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Upcoming Events

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

Saturday, 12/8, 2pm - Thursday, 1/1, 12:00am
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...
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Democratizing Design: NYC’s Principles of Good Urban Design

Green illustration of a NYC City Park and Buildings
Monday, 3/4, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
*In-person tickets are sold out. Guests who did not register in advance can watch the livestream here.* The NYC Department of City Planning's Principles of Good Urban Design offer New...
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AnA New York | Toshiko Mori + Bjarke Ingels

Tuesday, 3/5, 6:30pm - 9pm
Brickworks Design Studio
The renowned architecture event series “Architects, not Architecture” is set to debut in America with an event in New York City. After hosting successful events in 15 cities in Europe...
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Fostering Neighborhoods: Hospitals and the Development of Affordable Housing

Thursday, 3/7, 3pm - 5:30pm
Federal Reserve Bank of New York (Auditorium)
On Thursday, March 7, 2024, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in partnership with the NYU Furman Center, will host a hybrid event encouraging cross-sector collaboration to build more...
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2024 Preservation Conference: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Government’s Impact on Historic Neighborhoods

Saturday, 3/9, 9am - 3pm
The City College of New York
How do communities within New York City navigate significant government initiatives directly affecting them? From designating historic districts to altering zoning regulations and executing major infrastructure projects, each neighborhood in...
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Forced Labor in Supply Chains: Examples of a Humanely Built Environment

Harriet Tubman Monument in Newark, NJ
Monday, 3/11, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The three-part series on “Forced Labor in Supply Chains,” stemming from the Design for Freedom initiative, aims to shed light on the social inequalities caused by forced labor in our...
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New York City Coastal Resilience: A Dialogue

Tuesday, 3/12, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee (DfRR) is pleased to introduce Laurian Farrell, the Deputy Commissioner for the Bureau of Coastal Resilience, a new office within New York...
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Buried Beneath the City: An Archaeological History of New York

Tuesday, 3/12, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The National Arts Club
Returning lecturers H. Arthur Bankoff, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Anthropology at Brooklyn College; and Amanda Sutphin, Director of Archaeology at the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission, share highlights from...
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For the Emerging Professional: Leading Sustainability Efforts at Architecture Firms

Tuesday, 3/12, 2pm - 3:30pm
Online
Have you ever wondered what a sustainability director does? On March 12, join RECORD and three sustainability directors—all from highly regarded architecture firms—to find out. The panelists will discuss how...
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NYCHA Redevelopment of Chelsea & Elliot Houses in Manhattan

Wednesday, 3/13, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This program presents the design strategy for NYCHA's Fulton-Elliott-Chelsea Houses redevelopment, with special consideration given to features that benefit the older population, and how the project integrates all amenities for...
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Book Talk – Louis I. Kahn: The Last Notebook

Sketches on a page with notes around them.
Monday, 3/18, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for the book launch and discussion of Louis I. Kahn: The Last Notebook (Lars Müller Publishers, 2024). This intimate conversation will celebrate the publication of Louis I. Kahn:...
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AIANY International Women’s Day Celebration: Inspire Inclusion

Thursday, 3/21, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
AKDO NYC Showroom
To celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8) and its 2024 theme, #InspireInclusion, the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee is combining our monthly March meeting with a networking event featuring a...
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Extreme Heat, Flooding, and Fires: Designing for Resiliency and Social Equity

Thursday, 3/21, 8:30am - 10:30am
Center for Architecture
Devastating fires, flooding, and extreme heat are increasingly impacting communities locally, nationally, and globally. Longstanding economic, planning and design practices have placed the burden of these resiliency events disproportionately on...
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Cocktails & Conversation: Making Home with Matthew Bremer and Wendy Goodman

Animated gif moving between images of The Hillside and A Caribbean Dispatch
Friday, 3/22, 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. This...
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AIANY Design Awards: Interiors Showcase

Interior of Gallery56
Monday, 3/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Organized by the AIANY Interiors Committee, this program dives into the recipients of the 2024 AIANY Design Awards in the Interiors category and projects in other categories with a significant...
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Making the Triangle Fire Memorial

Close up of a rendering of names etched into a shiny black surface.
Monday, 3/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
March 25, 2024 will mark the 113th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire and the first commemoration ceremony with the permanent memorial installed on the site of the fire....
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2024 Design for Freedom Summit

Tuesday, 3/26, 10am - 6pm
Grace Farms
Attend the 3rd annual Design for Freedom Summit—a momentous day of action and awareness—at Grace Farms in New Canaan, Connecticut. During this one-day program, hear from leading experts across sectors...
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Architectural Record on the Road: Adaptive Reuse

Wednesday, 3/27, 6pm - 9pm
Brickworks Design Studio, 445 5th Ave., New York, NY 10016
Join Architectural Record for three CE sessions followed by a cocktail reception. Earn credits for each session attended. Programming is still being finalized but this event will be submitted for 2.25 AIA...
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Huggins Wood Floor Specialist Presents: It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood

Thursday, 3/28, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist virtually for their 1 CEU credit course It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned...
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AIANY Interiors Committee Speed Presentaions

Tuesday, 4/9, 6pm - 8pm
De Padova
AIANY Interiors Speed Presentations is an annual competition that showcases outstanding interior spaces designed by architects based in New York. The format of the event—a selection of architects presenting their...
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2024 AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Awards Winners’ Event

Wednesday, 4/10, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Join the AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee as they announce the 2024 winners of the AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards, which celebrate exceptional design in transportation and...
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Plaster & Wallpaper Conservation at The Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Tuesday, 4/16, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum is in a five-story brick tenement located at 97 Orchard Street in New York City. Between its construction in 1863 and closure in 1935,...
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Designing the Historic Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center

Thursday, 4/25, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Designated by President Barack Obama, the Stonewall National Monument marks the historic site of the Stonewall riots, a pivotal moment for the Gay Rights Movement (which grew into the modern LGBTQIA+...
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Future View: Vernacular Technologies Symposium

Friday, 5/31, 10am - Saturday, 6/1, 6pm
Weston Hall
A symposium considering the impact of vernacular construction materials and methods on the future of architecture, this two day event includes one day of lectures and conversations and one day...
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ACSF Symposium 2024

Wednesday, 6/5, 12pm
Kaylon Hotel
The upcoming 2024, 14th Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Symposium is set to unfold in the heart of Istanbul, Turkey on June 5. This venture marks the first time the symposium...
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Resilient and Responsible Architecture and Urbanism

Monday, 8/12, 9am - 4pm
German Jordanian University (GJU), Jordan
RRAU will explore a wide range of topics related to resilience and responsibility in architecture and urbanism, sustainable building design, construction technologies, and urban planning strategies that promote social equity...
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Future Smart Cities (FSC) – 7th Edition

Monday, 10/14, 9am - Wednesday, 10/16, 6pm
Online
Future Smart Cities delves into the challenges and opportunities associated with shaping urban environments, considering factors such as sustainability, infrastructure development, land use, transportation systems, environmental considerations, and community engagement.
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Past Events

LongHouse Presents – The Larsen Salon Series: Michael Arad and Paul Goldberger

2/29/24, 6pm - 8pm
Offices of Robert A.M. Stern Architects
The Larsen Salon Series, offered by Longhouse Reserve in honor of its founder Jack Lenor Larsen (1927-2020), carries on a tradition of conversations, presentations, and lectures by designers, architects, and...

