Meet at Park Ave. & 42nd St, at east side of cafe in Pershing Square, across from Grand Central Terminal.  View some of Midtown’s most distinctive buildings and interiors, ranging...
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Green Light: Lighting Retrofits – Strategies and Applications

Friday, 4/20, 1:30pm - 3pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
CEU Credits: 1.5 Join Building Energy Exchange for our four-part training series on lighting retrofits: Green Light. From energy code and regulation considerations and selection of LED and controls technology,...

Green Light: Advanced Controls – Types and Functions

Friday, 4/20, 11am - 12:30pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
CEU Credits: 1.5 Join Building Energy Exchange for our four-part training series on lighting retrofits: Green Light. From energy code and regulation considerations and selection of LED and controls technology,...

Green Light: LED Lighting – Evaluation and Selection

Friday, 4/20, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
CEU Credits: 1.5 Join Building Energy Exchange for our four-part training series on lighting retrofits: Green Light. From energy code and regulation considerations and selection of LED and controls technology,...

Facades+

Friday, 4/20, 8am - 5pm
New York Law School
Facades+ unites top professionals from the worlds of design, fabrication, and construction to consider how high performance envelopes contribute to and are shaped by NYC’s unique architectural landscape. Be inspired...

Building Tour: Columbia University School of Nursing

Friday, 4/20, 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Columbia University School of Nursing
The new Columbia University School of Nursing is a state-of-the-art educational facility at the Columbia University Medical Center campus in upper Manhattan. The design focuses on creating a bright, welcoming...

Facades+

Thursday, 4/19, 7:45am - 7pm
Metropolitan West
Facades+ unites top professionals from the worlds of design, fabrication, and construction to consider how high performance envelopes contribute to and are shaped by NYC’s unique architectural landscape. Be inspired...

Community Engagement: Creating Success Where It Counts

Thursday, 4/19, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How can architects, planners, builders, and building managers ensure good design while meaningfully addressing communities about which there are many assumptions? What if buildings could make communities stronger and more...

Green Light: Lighting Codes and Regulations

Wednesday, 4/18, 9am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
CEU Credits: 2 Join Building Energy Exchange for our four-part training series on lighting retrofits: Green Light. From energy code and regulation considerations and selection of LED and controls technology,...

Speed Presentations Edition 9 – Wellness

Wednesday, 4/18, 6pm - 8pm
Steelcase
The AIANY Interiors Committee is pleased to announce “Speed Presentations Edition 9 – Wellness” presented in conjunction with the AIANY Health Facilities Committee. Ten New York-based architects will present their...

OUALALOU + CHOI: Territories of Disobedience

Wednesday, 4/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architects today play a marginal role in the production of built environments, often entering a project long after its critical limits have been defined. OUALALOU + CHOI seeks to reestablish...

Failure Demand – A Hidden Drag on the Performance of Professional Services Firms

Wednesday, 4/18, 7:30am - 1pm
Turner Construction Company Boardroom, 375 Hudson St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10014
A very large part of professional services work or effort is the result of failure demand. There are two types of demand on our time: demand for our value-added services...

Professional Kitchen Design

Tuesday, 4/17, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, A&D Building, 150 East 58th St.Third Floor, New York, NY 10155
The modern restaurant world is influencing more than just the taste buds of its clientele. From the celebrity chef to the abundance of cooking programs on television, the restaurant ‘lifestyle’...

SEAoNY April Seminar: Joint Meeting with the Concrete Industry Board of NY—Concrete Construction Tolerances

Tuesday, 4/17, 6:15pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Tolerances are the road lines for construction—the goal is to stay within the lines, the consequences of going outside the lines depend on by how much and what is on...

Re-Balancing the Power: Solutions for Sexual Misconduct in Architecture and Design Culture

Monday, 4/16, 9am - 10:30am
Hafele America Co., 20 W. 22nd Street, Suite 201, New York, NY 10010
Join the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation on April 16th at 9 AM for Re-Balancing the Power: Solutions for Sexual Misconduct in Architecture and Design Culture. Panelists: Robin Pogrebin Mark Regulinski, AIA...

Battery Park City: Creating a New Neighborhood

Sunday, 4/15, 10:30am - 1pm
Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park
Meet at the portal of Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park (between Battery Park and the Museum of Jewish Heritage). After more than four decades of planning and construction, Battery Park...
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SoHo: New architectural interventions in a Historic District

Saturday, 4/14, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Meet at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place.    The SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, created in 1973, is dominated by innovative and remarkably intact mid-19th century architecture.  Originally designed...
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Mastering Manhattan: An Architectural Showdown

Mastering Manhattan: An Architectural Quiz Show
Friday, 4/13, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In just under three months, New York City architects will welcome thousands of colleagues from across the country for the AIA Conference on Architecture (A’18). In preparation for this momentous...