High-Rise Construction with Complex Below-Grade Conditions in NYC

2/28/24, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This presentation will discuss the structural design challenge (impact to existing utilities, operation of MNR and LIRR etc.) for the new corporate headquarters for JPMorgan Chase in Manhattan Located at...

Branches of Architecture: Alternate Career Paths

2/23/24, 5pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for an insightful evening as we host a panel discussion featuring four esteemed female architects, each specializing in different branches of the architectural field. From sustainable design to...

Turkey & Syria after the Earthquakes: Hatay Planning Center Report

Image of an aerial view shows collapsed and damaged buildings in Hatay, Turkey almost a year after the February 6, 2023 earthquakes.
2/22/24, 9am - 12pm
Center for Architecture
The 7.8 and 7.5 magnitude earthquakes that hit Southeastern Turkey and Syria on February 6, 2023, officially took an estimated 60,000 lives. Entire neighborhoods across 11 provinces were destroyed in...

2024 nycoba|NOMA Black History Month Celebration and Panel Discussion

2/22/24, 5:45pm - 8:30pm
Join nycobaNOMA in our 2nd Annual Black History Month Celebration and Panel Discussion. The theme this year is Black in Architecture: Conversations, History and Reflections from NYCOBA: The New York...

Dress to Impress: The Intersection of Fashion and the Built Environment

Inside of clothing store with curvilinear silver architectural adornments surrounding mannequins.
2/21/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a conversation between Andi Soos, independent curator, and Avery Trufelman, podcast host and radio producer, about the intersection of fashion and the built environment. Architecture is often...

Pitching to Print Media: A Primer for Small Firms and Young Practitioners

Image of Architecture magazines on a display shelf.
2/20/24, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
For architecture and design firms, publishing work can boost professional credibility and lead to new opportunities—but the print media landscape can also be daunting. What are the typical terms of...

Book Talk – Shigeru Ban: Timber in Architecture

Haesley Hamlet Grand Hall
2/15/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In-person tickets for this event are sold out. Only Zoom tickets are available. Join us for a discussion of Shigeru Ban: Timber in Architecture (Rizzoli, 2022) with Laura Britton and Vittorio...

Fifth Avenue—Architecture and Society: History of America’s Street of Dreams

2/13/24, 6pm - 7:15pm
Online
Esteemed architectural historian Prof. Mosette Broderick offers an extraordinary evening on one of the most remarkable thoroughfares in the world: NYC’s Fifth Avenue in the 19th and early 20th century...

Fifth Avenue: History of America’s Street of Dreams with Mosette Broderick

2/13/24, 6pm - 7:15pm
Zoom
New York’s Fifth Avenue is one of the most remarkable thoroughfares in the world. By the end of the 19th century it had become synonymous with the most fashionable lifestyles...

An Ode to Oodi: Stories Of A Radical Public Library

Oodi Helsinki Central Library
2/12/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As civic institutions, libraries are tangible records of how cities flourish when they are able to meet the evolving needs of their citizens. This is evident in Finland, where the...

Rearview into Mirror in the Mirror with Kengo Kuma and Erieta Attali

2/9/24, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Japan Society
Mirror in the Mirror, the most recent collaborative book between architect Kengo Kuma and photographer Erieta Attali, was born from the authors’ shared desire to transcend the limits of architecture...

Building Energy Exchange Presents: Take the Heat! Part 2: Building Core & Perimeter

2/8/24, 9:30am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, Surrogate's Courthouse
In this new 2-part series focused on building decarbonization, NYSERDA and BE-Ex have gathered industry experts that will feature projects deploying breakthrough heating & cooling recovery solutions across the commercial...

Transportation + Infrastructure Awards Spotlight: Salesforce Transit Center

Salesforce Transit Center
2/8/24, 6pm - 8pm
Zoom
As the second in a series of spotlight events celebrating winners of AIANY’s Transportation and Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards, this program will focus on Salesforce Transit Center, an Honor Award...

Explore and Discover Creative Leather Applications in Architectural Interiors

Lineapelle promotional image showing a woman wrapped in white leather and converging with a sculptural structure wrapped in the same material
2/1/24, 9am - 10am
Metropolitan Pavilion
Lineapelle New York is held twice a year at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, with collections presented in January and July. Launched in 2001 by Lineapelle, the two-day trade show features the most exclusive global producers of leather,...

Explore and Discover Creative Leather Applications in Architectural Interiors

Lineapelle promotional image showing a woman wrapped in white leather and converging with a sculptural structure wrapped in the same material
1/31/24, 9am - 10am
Metropolitan Pavilion
Lineapelle New York is held twice a year at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, with collections presented in January and July. Launched in 2001 by Lineapelle, the two-day trade show features the most exclusive global producers of leather,...

Leaning Out X | Women in Circularity

Headshot of Paola Antonelli
1/31/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
The cause and effect of our impact on environments—and the impact these environments have on us—has highlighted the importance of understanding ecosystems and circularity in built, cultural, and natural contexts....

Climate Mobilization Act: Affordable Housing Training

1/30/24, 9:30am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, Surrogate's Courthouse
The Climate Mobilization Act: Affordable Housing Training educates affordable housing stakeholders—including building developers, owners, architects, engineers, and contractors—on what the Climate Mobilization Act (CMA) means for the affordable housing sector....

Building Energy Exchange Presents: Climate Mobilization Act Series: Keeping Pace with PACE — Financial Resources

1/25/24, 9:30am - 11am
Building Energy Exchange, Surrogate's Courthouse
Financing and incentives are critical to help building owners implement upgrades and get the long-term benefits of energy efficiency and electrification and meet Local Law 97’s carbon targets. Join the...

Replacement of Vermont’s North Hero Grand Isle Drawbridge

1/24/24, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This presentation will cover the design challenges, staging requirements, and construction overview of the North Hero Grand Isle Drawbridge replacement, a project designed by HDR, Vermont Agency of Transportation, and...

Building Energy Exchange Presents: Climate Ready Buildings Training

1/23/24, 9am - 12pm
Building Energy Exchange
The Climate Ready Buildings Training educates affordable housing project teams—including building owners, architects, and contractors—on how to design and construct high-performance buildings that are resilient against the increasing pressure of...

Book Talk – Sea Pools: 66 Saltwater Sanctuaries from Around the World

Seapoolscover
1/18/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a discussion of Chris Romer-Lee’s Sea Pools: 66 Saltwater Sanctuaries from Around the World (Batsford 2023), in conversation with Robert Hammond and Kara Meyer. Designed to provide...

NY Landmarks with Michael Goldblum

1/18/24, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
The NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission plays an important role in shaping some of the city’s most beloved places. Michael Goldblum, AIA LEED AP architect and LPC Commissioner will present his...

Monthly Forum – Green Catwalk: New Innovations, Technologies, and Policies in Sustainability

1/17/24, 6:30pm - 8pm
Fujitsu AirStage
Join GreenHomeNYC at this month’s Forums event for an in-person panel discussion and Q&A with professionals who work in building sustainability. GreenHomeNYC is kicking off 2024 with our annual Green...