Energy Modeling Workshop for Project Managers (Day 1 of 2)

Friday, 4/13, 2pm - 5pm
Center for Architecture
This program is designed to be two three-hour sessions, held at the Center for Architecture. Session One will focus on energy code requirements and will include a workshop to allow...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 4/12, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, From the Forest to the Floor (AIACED108502) and Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job (AIACED108503) (CEU-104201) on 4/12/2018 between 1PM-2:30PM...

Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Data

Monday, 4/9, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architects have been tasked with integrating qualitative and quantitative data sources more frequently in the design and optimization of their work. Measures range from financial to ecological. Yet social and human environmental...

NYU & Washington Square: Changing Strategies of Growth and Design

Sunday, 4/8, 11am - 1pm
Washington Square Arch
Meet at Washington Square Arch, Fifth Ave. & Washington Square North   Spanning more than a century, New York University’s growth around Washington Square has followed a variety of strategies: repurposing...

Morningside Heights: Institutional Acropolis

Saturday, 4/7, 1pm - 3:30pm
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.    Best known...
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Rising Urbanists: Green Infrastructure for Coastal Resilience

Friday, 4/6, 9am - 6pm
Hunter College Auditorium
The ASLA-NY Student Chapter at the City College of New York is organizing a multi-disciplinary conference to imagine the potential for Green Infrastructure to address socio-economic disparities in sea level...

AERIAL FUTURES: Urban Constellations

Friday, 4/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In cities where demand for air travel is high, it’s not uncommon to find two, three or even—as is increasingly the case in some metropolitan areas—six airports. These multiple-airport cities...

Michael Murphy: Justice is Beauty

Wednesday, 4/4, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Can buildings heal and promote justice in our divided communities? How can we use design tools to create a healthier community and a more just world? MASS Design Group’s Co-founder...

The Road Less Taken: Re-Emergence of Career, Technical, & Adult Education Spaces

Brooklyn STEAM Center | Credit: Perkins Eastman Architects
Wednesday, 4/4, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The return of high‐tech manufacturing to the United States, combined with a paucity of trained professionals in technical and engineering fields, has driven demand for career-specific training. Educational and other...

Connecting Design and Construction for Architecute, Structure and MEP

Tuesday, 4/3, 11am - 12pm
Webinar
Integrate the complete design-to-construction workflow as an efficient, collaborative digital effort. BIM initially gained traction with design professionals to iterate more fluidly, analyze options more objectively, and produce better documentation....

Zone Greener: Higher-Efficiency Wall Systems

Zone Greener: Higher-Efficiency Wall Systems
Tuesday, 4/3, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In 2012, the City of New York adopted a package of amendments to the NYC Zoning Resolution, collectively called Zone Green, to facilitate more sustainable and energy-efficient design. Zone Green...

Performance in NYC: Designing for a New Generation

Monday, 4/2, 7pm - 8pm
Hayes Theater
How does the design of performance space impact the creation of new work? How can that space transform the experience of the viewer? This program will look at how recent...
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The Habits of Entrepreneurs: The Intersection of Design and Hacker Culture

Image credit: Bluecadet
Friday, 3/30, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
As emerging professionals in a collaborative field, we are constantly seeking new and better ways to communicate. The ENYA Committee and Architecture Practice Talks (APT) have invited Bluecadet’s Brad Baer...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 3/29, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Engineered Wood Flooring (AIACES106504) and Wood Flooring Grades (AIACES109501) (CEU-105203) on 03/29/18 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will be covering...

Passive House: Barriers and Pathways to Scale

Thursday, 3/29, 6pm - 8pm
TBA
From a design perspective, Passive House is feasible to be implemented in NYC’s high rise buildings. So what is stopping developers from taking the plunge and pursuing such projects? How...

Getting the Most Out of Your Autodesk Account

Tuesday, 3/27, 11am - 12pm
Online Webinar
Join Microsol Resources as we show you how to boost the value of your Autodesk software investment with Autodesk Account; the most convenient and cost-effective way to access the latest...

The Amazing Career of Nathaniel A. Owings (1903–1984)

Monday, 3/26, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
When Nathaniel Owings died, the Washington Post wrote that the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill was his finest creation. SOM is, however, but one piece of an extraordinary career. Gordon...

4 CEUs + Beer: Communities Count – Engagement and Mentoring Strategies in Theory and Practice

Friday, 3/23, 1pm - 6:30pm
Center For Architecture
In creating sustainable landscapes in the urban setting, what if we could create something that not only helps the people in the community but uses their experience as the center...