Humanist Modernity: Stanisława and Maciej Nowicki – Polish Architects in the US

humanistmodernity
1/16/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Stanisława Sandecka-Nowicka and Maciej (Matthew) Nowicki are two significant figures in the history of American and Polish architecture. She was a talented graphic artist and designer and the first female...

Residential High-Rises in NYC: Past, Present, and Future

1/10/24, 6pm - 7pm
The Skyscraper Museum
Continuing our series on The Modern Concrete Skyscraper and the role of concrete as the material of choice in high-rise residential construction, David West of the architectural firm Hill West...

2024 AIANY Design Awards Announcement

AIANY Design Awards 2024
1/8/24, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Announcement: Please see all 2024 AIANY Design Awards winners here. Congratulations to all project teams! Join us for the announcement of this year’s AIA New York Design Awards winners in Architecture,...

Artificial Intelligence in Architecture (AI+A): Future of Architectural Practice

AI image generated by Firefly. Prompt: “asymmetrical, abstract image, based on the phrase: ‘the report of the death of architecture has been an exaggeration.'
12/16/23, 10am - 6pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
5.5 LU/HSW credits are currently pending for all-day attendance, including 2.5 LU/HSW for Keynote and Practice Session and 3 LU/HSW for the Software and Research Sessions. “In terms of strategic thinking...

AIA New York 2024 Board Inaugural and Holiday Gathering

A crowd of seated people clapping at the Center for Architecture
12/13/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York invites you to celebrate at the 2024 Board Inaugural! The event will feature the passing of the gavel from 2023 AIANY President Matt Bremer, AIA, to 2024...

The Importance of Incorporating Wellness into Interior Design

Photography of a TechnoGym wellness center.
12/12/23, 2pm - 3:30pm
Center for Architecture
During this course attendees will learn from Technogym’s Architects & Interior Design Director to better understand how Design meets Wellness in commercial and private projects. The course will highlight how...

Forced Labor in Supply Chains: Its Prevalence & the Design for Freedom Movement

Image of the Black Chapel by Theaster Gates
12/12/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Please join guest speaker Brigid Abraham, a Design for Freedom Project Manager at Grace Farms, for the first event in a three-part series on “Forced Labor in Our Supply Chain.”...

New York and the Public Realm: A Conversation with Dan Doctoroff

Headshot of Dan Doctoroff
12/11/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Planning and Urban Design and AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committees for a conversation between Dan Doctoroff and Justin Davidson. Over the course of the evening, Doctoroff...
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Fields of Light: A Journey with Bruce Munro

Field of Light Uluru, Yulara, Australia
12/11/23, 6pm - 8pm
The Municipal Arts Society
Please join us for a presentation and discussion with British artist Bruce Munro, whose six-acre light-based project, “Field of Light at Freedom Plaza,” will open on Manhattan’s East Side on...

Eran Chen: Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen

Eran Chen standing over a work desk
12/8/23, 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...

The Form Givers: A Viñoly Tribute and Biopic Film Forum

A black and white image of a brick house
12/7/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In the footsteps of their mentor, the late Rafael Viñoly, FAIA, JIA, SCA, Int. FRIBA, the work of Scott Glass, AIA, LEED AP, Brendan Guerin, AIA, LEED AP, Cary Paik,...

Rising Seas and Storm Surges: Climate Change and the Future of Coastal Heritage

12/7/23, 11am - 12pm
Online
Coastal zones are among the most dynamic and volatile environments on the planet. They also include some of our most treasured heritage sites. As the rate of climate change accelerates,...

The Future of Flooding: How to Revise the Army Corps of Engineers’ Study

12/6/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In the past decade, increasingly severe coastal storms have affected the North Atlantic Coast, including the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. In 2015, the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) completed...

Who Are the Architects of Grand Central Madison?

Illustration of a sectioned floorpan of Grand Central Madison
12/5/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In recognition of Grand Central Madison (GCM)’s public debut, join the AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee for a panel to celebrate the project’s architectural accomplishments and the many architects who...

Housing Opportunity: Office to Residential Conversion in New York City

Rendering of a typical Midtown office building turned into a mixed use building
12/5/23, 8:45am - 5:15pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
The COVID-19 pandemic radically transformed daily life, and many office buildings in our business districts still find themselves underused in 2023. This cultural shift towards remote work has left many...

Retail Design Institute’s 52nd International Design Competition

James Beam Distilling Co. American Outpost in Kentucky.
12/5/23, 6pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee and the Retail Design Institute NY Chapter as they present New York projects and the Store of the Year, recognized in the Retail Design Institute’s...

Frida Escobedo: The Book of Hours

12/4/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a book talk and book signing with architect Frida Escobedo. Isabel Zumtobel, head of Arts & Culture for Zumtobel Group, and Escobedo will present the Zumtobel Group’s 2022/2023 Artistic Annual...

POSTPONED – (Re)group: Collective Practices of Architecture

re(group): collective practices of architecture promotional graphic
11/30/23, 6pm - 8pm
This event has been postponed and will be updated when the new date is confirmed. This event, hosted by the AIANY Civic Leadership Program, offers a platform for architects committed to...

Book Talk: Pedagogy of a Beloved Commons

Book cover of "Pedagogy of a Beloved Commons" with an image of three people leaning against a wall on the street.
11/29/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join two AIANY Medal of Honor Awardees, Dr. Sharon Egretta Sutton, FAIA, and Andrew Bernheimer, FAIA, for a discussion of Pedagogy of a Beloved Commons: Pursuing Democracy’s Promise through Placed-Based...

Concrete Solutions: Residential High-Rises in Chicago

11/21/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
The most famous residential structures of postwar Chicago are still Mies van der Rohe’s 860-880 Lake Shore Drive with the modernist expression of their steel skeleton. But Mies also designed...

Small Firms, Big City: A Network Resource and Exchange

Small Firms, Big City graphic
11/20/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architecture is fundamentally practiced in collaboration. Architecture also operates on principles of small business, even within the largest A&E firms. Often we get siloed and we feel we’re operating in...

POSTPONED – New Opportunities for US Architects to Work in the UK

11/15/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As of Monday, November 13, this event has been postponed. We will share a new date as soon as possible. In February 2023, a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) was signed...

USC Graduate Architecture Virtual Information Session

11/15/23, 8pm - 10pm
Online
Join us at our upcoming USC Graduate Architecture Virtual Information Session at 5 pm on November 15th, 2023  to learn more about our programs and the exciting possibilities they offer....

The Importance of Incorporating Wellness into Interior Design

Photography of a TechnoGym wellness center.
11/14/23, 2pm - 3:30pm
Center for Architecture
During this course attendees will learn from Technogym’s Architects & Interior Design Director to better understand how Design meets Wellness in commercial and private projects. The course will highlight how...

Mental Health and School Design

Image go Students seated at desks in a classroom
11/14/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Join us for a panel discussion to explore the critical role school environments play in supporting student wellbeing and mental health. At a time when many students are struggling with...

The Howl 2: Advice to a Younger Version of Myself

Closeup photo of a man speaking at a mic, zoomed in on the bottom half his face and the mic
11/13/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Howl, a multimedia forum to explore storytelling and filmmaking as powerful tools for architects to create a more compelling, equitable, and sustainable built environment, returns to the Center for...

2023 Deans’ Roundtable

11/10/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for the Center for Architecture’s Deans’ Roundtable. Representatives from over a dozen schools of architecture will discuss current directions in architectural education. Moderator Quilian Riano, Dean, Pratt...
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AIANY Women in Architecture Forum: Practice and Motherhood

Image of woman holding a child at a construction site.
11/9/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The practice of architecture and motherhood have been difficult to reconcile in our profession. In this encouraging forum, women architects from different levels and stages in their professional paths will...

Storytelling in Architecture: Stories & Places

AIANY CLP Mad Lib graphic
11/9/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This event, hosted by the AIANY Civic Leadership Program, offers a platform for everyday New Yorkers to share untold stories about how their lives are impacted by the built environment. The...

All NYC Planning Schools Virtual Open House

11/9/23, 4pm - 5:30pm
Online
Want to Try a Career Shaping Cities? Attend the All NYC Planning Schools Virtual Open House! New York City can become your classroom! Join us for the first-ever open house...

Dwell Time: A Memoir of Art, Exile, and Repair

11/8/23, 6pm - 8pm
The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Please join the Institute of Fine Arts in conversation with alumna Rosa Lowinger (’82), art and architectural conservator; Angel Ayón, architect and preservationist; and Pamela Hatchfield, Head of Objects Conservation...

Lunch+Learn: Thin Brick for Precast Applications

11/7/23, 12pm - 1pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Brick and concrete are two of the oldest building materials known to man, with each being used since ancient times to create structures that are both magnificent and enduring. Brick...

Steel Structures to Withstand the Elements: What Structural Engineers Need to Know About Corrosion

11/6/23, 12pm - 1pm
Online
The worldwide economic impact of corrosion has been estimated to be 3% of the global domestic product, yet there is little emphasis on designing structures to resist corrosion. In a...

AustraliaNOW: Coming Up From Down Under

In Absence by Edition
11/2/23, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Brickworks Design Studio New York and Brickworks Sydney Design Studio
In Person Locations: Brickworks Design Studio, 445 Fifth Avenue, New York City and Brickworks Design Studio, 2 Barrack St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia To celebrate the 100th birthday of Austrian/Australian architect...

Tall Buildings in Historic Districts: Heritage, Conservation and New Structures

Image of 67Greenwich by FXCollaborative
11/1/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Historic Buildings Committee for an exploration of recent projects in historic districts that include both a restorative component and a new building. The discussion will highlight...

Beginning the Journey: Representation and Identity-Based Perspectives

10/31/23, 12pm - 1:30pm
Online
Join us for the first of a SEAoNY series on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging sharing the self-identification campaign results that will shape future identity-based efforts. Learn the role of...

Interior Design: Paths to Professionalism

10/26/23, 6pm - 8pm
New York School of Interior Design
A engaging New York Eleven Plus, Inc. (NY11+) discussion that will focus on the personal and professional journeys of influential industry leaders. Hosted by the New York School of Interior...

Perspective USA Forum

10/26/23, 8:30am - 5:30pm
Convene, 101 Greenwich Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY
How can the circular economy guide architecture, in its evolutionary trajectory in the era of globalization? What responses and solutions can design provide to climate change and function hybridization? How are ESG criteria and...

Indigenous Architecture Days: To Leave and Return

Headshot of Christian Hart Nakarado
10/25/23, 7pm - 8pm
Davies Toews Architecture
This program is part of the Alignments in the Indigenous Design Process series, developed in collaboration with the Indigenous Society of Architecture, Planning and Design. Since time immemorial, Indigenous peoples...
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Construction Waste Recycling and Reuse

10/25/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This lecture will focus on the benefits of recycling and reusing construction materials, including how to identify new opportunities to reuse construction waste. They'll also discuss strategies for tracking construction...

Sustainable and Functional Design – Building For Today and Tomorrow

10/25/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
The panel will define the various certifications parameters of LEED, Fitwel, ILFI Zero, and BREEAM. Participants will be able to evaluate sustainable best practices of reaching Net-0 reviewing existing projects....

Website Design, Development, and Maintenance for Design Firms

10/25/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP and Zoom
This is a hybrid presentation, both in person at BBB and via Zoom. Zoom link will be emailed one day prior to the presentation. This seminar will focus on the...

Samuel Ratensky Memorial Lecture: Tatiana Bilbao

Rendering of a housing complex in Nuevo Leon, Mexico
10/24/23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
New School Tishman Auditorium
The annual Samuel Ratensky Memorial 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...

2023 World Monuments Summit

10/24/23, 12:30pm - 6:30pm
Studio Gather at Rockefeller Center
The World Monuments Summit brings together World Monuments Fund’s (WMF) global team of experts, supporters, partners, thought leaders, and guests for a series of discussions on heritage preservation at Rockefeller...

Finnish-American Modern: 150 Years of Saarinen & Helsinki-Detroit-Columbus Axis

Columbus IN 21 10 7120
10/24/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of a Finnish-American architect Eliel Saarinen (1873–1950). Saarinen’s early career in Finland essentially shaped the country’s national architectural identity and the...

Times Square Remade: The Dynamics of Urban Change

10/24/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
What is it about Times Square that has inspired such attention for well over a century? In her new book, Times Square Remade: The Dynamics of Urban Change, Lynne Sagalyn...

Guidance for Emerging Sustainable Design Warriors 2: Passive House Case Studies

People standing around and describing the Geothermal System in a retrofit house
10/23/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Guidance for Emerging Sustainable Design Warriors: Passive House Case Studies and a Net Zero Green Economy offers a deep dive through three case studies based on Passive House Principles. The...

Turkey & Syria after the Earthquakes: Long-Term Recovery 2: Building Back Better

A landscape photo of a semi-destroyed building standing amongst rubble, located in Antakya, Turkiye. The building is located in a residential area, has exposed 3 floors, and is missing a roof. There are people passing in front of the rubble.
10/21/23, 10am - 12pm
Center for Architecture
This presentation will start at 10am ET/ 17:00 GMT + 3. Doors will open for in-person attendance at 9:30am ET/ 16:30 GMT+3. The 7.8 and 7.5 magnitude earthquakes that hit...

Morning Leadership Talk: Katie Swenson of MASS Design Group on Seeking Abundance

Headshot image of Katie Swenson, Senior Principal, MASS DESIGN Group
10/20/23, 8am - 9am
Center for Architecture
To celebrate Archtober, NYC's architecture and design month featuring over 100 collaborating partners across the five boroughs, the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee (WIA) is excited to bring back it's...

J. Max Bond, Jr. Lecture | A Dialogue on Education and Architectural Futures

A group of Architects having discussion at the Center for Architecture
10/19/23, 6pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
Join the New York Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (nycoba|NOMA), the J. Max Bond Center of City University of New York, and the AIANY Diversity and Inclusion...