LEED V4 For MEP Design and Energy Model

Thursday, 3/22, 4:30pm - Thursday, 2/22, 7:30pm
Building Energy Exchange
This lecture will provide a general overview of LEED v4 to help the participants identify important updates/changes and best design approaches of LEED v4. The lecture will focus on Energy...

The Fairview: Deep Retrofits in Multi-family Residences

Wednesday, 3/21, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street Suite 609, New York, NY
Join Building Energy Exchange for a panel discussion showcasing the deep energy retrofit of The Fairview, a large multi-family residence in Forest Hills. A deep energy retrofit may seem daunting...

SEAoNY March Seminar: Classifying NYC’s Housing Stock—Clarifying a Vexing Issue

Tuesday, 3/20, 6:15pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Private or Public? Residential or Commercial? Warehouse or Manufacturing? Multiple dwelling or single family? Fireproof or Non-fireproof? Wood framed or masonry? Steel or Concrete? New construction or old? Landmarked or...

Planning the Metropolis in Latin America, 1830-1930

Monday, 3/19, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In the context of the exhibition The Metropolis in Latin America, 1830-1930, opening at the Americas Society on March 21st, co-curators Idurre Alonso and Maristella Casciato, as well as architecture...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 3/15, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Designing with Wood Floors (AIACED108501) and Specifying Commercial Wood Floors (AIACES107501) (CEU-104082) on 03/15/18 between 1PM-2:30PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will...

Unsung Protagonists: The Power of Women in 21st Century Architecture

Fearless girl statue
Thursday, 3/15, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In honor of Women’s History Month, the AIANY Diversity and Inclusion Committee is convening a panel of esteemed women in the design industry to discuss their contributions to the built...

SGH NY SEMINAR: Complying with New York City’s Energy Code for Building Enclosures

Tuesday, 3/13, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, 550 Seventh Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY
Energy performance requirements for residential and commercial buildings are now more stringent than ever. In New York City, the 2016 energy code update included substantial changes to improve building enclosure...

SEAoNY YMG & ASCE SEI: Unrecognized Knowledge: Recurring Structural Failures

Tuesday, 3/13, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Since the 1960s, forensic investigators of structural failures have primarily sought out quantifiable errors and omissions. Underlying causes of too many of these failures have gone unnoticed, thus not offering...

Annual Principals’ Breakfast: What’s Next in the AEC Forecast? Presented by SMPS-NY and PWC

Tuesday, 3/13, 8am - 10am
The Yale Club
Panelists will provide an overview of the A/E/C and real estate industries, discuss market trends, and give attendees insight on how to identify and capitalize on growth opportunities. Speakers Jessica...

Sustainability ∩ Resilience | Integration Series 1

Sustainability ∩ Resilience | Integration Series 1
Wednesday, 3/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How can our projects better meet both climate change adaptation and mitigation goals? How can our profession more proactively discuss issues of risk related to both objectives with our clients?...

New Zealand Design

Tuesday, 3/6, 6pm - 8pm
Fisher & Paykel Experience Center, A&D Building, 150 East 58th St. Third Floor, New York, NY 10155
The modern design world takes influence from global sources. Innovation and ideas are sourced from any number of countries, cultures and environments. Architects and designers are being asked to incorporate...
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Public Space: Crossroads of Art, Architecture, and Community

Tuesday, 3/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee presents a panel presentation and discussion on strategies for including public art in public spaces. An esteemed panel will present ways in which public art...

Certified Passive House Training

Monday, 3/5, 9am - Friday, 3/9, 5pm
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers St, Suite 609, New York, NY 10007
With 5 days of in-class instruction, and additional e-learning modules that can be completed at one’s own pace, participants will get a thorough grounding in the critical aspects of Passive...

Safety Assessment Program (SAP) Training

Sunday, 3/4, 9:30am - 5:30pm
Center for Architecture
Disasters create terrible consequences, forcing people out of their homes into temporary shelters and closing down communities. While productive individuals sit idle in shelters, or even move away, local building...

Cocktails & Conversation: Tod Williams and Billie Tsien

Friday, 3/2, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
This series of dialogues about design joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. Friday night is not “Friday Night” without...

Oculus Book Talk: The Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion

Thursday, 3/1, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion (Actar, 2017) is an encyclopedia of 202 tools—or “weapons”—used by architects, planners, policy makers, developers, real-estate brokers, activists, and other urban actors in the...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 3/1, 1pm - 2:30pm
Downtown Floor Supplies, 153 West 27th St New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our two credit courses, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material (AIACES104501) and How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring (AIACES106503) (CEU-103080) on 03/1/18 between 1PM-2:30PM...

Hyper-Efficient Building Workshop: Strategies for Complying with Local Law 31

Wednesday, 2/28, 9am - Thursday, 3/1, 5pm
The Center for Architecture
In 2016, New York City passed Local Laws 31 & 32, aimed at strengthening existing sustainability requirements and introducing new measures that will make NYC-owned buildings among the most efficient in the...

Digitizing Building Systems: NANTUM

Wednesday, 2/28, 9am - 10:30am
Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers Street Suite 608, New York, NY
Join the Building Energy Exchange for Digitizing Building Systems: NANTUM®. This is the first of a two-part series on building operating systems, also featuring a look at NYPA’s secure energy...

SEAoNY February Seminar: Deconstructing Implicit Bias in the AEC Workplace

Tuesday, 2/27, 6:15pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY
This interactive program will focus on how addressing implicit bias in the workplace can forward achievement of the Best Practices identified by the NCSEA SE3 Committee. These Best Practices were...

Optimize Energy Efficient Design of Buildings Facades

Tuesday, 2/27, 11am - 12pm
Join Microsol Resources’ webinar as we discuss design and performance of the next generation of facades and use the BIM workflow. Simon Whelan, COO of FenestraPro will showcase how to...

Designing the Next-Generation Facade for Human Performance

Friday, 2/23, 8am - 12pm
The Times Center, 242 W 41st St, New York, NY 10036
Studies suggest that the building façade system can play a major role in enhancing employee health and well-being. This seminar will introduce participants to the human and environmental benefits of...

Spaces of Action: Designing and Using the Public Realm for Change

Thursday, 2/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
New York City has been in the midst of a renaissance in the design and construction of public spaces for the past ten years. New York and other major cities across the U.S. have...

TWA Lounge and Hotel: Design Presentation and Cocktails

Wednesday, 2/21, 6pm - 8pm
TWA Lounge
***THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!***** ***Click “Register” to add your name to the Wait List*** Join us for a design presentation of the TWA lounge at 1 WTC and the...

A Legacy of Contribution: African-American Spatial Mythos in New York City

Wednesday, 2/21, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Diversity + Inclusion Commitee is proud to present:  A Legacy of Contribution: African-American Spatial Mythos in New York City, a panel discussion spotlights historical spaces created around Black communities as part of...

Transforming Social Housing – Stories from Europe

Saturday, 2/17, 1pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
Across Europe living habits and architectural traditions differ from country to country, but uniting the continent is a renewed focus on embracing new methods and innovative refurbishment strategies to achieve...

Leadership Breakfast with Angela O’Byrne, FAIA

Friday, 2/16, 8am - 9am
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for a conversation with Angela O’Byrne, FAIA. Speaker: Angela O’Byrne, FAIA, President, Perez APC Born in Cali, Colombia, O’Byrne earned her Master...

Energy Analysis and Modeling Tools for Architects

Friday, 2/16, 10am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Through prepared, modeled examples, instructors will provide a hands-on, practical understanding of current energy modeling programs, workflows and analyses for project design team members. Analyses will include early design sensitivity...

Next Gen Arch: Designing Towards an Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Profession

Saturday, 2/10, 1pm - 5pm
Center for Architecture
This symposium will discuss the initial findings of the 2017 AIANY Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Member Survey and accompanying research. In 2017, the AIANY Diversity & Inclusion Committee received a...

Adaptive Reuse for Education

Wednesday, 2/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
“Adaptive Reuse for Education” will focus on the different strategies in architectural and educational planning to transform buildings intended for other purposes into vibrant environments for education. Learn how buildings...

Master Class: Researching the History of Buildings in New York City

Tuesday, 2/6, 6:30pm - Tuesday, 2/27, 8pm
The Municipal Art Society of New York
Join The Municipal Art Society of New York for our most popular MASter Class, Researching the History of Buildings, offered for more than 30 years with architectural historian and renowned...

The Future of Domestic Hot Water in NYC

Tuesday, 2/6, 6pm - 8pm
GROHE
As buildings in New York City become more reliant on renewable and stored energy, air source heat pump (ASHP) domestic hot water systems will likely become more prevalent in multifamily...

Blue Dunes: Climate Change by Design

Thursday, 2/1, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Blue Dunes: Climate Change by Design is a book documenting the proposal to create an offshore barrier island chain in the New York/New Jersey Harbor. Today, this proposal stands at...

Framework for the Future: Transportation + Infrastructure

Thursday, 1/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Transportation + Infrastructure Committee is kicking off 2018 with an evening of ideas, discussions, and community building. We will explore the Infrastructure policy issues that we face in...