Curzio Malaparte and The Visual Arts

10/19/23, 9:30am - Friday, 10/20, 8:30pm
Italian Cultural Institute; Center for Italian Modern Art; Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò - NYU
Join a roster of international architects and scholars as they present and discuss Curzio Malaparte’s unique interpretation of arts, architecture, and landscape in his visionary writing and beyond—from Casa Malaparte,...

Through the Lens: Honoring the Architectural Legacy of Paul Revere Williams

Black and white photo of a one-story house.
10/18/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a talk about Janna Ireland on the Architectural Legacy of Paul Revere Williams in Nevada featuring photographer Janna Ireland and curator Carmen Beals in conversation with Daonne Huff. Paul...

Rock ‘n’ House A Talk with Christian Wassmann on Sustainable Building and Living

10/17/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for an insightful conversation with Swiss architect Christian Wassmann and leading climate journalist David Wallace-Wells of the New York Times on sustainable building. As featured in Architectural Digest, Wassmann’s extraordinary home stands as...

An Otomí Leader and an Architecture of Indigenous Reclamation

Headshot of Tania Gutiérrez-Monroy
10/17/23, 1pm - 2pm
Webinar
This program is part of the Alignments in the Indigenous Design Process series, developed in collaboration with the Indigenous Society of Architecture, Planning and Design. Since time immemorial, Indigenous peoples...

Crushing the Code NYS: Commercial Envelope

10/17/23, 12pm - 2pm
Online
The building envelope will outlive all other building systems, so it’s critical that it is designed and built to code. Crushing the Code NYS: Commercial Envelope prepares building and design...

Architecture at the Forefront: 2023 Design Vanguard Winners Part 2

10/17/23, 2pm - 3:30pm
Online
Since 2000, Architectural Record has annually honored 10 leading young firms with the Design Vanguard Award. Join managing editor Linda Lentz for a conversation with the founding partners of recent...

ENYA Beyond The Boards: NYPL Stephen A. Schwarzman Building Renovation

Rendering of the main branch of the New York Public Library exterior with a protected plaza
10/14/23, 11am - 1pm
Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
ENYA members will be led on a building tour of New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building Renovation, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, as presented at the previous Beyond...

ENYA Beyond The Boards: Reenvisioning The Met’s Michael C. Rockefeller Wing

Rendering of the Met's Rockefeller Wing
10/13/23, 3pm - 6pm
Metropolitan Museum of Art Rockefeller Wing
ENYA members will be led on a building tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Michael C. Rockefeller Wing Renovation, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and WHY Architects, as presented...

Cocktails & Conversation: Michael Sørensen

Photo of Minneapolis Service Building. A large steel structured building taken at around golden hour across a plaza
10/13/23, 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 design issues. Each program...

The Architecture & Design Film Festival: NY 23

10/12/23, 6:30pm - Saturday, 10/14, 8:30pm
Village East by Angelika
The Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is America’s largest film festival devoted to the creative spirit of architecture and design. Our curated films and panel discussions provide unique perspectives...

Interiors Residential Review Opening Reception

Image courtesy of GD Arredamenti
10/12/23, 6pm - 8pm
Artemide, Boffi, and Foscarini Showrooms on Greene St.
Join us for the opening of the 6th-annual AIANY Interiors Residential Review, organized by the AIANY Interiors Committee. Each year, the Residential Review showcases the best work in residential interiors...

ENYA Beyond the Boards: Beyer Blinder Belle

Interior photo of Beyer Blinder Belle office space
10/12/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Beyer Blinder Belle
The AIANY Emerging New York Architects Committee (ENYA) is proud to announce the first fall presentation in their Beyond the Boards series. Leadership at Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) will profile...
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Crushing the Code NYS: Residential Building Systems

10/11/23, 12pm - 2pm
Online
Right-sized mechanical systems are crucial for complying with the energy code. Crushing the Code NYS: Residential Building Systems prepares building and design professionals in New York State to comply with...

Zak World of Facades Conference

10/11/23, 7:30am - 6:30pm
Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers at 20th street and West side highway
Zak World of Façades, the global conference series, returns to New York City with an all-new and highly relevant program, The Nimble City: Renewal & Reinvention, in its biggest North...

Coming Out, Staying In, and Moving Beyond: Home, Housing, Identity, Community

Rendering of 1806 37 Hillside Ave Courtyard
10/11/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Wednesday, October 11, 2023 is National Coming Out Day! This is a day of pride, visibility, and self-actualization for many. But not for all. Cultural acceptance for the LGBTQIA+ community,...

Travel To: Sir John Soane’s Museum

Interior view of Sir John Soane's Museum
10/10/23, 12pm - 1pm
Webinar
Join us as we travel back to Georgian London for a live tour of Sir John Soane’s Museum, the extraordinary house of the British architect Sir John Soane (1753-1837). The...

The Importance of Incorporating Wellness into Interior Design

Photography of a TechnoGym wellness center.
10/10/23, 10am - 11:30am
Center for Architecture
During this course attendees will learn from Technogym’s Architects & Interior Design Director to better understand how Design meets Wellness in commercial and private projects. The course will highlight how...

AIANY Design for Aging: New York School of Interior Design Studio Presentations

10/10/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
New York School of Interior Design professional-level Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design (MFA1) students will present their research and design projects from last year's Interior Design Studio II focusing...

The Dreams of Others: 60 Years of Spanish Architecture

Movie poster for the Dreams of Others film showing a sunset photo looking out over a body of water
10/6/23, 12pm - 2pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a screening of The Dreams of Others, the documentary film produced by ArquinFAD and Nihao Films, directed by Xavi Campreciós and Pep Martin. The film presents a...

Wast[ED] Working with Trash

Image of a machine dumping trash
10/6/23, 5pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
WAST[ED]: Working with trash is a co-hosted event with the Center for Architecture, AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE), and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill examining issues of how to deal...

17th Annual Arthur Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture: Tom Kundig

Tacoma Art Museum Haub Galleries
10/3/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please note that in-person tickets are now sold out, but Zoom tickets are still available. The Arthur M. Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture on Museum Design is an AIANY signature event organized...

Exchanging Collaborative Practices: Towards a Sustainable Future (Day 2)

10/3/23, 11am - 4pm
Center for Architecture
Colectivo Warehouse will occupy the Center for Architecture’s main lecture hall for two days to celebrate the opening of Generation Proxima: Emerging Environmental Practices in Portuguese Architecture. The collective will...

Nonhuman Futures

Headshot of Dr. Suzanne Kite.
10/3/23, 1pm - 2pm
Webinar
This program is part of the Alignments in the Indigenous Design Process series, developed in collaboration with the Indigenous Society of Architecture, Planning and Design. Since time immemorial, Indigenous peoples...

Exchanging Collaborative Practices: Towards a Sustainable Future (Day 1)

10/2/23, 11am - 4pm
Center for Architecture
Colectivo Warehouse will occupy the Center for Architecture’s main lecture hall for two days to celebrate the opening of Generation Proxima: Emerging Environmental Practices in Portuguese Architecture. The collective will...

Turkey and Syria After the Earthquakes: Long-Term Recovery: Building Back Better

A landscape photo of a semi-destroyed building standing amongst rubble, located in Antakya, Turkiye. The building is located in a residential area, has exposed 3 floors, and is missing a roof. There are people passing in front of the rubble.
9/30/23, 10am - 12pm
Center for Architecture
The 7.8 and 7.5 magnitude earthquakes that hit Southeastern Turkey and Syria on February 6, 2023, officially took an estimated 60,000 lives. Entire neighborhoods were destroyed in cities such as...