Understanding Administrative Hearings and Protocol

Thursday, 1/25, 5pm - 7pm
Club 101
The Zoning Advisory Council and AIA Brooklyn Present a seminar on Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. @ Club 101 at 101 Park Avenue. Eligible attendees...

Conquer the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Residential

Tuesday, 1/23, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

Building Science Basics: Understanding the Effects of Heat, Air, and Water

Wednesday, 1/17, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
SpeakerHenry Gifford of Chris Benedict, R. A. Henry Gifford has helped design and oversee construction of about 80 energy efficient buildings, none of which have cost more to build than...

Book Talk: OfficeUS Manual

Tuesday, 1/16, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
OfficeUS Manual (Lars Müller Publishers, 2017) is a critical, occasionally humorous, and sometimes stupefying guide to the architectural workplace. The third publication of OfficeUS, this book presents office policies and...

Cocktails & Conversation: Tom Kundig and Cathleen McGuigan

Friday, 1/5, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
This series of dialogues about design joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. Friday night is not “Friday Night” without...

The Social Imperative: Architecture and the City in China

Friday, 1/5, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
Despite an era of great development and economic liberalization, China’s urban environment is impacted by increasing social inequality. The Social Imperative: Architecture and the City in China, edited by H....

Responsive Scaffolding: Emergency Relief

Thursday, 1/4, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How is scaffolding used in response to emergency situations? Quickly deployed and configurable to myriad contexts, scaffolding performs a vital role in stabilizing damaged structures, constructing new shelters, and providing...

Conquer the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Commercial

Wednesday, 12/20, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

Understanding the Drone: Aerial Innovation and Automated Futures

Monday, 12/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Technology Committee for an introduction and overview of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). We will learn about the past, present, and future of drones as a projected $125B industry...

Safety Assessment Program (SAP) Training

Sunday, 12/17, 9:30am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Intended for licensed architects, engineers, or building code officials, this course certifies attendees as Building Evaluators in the California Safety Assessment Program (SAP). The program is managed by Cal EMA...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist NWFA IDCEC and AIA CEU Presentation

Thursday, 12/14, 1pm - 2pm
Downtown Floor Supplies: 153 W 27th Street New York, NY 10001
Please join us for our Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood Class on 12/14/17 between 1PM-2PM at Downtown Floor Supplies. We will be covering the latest trends to hit the American market...

Global Color & Design Trends of 2018

Thursday, 12/14, 6pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
1 AIA LU | 1 IDCEC CEU This presentation focuses on the Global Color & Design Trends of 2018, as researched and identified by PPG’s international team of color experts...

Women in Architecture Speed Mentoring

Wednesday, 12/13, 5:45pm - 8pm
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for a mentoring event modeled after speed-dating with the goal of developing a network that provides support to professional women in the...

Design Immersion: Sketch to Virtual Reality with ArchiCAD

Tuesday, 12/12, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
This hands-on course introduces basic Building Information Modeling (BIM) and BIM collaboration concepts.  Concluding the course, attendees will understand 3D modeling, the strategies needed and the benefits of adopting a...

University Roundtable on Deep Energy and Carbon Reductions

Tuesday, 12/12, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York invites you to attend a university roundtable on deep energy and carbon reductions.  In New York City and State, universities are leading the way in terms of...

In Pursuit of Performance: Financial and Social Metrics of Architectural Success

Monday, 12/11, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This program will showcase evidence of how social science research informs higher performing environments. Experts in designing, managing, and measuring the performance of workplace and retail spaces will present tangible...

Procrastinators’ Days 2017

Saturday, 12/9, 10am - 2pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York’s  annual Procrastinators’ Days is an important continuing education event for architects in New York. Offering up to 17 HSW AIA CES through registered educational sessions, Procrastinators’ Days...

Procrastinators’ Days 2017

Friday, 12/8, 8am - Saturday, 12/9, 2pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York’s  annual Procrastinators’ Days is an important continuing education event for architects in New York. Offering up to 17 HSW AIA CES through registered educational sessions, Procrastinators’ Days...

Procrastinators’ Days

Thursday, 12/7, 8am - Saturday, 12/9, 2pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York’s annual Procrastinators’ Days is an important continuing education event for architects in New York. Offering up to 17 HSW AIA CES through registered educational sessions, Procrastinators’ Days...

The Future of NYC Jails

Wednesday, 12/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
NYC is at a pivotal moment with an opportunity to dramatically change its approach to correctional facilities. There is emerging political consensus that the existing jail complex at Riker’s Island...

Getting to Zero: Zero Waste Design Guidelines

Monday, 12/4, 7pm - 8:30pm
SVA Theatre
Join us for a special evening to conclude Open House New York’s Getting to Zero, a yearlong series exploring New York City’s waste system. Over the course of the past year,...

Cocktails & Conversation: David Piscuskas, FAIA, and David Hollenberg

Perry World House. Photo by Peter Aaron
Friday, 12/1, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
Speakers: David Piscuskas, FAIA, LEED AP, Founding Principal, 1100 Architect; 2017 President, AIA New York David Hollenberg, University Architects, University of Pennsylvania; Adjunct Professor, PennDesign David Piscuskas, FAIA, LEED AP,...

Virtual Tour of the Francis Crick Institute

Thursday, 11/30, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Science and Research Facilities Committee is pleased to offer a virtual tour of the 2017 Laboratory of the Year, the Francis Crick Institute in London, UK by HOK...

NYLON #12: Comeback Cities

Thursday, 11/30, 8am - 10am
Center for Architecture
Dan Doctoroff, former deputy Mayor of New York, will join experts in New York and London for a discussion on resiliency, based on Doctoroff’s new book Greater than Ever, New...

Innovative Housing: France/Denmark

Wednesday, 11/29, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Housing Committee for its fourth program in a series that highlights exemplary international housing design. We’ll hear from Jean-Christophe Masson of Hamonic+Masson based in Paris, France, and Jens...

Hyper-Efficient Building Workshop Day 2

Wednesday, 11/29, 9am - 5pm
The Center for Architecture
In 2016, New York City passed Local Laws 31 & 32, aimed at strengthening existing sustainability requirements and introducing new measures that will make NYC-owned buildings among the most efficient in the...

Hyper-Efficient Building Workshop: Strategies for Complying with Local Law 31

Tuesday, 11/28, 9am - Wednesday, 11/29, 5pm
The Center for Architecture
In 2016, New York City passed Local Laws 31 & 32, aimed at strengthening existing sustainability requirements and introducing new measures that will make NYC-owned buildings among the most efficient in the...

Oculus Book Talk: LAB: Building a Home for Scientists

Monday, 11/27, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a discussion of the book LAB: Building a Home for Scientists (Lars Müller Publishers, 2017) by Mark C. Fishman. Fishman will be joined in discussion by architect Toshiko...

Restoring the George and Beyond: SGR Meets Public Benefit

Tuesday, 11/21, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The George Washington Bridge, opened in 1931, has begun a $1.9-billion state-of-good-repair (SGR) program to rehabilitate the facility, scheduled to be completed in 2025. One of the principal components of...

CANCELLED Between the Clocks: The Architecture of Park Avenue South

Sunday, 11/19, 11am - 1pm
This event has been CANCELLED. We apologize for any inconvenience.    

Safety Assessment Program (SAP) Training

Sunday, 11/19, 9:30am - Monday, 11/19, 5pm
Center for Architecture
Intended for licensed architects, engineers, or building code officials, this course certifies attendees as Building Evaluators in the California Safety Assessment Program (SAP). The program is managed by Cal EMA...

…And Justice for All: Reconstituting Just Potentials

Friday, 11/17, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
AIANY’s Civic Leadership Program was founded by the Emerging New York Architects Committee with the mission to foster civic engagement and responsibility among emerging architectural professionals.  Through mentorship and programming, the goal...

WoodWorks Northeast Mass Timber Symposium

Thursday, 11/16, 9am - 4:30pm
Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan
Learn about mass timber from the experts. Join us for a day-long symposium for architects, engineers, building owners, and anyone interested in the exciting possibilities of mass timber building design....

Christian Kerez: Definitions of Space

Wednesday, 11/15, 7pm - 9pm
The Great Hall, The Cooper Union
Often, architectural space is defined by requirements which are totally arbitrary and alien to the discipline of architecture itself. This lecture will focus on architecture and its medium, the three-dimensional...

Conquer the Energy Code for Architects and Engineers: Residential

Tuesday, 11/14, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the many new requirements in the 2015 NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code and design more energy-efficient buildings in the process....

The Changing Face of North Midtown: Crosstown Below the Park

Sunday, 11/12, 10:30am - 1pm
Meet at north side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel
Meet at north side of Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, Fifth Ave. and 59th St., across from Plaza Hotel.   Much of the new construction in Midtown Manhattan has...

Morningside Heights: Institutional Acropolis

Saturday, 11/11, 1pm - 3pm
Meet at the Peace Fountain east of the intersection of West 111th Street & Amsterdam Avenue on the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Best known as the site of Columbia University, Morningside Heights is also home to the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, Barnard College, Teachers College, the Union Theological Seminary,...