FIT’s Lawerance Israel Prize Talk: Joel Sanders

9/28/23, 6pm - 8pm
Katie Murphy Auditorium at FIT
The Interior Design Department honors interior designer Joel Sanders with its 2023 Lawrence Israel Prize. From his pioneering “House for a Bachelor” included in MoMA’s Un-Private House exhibition to “Your...

Panel Discussion: Brick in Today’s Built Environment

9/28/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Brickworks has teamed up with Dezeen to host one epic panel discussion! We hope you can join us live as we discuss the importance of materials like brick in today’s...

New York City Housing Authority’s Capital Program

9/27/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York for their annual Wimmer Memorial Lecture featuring Shaan Mavani. As the Chief Asset and Capital Management Officer, Mavani leads...

Live Webinar – Architecture at the Forefront: 2023 Design Vanguard Winners

9/26/23, 2pm - 3:30pm
Online
Since 2000, RECORD has annually honored 10 leading young firms with the Design Vanguard Award. Join senior editor Leopoldo Villardi for a conversation with three of this year’s winners: Future...

The AT&T Building: Philip Johnson and The Postmodern Skyscraper

9/26/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
The unveiling of the design for the new headquarters for AT&T, then the largest company in the world, appeared on the front page of The New York Times on March...

Peterson Rich Office: NYCHA

9/23/23, 2pm - 4pm
The Block House, 9 Barry Road, Governer's Island, New York
On September 23, please join the Institute for Public Architecture at the Block House from 2–4pm for a conversation with Peterson Rich Office (PRO), a Brooklyn-based architecture and design practice...

Designing Space at Columbia University

9/20/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Havemeyer Hall (Room 309)
How do we experience space? And what does this mean for the spaces we design? We explore these questions by bringing together speakers from Architecture, Neuroscience, and Virtual Reality, with...

Policy to Construction: How Carbon Reduction Impacts NYC Agencies & AEC Industry

9/19/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
New York City’s energy use and carbon reduction objectives are increasingly ambitious in the face of climate change. The Building, Energy and Zoning Codes are changing accordingly, introducing specific building...

Championing a Sustainable Framework for Integrated Design Excellence

Image of hands holding a tree and a globe with a backdrop of a city skyline
9/18/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Climate change is everyone’s crisis, and architects are uniquely positioned to help solve it. AIA ratified the Resolution for Urgent and Sustained Climate Action and has adopted the Framework for...

The Forgotten Borough: Staten Island and the Subway

9/18/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
Is transportation destiny? In “The Forgotten Borough: Staten Island and the Subway”, historian Kenneth M. Gold argues that the borough’s lack of a subway connection is at the heart of...

The Forgotten Borough: Staten Island and the Subway

9/18/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
Is transportation destiny? In The Forgotten Borough: Staten Island and the Subway, historian Kenneth M. Gold argues that the borough’s lack of a subway connection is at the heart of its...

Toward an Architectural Education with an Awareness of Advocacy

Toward an Architectural Education with an Awareness of Advocacy event Image
9/14/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In this third and final panel of the three-part Advocacy and Agency in Architecture series organized by the AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee, we will explore a range of learning...

Buildings for People and Plants

9/14/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Higgins Hall
WORKac co-founders and principals Amale Andraos and Dan Wood will present their practice’s recent work in a lecture entitled ‘Buildings, People, Plants.’ Their lecture will focus on a series of...

The Importance of Incorporating Wellness into Interior Design

9/12/23, 2pm - 3pm
Center for Architecture
During this course attendees will learn from Technogym’s Architects & Interior Design Director to better understand how Design meets Wellness in commercial and private projects. The course will highlight how...

WE Connect Event: Mobilizing Women-Led Green Entrepreneurship

9/8/23, 3pm - 6pm
Center for Architecture
As New York City strives to transition to clean energy, it is essential to ensure that economic exclusion does not hinder progress. Building a diverse and inclusive green economy is...

Understanding Equity in Sustainable Architecture

students gathered in a school lobby.
9/7/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Are we just fulfilling checkboxes when we claim to design for equity? In 2023, our design focus and impact assessment warrant scrutiny. Architecture both mirrors and molds society. It nurtures...

Recipe for a Room: Places of Respite

The Pneuma by Ying Qi Chen and Ryan Somerville.
9/6/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Recipe for a Room is a model-making contest about building spatial, sculptural, miniature rooms while fostering fun, creativity and professional mentorship. For the 2023 edition, two-person teams, each comprised of...

Book Talk – Why Public Space Matters to New York

Why Public Space Matters book cover
9/5/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a discussion to mark the occasion of Setha Low's new publication, Why Public Space Matters (Oxford University Press, 2022), in conversation with Ya-Ting Liu, Matthew Clarke, and Quilian Riano....

Chile Day: Emerging Chilean Architecture

Glass-walled house with dome roof.
8/17/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a program that discusses innovation and sustainability in Chilean architecture. The event will feature an overview of Chile's emerging generation of architects, presented by Jeannette Plaut and...

Women in Architecture Roundtable: Reinforcing Safe & Equitable Practice

Several women seated around a conference table
8/16/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Pier 57 | Daffodil & Seahorse Community Classrooms
Recent news has again brought to light the persistent challenges women continue to face in our industry.  AIA New York acknowledges that these incidents serve as painful and traumatic reminders...

Circular Economy and Design Part 2 – Disassembly and Reuse

Circular Economy promotional graphic
8/9/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Webinar
This course is the second in a two-part series on the principles and practices of circular design in architecture. In this panel discussion, professionals from deconstruction research, supply chain management,...

Start Accurate Stay Accurate: Laser Scanning and BIM

Existing Conditions webinar promotional image.
8/8/23, 12pm - 1pm
Zoom
In this course, subject matter experts from the team at Existing Conditions will illustrate how 3D laser scanning, point clouds, and BIM can be used to reduce risk and add...

Climate Ready Buildings Training

8/1/23, 9am - 12pm
Surrogate's Courthouse
This training is a prerequisite to the certification process for the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria for projects financed by NYC Housing Preservation and Development (HPD). The Climate Ready Buildings Training...

Turkey and Syria after the Earthquakes: Mid-Term Relief & Transitional Programs

A landscape photo of a semi-destroyed building standing amongst rubble, located in Antakya, Turkiye. The building is located in a residential area, has exposed 3 floors, and is missing a roof. There are people passing in front of the rubble.
7/29/23, 9:30am - 12pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
This presentation will start at 10am EST/5pm GMT. Doors will open for in-person attendance at 9:30am EST/4:30PM GMT. The 7.8 and 7.5 magnitude earthquakes that hit Southeastern Turkey and Syria on February...

Climate Mobilization Act Series: If, How, When—NYC Building Envelopes

7/27/23, 9:30am - 11am
Surrogate's Courthouse
Building envelopes are a crucial component of a building system, impacting energy efficiency, safety, and aesthetics. With NYC legislation in place, including Local Law 11 and Local Law 97, many...