Theatrical Scaffolding: A Flexible Stage

Thursday, 11/9, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Scaffolding is both a noun and a verb, object and action. Beyond its role in the construction industry, it is frequently used to erect temporary theaters, create set designs, and...

New Local – Manufacturing: Pratt Workshop

Thursday, 11/9, 12pm - 6pm
Brooklyn Design + Fashion Accelerator
NEW LOCAL is a three-part series of half-day workshops and participatory talks centered on an examination of locality and its conditions. The sessions bring together leaders from a variety of...

Samuel Ratensky Memorial Lecture: Herbert Oppenheimer

Wednesday, 11/8, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The annual Ratensky Lecture was initiated by the AIANY Housing Committee in honor of Samuel Ratensky (1910-1972), an architect and NYC housing official who was responsible for major housing initiatives...

Urban Design Past, Present, Future

Tuesday, 11/7, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How do you define urban design? Is it an independent, legitimate discipline or one that is located somewhere else in the professions of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning? 60...

Retail Rethink

Monday, 11/6, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee and the Retail Design Institute for a panel discussion on retail design within an evolving retail landscape. Retail Practice Area Leader and Principal at Gensler, Kathleen...

Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant Training

Monday, 11/6, 9am - Friday, 11/10, 5pm
475 High Performance Building Supply
NAPHN’s Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant course is the premier training program for Passive House building professionals. With 5 days of in-class instruction, and additional e-learning modules that can be completed...

Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant Training

Monday, 11/6, 9am - Friday, 11/10, 5pm
475 High Performance Building Supply
With 5 days of in-class instruction, and additional e-learning modules that can be completed at one’s own pace, participants will get a thorough grounding in the critical aspects of Passive...

Modern Architecture and Adaptive Reuse in the West Village

Sunday, 11/5, 10am - 12:30pm
Meeting Location
Meet at corner of Macdougal St. and Macdougal Alley (between W. 8th St. & Waverly Pl.), across from Tenth Church of Christ, Scientist.   Discover lesser-known examples of Modern architecture,...

Midtown Modernism(s): On and Off East 57th Street

Saturday, 11/4, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meeting Location
View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by Kohn Pedersen Fox, Cesar Pelli, Rafael Vinoly, I. M. Pei, Edward Larrabee Barnes, Helmut Jahn, Paul Rudolph, Edward...

2017 Deans’ Roundtable

Saturday, 11/4, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please Join us for the Center for Architecture’s thirteenth-annual Dean’s Roundtable. Representatives from several local schools of architecture will discuss current directions in architectural education. Speakers:Amale Andraos, Assoc. AIA, Dean, Columbia...

A Celebration of El Internacional

Friday, 11/3, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a discussion of the book El Internacional (1984-1986): New York’s Archaeological Sandwich and a celebration of the historic restaurant with its founder Antoni Miralda. A contemporary...

Energy Modeling for Project Managers

Friday, 11/3, 2pm - Friday, 11/17, 5pm
Center for Architecture
This program is designed to be two three-hour sessions, held at the Center for Architecture. Session One will focus on energy code requirements and will include a workshop to allow...

All-Gender: Designing for Equity

Thursday, 11/2, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The public restroom has become a symbol of the struggle to end discrimination in public spaces. Even as federal legislation has slowly begun to include public space and restrooms in...

Free AIA Continuing Education Class – 2 AIA/CEU

Thursday, 11/2, 5:30pm - 8pm
TOTO Showroom
Come join us for our 2nd professional learning series offering free AIA Continuing Education. Total value: 2 AIA/CEU credits. Course #1: “Total Bathroom Design: “Universal Design,” ”Accessible Design,” “Inclusive Design,”...

Global Approaches to Age-Friendly Design

Wednesday, 11/1, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This evening will celebrate the creation and publication of translated versions, in Spanish and Mandarin, of the Aging in Place Guide for Building Owners, which was created in 2016 by...

Hands-on ArchiCAD Introductory Course

Wednesday, 11/1, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
This hands-on ArchiCAD introductory course presents basic Building Information Modeling (BIM) and BIM collaboration concepts. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will understand 3D modeling and the strategies needed...

Learning to Share/Sharing to Learn

Wednesday, 11/1, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Higher education institutions in dense urban and sprawling suburban campuses suffer from limited space to accommodate growing student populations. Universities and Schools must consider consolidating space by asking their faculty...

New York City Planning and Development: An Inter-Agency Conversation

Tuesday, 10/31, 9:30am - 11am
Grimshaw
Leadership was appointed earlier this year to three New York City agencies that play critical roles in planning the neighborhoods of our City: Maria Torres-Springer, Commissioner of the Department of...