Beyond ADA: Social Connections in Aging Communities

Interior of the Betances Residence
7/26/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How does the need for community change as we age? What does it mean to be socially connected and physically cared for in your home? How can design facilitate better...

Grattacielo Pirelli: Scraping the Skies of Italy

7/26/23, 4pm - 5pm
Online
Join us on July 26 at 4pm ET (2 hours earlier than our usual start time) for a talk by Marko Pogacnik, a professor at the University Iuav Venezia, on...

Turkey and Syria After the Earthquakes: Emergency Responses

A landscape photo of a semi-destroyed building standing amongst rubble, located in Antakya, Turkiye. The building is located in a residential area, has exposed 3 floors, and is missing a roof. There are people passing in front of the rubble.
7/22/23, 9:30am - 12pm
Center for Architecture
The 7.8- and 7.5-magnitude earthquakes that hit southeastern Turkey and Syria on February 6, 2023 officially took an estimated 50,000 to 60,000 lives. Entire neighborhoods were destroyed in cities such...

Creative Inspirations and Multiple Applications of Natural Leather

Lineapelle promotional image showing a woman wrapped in white leather and converging with a sculptural structure wrapped in the same material
7/20/23, 12pm - 2:30pm
New York Metropolitan Pavilion
Sustainable leather can be used to create a variety of building products, including flooring, wall coverings, and furniture. Architects, designers, and builders—particularly ones interested in sustainability and creative experimentation in...

Creative Inspirations and Multiple Applications of Natural Leather

Lineapelle promotional image showing a woman wrapped in white leather and converging with a sculptural structure wrapped in the same material
7/19/23, 12pm - 2:30pm
Metropolitan Pavilion
Sustainable leather can be used to create a variety of building products, including flooring, wall coverings, and furniture. Architects, designers, and builders—particularly ones interested in sustainability and creative experimentation in...

Moisture Management and Protection Strategies for Mass Timber Buildings

Headshot of Graham Finch wearing a hard hat
7/12/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Interest in mass timber and awareness of its advantages have exploded in recent years. But with any new construction technique comes new challenges. For mass timber, a particular concern is...

FDNY Fire Protection and Safety Plans: What Architects Need to Know

7/11/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
When the NYC Building Code triggers the need for fire protection plans or fire safety plans, do you know the requirements? This presentation will discuss these filings at the FDNY...

City of Yes for Economic Opportunity Remote Public Info Session

7/11/23, 7pm - 8:30pm
Zoom
Learn about NYC Planning’s initiative to modernize NYC’s zoning rules to promote small businesses, thriving commercial corridors and retail streets, and an equitable, resilient economy for all New Yorkers. There...

What is the Value of Architects?

7/10/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
“I have never been eager to make money by my art, but have gone on the principle that slender means and a good reputation are preferable to wealth and disrepute.”...

WISE x BPP: Capitalizing on the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund

7/10/23, 1pm - 2:30pm
Surrogate's Courthouse
BE-Ex’s Women in Sustainability & Energy (WISE) and the Building Performance Partnership present Capitalizing on the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, a panel event discussing the federal grant competition, program strategy...

Decarbonizing NYC Labs: New FDNY Compliance Pathway for Optimized Ventilation

Belfer Facade
7/6/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Science and Research Facilities Committee for a program exploring ventilation strategies at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Belfer Research Building, designed by Ennead Architects with Jaros, Baum & Bolles...

Françoise Raynaud: On Botanical Buildings

Rendering of modular glass building surrounded by pedestrian paths.
6/29/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join Françoise Raynaud for "Botanical Buildings," a talk on the connection between the built and natural environments. How do we live better in the city tomorrow? Today, more than ever, buildings must...

In Conversation with the Land: Two Indigenous Practices

Otaeciah (Crane) public outdoor sculpture
6/28/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Elisapeta Heta (Ngātiwai, Waikato Tainui, Sāmoa from Aotearoa New Zealand) and Chris Cornelius (citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, North America) will discuss their experiences as Indigenous designers, comparing...

On the Move: A Conversation About Climate Migration

6/27/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Building on the AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee's award-winning series on managed retreat, this program will focus on climate migration, examining the extreme complexity of its economic, social, and...

Concrete in a Steel City: Structural Innovation in Postwar Chicago

6/27/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
Chicago’s extensive history of steel skyscrapers conceals the city’s important innovations in concrete. Since the early 1900s, architects, engineers, and builders in Chicago explored concrete’s formal and structural versatility, leading...

Certificates of Insurance: An Underappreciated Protection for Your Firm

6/27/23, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Online
Certificates of Insurance are part of every AEC contract, with insurance levels generally established by the owner or contractor.  This program will show you how to make sure you protect...

Mass Timber: A Multidisciplinary View

6/26/23, 5:30pm - 7pm
Arup NYC Office
As the popularity of mass timber construction continues to rise, it is essential that architects grasp the design parameters and challenges associated with the technology. Designing a building with mass...

Biodesign Challenge Summit 2023

6/22/23, 8:30am - Friday, 6/23, 4pm
Parsons School of Design and MoMA
Since its founding in 2015, Biodesign Challenge (BDC) has worked with over 100 high schools and colleges in 29 countries. Each June, finalist teams gather at the Museum of Modern...

LATITUDES: Latin American Architecture NOW

The interior of UHP Synagogue in Asuncion, Paraguay
6/22/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
This program brings together over a dozen architects practicing across Latin America, from Mexico to Chile. Conceived as a complement to CAMPUS AULA: Educational Architecture in Latin America, currently on view at...

Anti-Racist Hot Dog: Creating Inclusive Workspaces

From left: Stephen Erich, Christine Mapondera, Wandile Mthiyane, and Josh Sanabria at a previous Anti-Racist Hot Dog event.
6/20/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As architects, we must push ourselves to create socially-responsible and ethical designs. However, before we can achieve this, we must first address the biases and patterns of discrimination that exist...

Marina City: A Virtual Lecture by Geoffrey Goldberg

6/13/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
Skyscraper histories often focus on the development of the skeletal iron frame as a key development, but this was paralleled by the equally important evolution of reinforced concrete as a...

Designing for Coastal Resiliency in Lower Manhattan: Why, What, How?

Image of Wagner Park
6/12/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Several projects responding to sea level rise and future storms are being designed and constructed in and around New York, and especially in lower Manhattan. These projects are large, complex...

Reimagining Justice: A Conversation with Formerly Incarcerated Artists

Image of Eye to Eye performance by Shaun Leonardo
6/6/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Ideas and proposals that once existed at the margins are now central to conversations on criminal justice. Today, we must ask ourselves, “Over the past years of cultural and political...

Changes in Campus Residential Life: Designing for a New Student Generation

6/1/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Moving into a dormitory is one of a student’s first experiences at college. How does student wellness impact the design of campus housing today and how are institutions using housing...

Book Talk – Verify in Field: Projects and Conversations with Höweler + Yoon

Front cover of "Verify in Field: Projects and Conversations | Höweler + Yoon."
5/31/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a talk by Eric Höweler, J. Meejin Yoon, and Thomas de Monchaux for a discussion on Höweler + Yoon's latest book, Verify in Field: Projects and Conversations with Höweler +...