Media Architecture and the Transformation of the City

Monday, 10/30, 6pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
This panel discussion explores various facets of Media Architecture, from theoretical and conceptual urban planning and design challenges to visions of the future urbanscape. The event is presented by Swiss...

Battery Park City: Creating a New Neighborhood

Sunday, 10/29, 10:30am - 1pm
Meeting Location
After more than four decades of planning and construction, Battery Park City has been built out, following a master plan by Cooper, Eckstut and Associates. Learn about its planning and...

Lower West Side Rebirth: Southern TriBeCa

Saturday, 10/28, 10am - 12:30pm
Meeting Location
The historic “Lower West Side” of Manhattan is reborn as a residential neighborhood with contemporary architecture interspersed among its industrial warehouse fabric. Learn about the Washington Street Urban Renewal Plan...

Lower West Side Rebirth: Northern TriBeCa

Saturday, 10/28, 1:30pm - 4pm
Meeting Location
The historic Lower West Side of Manhattan includes the western section of the former Printing District, dubbed the “Glass Box District” of Hudson Square. Continuing below Canal Street, the tour...

Magazzino Italian Art Tour in Cold Spring

Saturday, 10/28, 9:30am - 3:30pm
Magazzino Italian Art
The AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee invites you to a guided tour of Magazzino Italian Art Founded in 2017 by Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu with Vittorio Calabrese as Director, Magazzino...

Social Science and Architecture History Primer

Wednesday, 10/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Fifty years ago social scientists radically intercepted architectural training and professional practice. The field remains indelibly impacted yet far from transformed. Under what conditions have social scientists challenged the culture...

Women in Architecture Forum & Awards

Wednesday, 10/25, 4pm - 8pm
Shared Upon Ticket Purchase
Architectural Record will present the magazine’s fourth annual awards program to recognize and promote women’s design leadership. Join us for an afternoon symposium where attendees can earn 1 LU, followed...

What Not to Draw

Tuesday, 10/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
At this panel discussion, experts in the construction industry will advise the architectural community on how to streamline their efforts during documentation while minimizing future issues in the field. The...

Caples Jefferson Architects: What We Love About Doing This Work

Marcus Garvey Houses Community Center. Photo: Julian Olivas.
Monday, 10/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
There is a prevailing reaction in the profession that social practice is often lacking in aesthetic quality. Caples Jefferson Architects, recipient of this year’s AIANY President’s Award, confronts this notion,...

NYU & Washington Square: Changing Strategies of Growth and Design

Sunday, 10/22, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Meeting Location
Spanning more than a century, New York University’s growth around Washington Square has followed a variety of strategies: repurposing of existing industrial buildings, incremental contextually-designed new structures, and large-scale clearance...

Everything Water 4.0: The Role of Water in Shaping our Future

Saturday, 10/21, 9am - 5pm
Center for Architecture
Water is at the heart of sustaining life for both the human and natural worlds. It has also increasingly become the source of climate-related disasters and catastrophic conflict at all...

Midtown Modernism(s): Crosstown Section: 53rd St. East to West

Saturday, 10/21, 10:30am - 1pm
Meeting Location
View a variety of classic Modern, late Modern and Postmodern designs by SOM, Philip Johnson, Edward Larrabee Barnes, Eero Saarinen, Kevin Roche, Kohn Pedersen Fox and others. Highlights include Lever...

J. Max Bond Jr. Lecture | Monumental Matters: Public Spaces & Collective Memory

Friday, 10/20, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the New York Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (nycobaNOMA) and the AIANY Diversity & Inclusion Committee for “Monumental Matters: Public Spaces & Collective Memory,” presented as...

The Architectural Grille: Integral Aspect of Airflow Design Affecting Health Parameters and Aesthetics of a Space

Thursday, 10/19, 12:15pm - Sunday, 12/17, 1:45pm
Architectural Grille
One-hour presentation examines why architectural HVAC grilles are an important component of an interior space. They not only impact health parameters, but also through careful selection of material and design,...

Zero Waste Design Guidelines Launch

Wednesday, 10/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for the official launch of the Zero Waste Design Guidelines, an initiative of the Center for Architecture, in collaboration with the AIA New York Committee on the Environment, Kiss...

National Day of Learning CEU: What You Need to Know About Sourcing Rare Woods

Wednesday, 10/18, 12:30pm - 4pm
Center for Architecture
Two sessions will be held in-person at the Center: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EDT 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT You may also join online via WebEx. Architects and...

Living Well: Designing for Wellness in the Home

Tuesday, 10/17, 6pm - 8pm
Technogym Showroom
Join us for a conversation with DeBrisay & Smith Architects and Olivia Martin,