The Architecture of Art and Performance

5/31/23, 5:30pm - 7pm
7 World Trade Center
When it comes to culture and the performing arts, New York City’s institutions are estimable. The stages, museums, galleries and concert venues that are the homes to much of our...

Tackling Water Insecurity in South Asia: The Case for Reviving Historic Water Management Systems

5/31/23, 10am - 11am
Zoom Webinar
Join World Monuments Fund (WMF) for a panel discussion exploring ongoing efforts to tackle water insecurity in South Asia by reviving historic water management systems in India and Nepal. Moderated...

The Shape of the Sacred

5/31/23, 5:30pm - 7pm
Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine
Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine will host a public conversation on contemporary sacred buildings with Justin Davidson, the architecture critic for New York Magazine. This event honors...

Forum on Architecture, Spirituality, and Culture Symposium 2023

5/31/23, 9am - Sunday, 6/4, 5pm
Thomas Berry Place
“New Patterns of Communion” Symposium 2023 May 31 – June 4, 2023, New York, New York From May 31 to June 4, 2023, The Forum on Architecture, Spirituality, and Culture...

2023 Gil Oberfield Lecture: Desai Chia Architecture

Interior of an open plan kitchen
5/22/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The annual Gil Oberfield Lecture was founded in honor of Gil Oberfield, AIA, former member and chair of the AIANY Interiors Committee. The lecture brings to the podium speakers whose...

BQE 2053

5/20/23, 9:30am - 5:30pm
New York Harbor School on Governors Island
Join us on Saturday, May 20, 2023, at the New York Harbor School on Governors Island in New York City. The symposium includes two sessions: morning (9:30 AM–12:30 PM) and...

Looking Beyond Landmarks: Celebrating That Which is Difficult to Preserve

5/20/23, 9am - 1pm
New York Law School
Join the Historic Districts Council at the Annual Preservation Conference, which will examine sites that are difficult to preserve, including sites of cultural significance, non-buildings, places of commemoration and trauma,...

The Mycelium House: From Sculpture to Tiny Home

The Phoenix installation
5/19/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
The Mycelium House is a series of design workshops exploring the use of mycelium, the thread-like structures (hyphae) in fungi, as a residential building material in combination with other zero-carbon...

Immigration – A Survival Guide for the A&E Comunity

5/18/23, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Langan (or Virtual)
The pandemic disrupted business in numerous ways, not least our ability to hire qualified candidates from other countries to sponsor for work visas and green cards. Jeff Margolis, Founder, The...

Advocacy and Agency in Architecture: Organizational Models

Illustration of Rubik's Cubes
5/16/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The series “Advocacy and Agency in Architecture” will explore how current modalities of architectural education and practice have the potential for architects to act as advocates and agents for change...

The Great American Transit Disaster: A Century of Austerity, Auto-Centric Planning, and White Flight

5/16/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
In The Great American Transit Disaster, urban and planning historian Nicholas Dagen Bloom offers a potent re-examination of America’s history of public disinvestment in mass transit. Countering the standard histories...

City of Yes for Carbon Neutrality: Implications for NYC

5/16/23, 8:30am - 10am
Center for Architecture
Achieving New York City's target of carbon neutrality by 2050 will require significant changes to energy production, storage, and transmission; building performance and management; transportation; and waste streams. The NYC...

Scandinavian Schoolhouse Design

interior of a Scandinavian Schoolhouse
5/15/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
What do schools look like in Sweden and Scandinavia today? What will they look like tomorrow? What expectations and pressures are placed on these important buildings? And how do we...

Visualizing Building Science with Infrared Thermography

Infrared image of the exterior of a building
5/11/23, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Webinar
An infrared (IR) camera is a critical investigative tool for building diagnostics, used to detect a wide range of thermal anomalies ranging from air leaks and missing insulation to HVAC...

Building HueSpaces: The Legacy of Black Communities Built and Sustained

5/11/23, 9am - 5pm
Weeksville Heritage Center
As we move forward through designing your new brick and mortar space, let’s also consider how you can make the most out of your investment in our organization. How can...

Women in Design and Development: The Value of an Integrated Approach

A woman looking at a 2-D model skyline
5/10/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As more architects foray into the realm of real-estate development and urban planning, the interdisciplinary thinking that is required for navigating work at this intersection becomes increasingly important. Please join...

Art Omi: Open Works and Architectural Installations

View of Art Omi grounds with installations.
5/9/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join Art Omi for a panel about “open works.” The panel will explore architectural works and installations that are dynamic and not static. Rather than a single integration, open works...

Material Worlds: Designing the Forest and Other Mass Timber Futures

Material Worlds lecture series posts and "Designing the Forest and Other Mass Timber Futures" book cover against yellow and green background.
5/5/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join Carson Chan and Lindsey Wikstrom for the culmination of the Material Worlds lecture series. The inaugural episode of Materials Worlds was focused on Mass Timber, and brought together the President...

Limitations of Liability in the AEC Industry

5/2/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architects and engineers tend to focus intensely on the essence of their craft: delivering thoughtful, profound solutions to specific clients, the public, and society writ large through design. However, responsibly...

Building the Empire State

5/1/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
Constructed in eleven months, the 1,250-foot Empire State Building, the world’s tallest skyscraper from 1931 to 1971, was a marvel of modern engineering. The frame rose more than a story...

Women in Fabrication Conference and Workshop

Closeup on the sculptural surface of 3D-printed concrete
4/29/23, 9am - 5:30pm
Eventscape
As the industry explores more sustainable construction methods and technologies to iterate the design process, the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee (WIA) hosts five pioneering women design and construction leaders...

Experimental: Recent Work by Studio Zhu Pei

Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum by Zhu Pei
4/28/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
During this evening event, Zhu Pei will present recent work by Beijing-based Studio Zhu Pei, including the Imperial Kiln Museum, the Majiayao Ruins Museum Observatory, and the Zibo Art Center....

Build Out Alliance: An Evening with Matthew Bremer

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4/27/23, 5:30pm - 7pm
Gensler, 1700 Broadway, New York, NY, 10019
Matthew Bremer, AIA, became President of AIA New York in January 2023 and, in doing so, became the first openly gay person to hold this position since the organization's founding...

Circular Economy and Design Part 1: Applying Arup’s Circular Buildings Toolkit

Image of a 2D red circle
4/26/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Webinar
This course is the first in a two-part series on the principles and practices of circular design in architecture. The course will briefly introduce the concept of the circular economy...

Transportation and Infrastructure Spotlight: LaGuardia Airport (Terminal B)

Image of the interior of The LaGuardia Airport New Terminal B
4/25/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Brickworks
As the first in a series of spotlight events celebrating winners of AIANY's Transportation and Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards, this program will focus on LaGuardia Airport's new Terminal B, a...

Building HueSpaces Session 4: Designing with Care

4/20/23, 5pm - 8pm
Kamau Studios
This session, we are taking our discussion of accessibility into the virtual realm! In these unprecedented times, we have seen more organizations turn to technology to bridge the gap between...

Screening of And The Worlds That Surround with Live Score

4/18/23, 7pm - 8:30pm
Tishman Auditorium at The New School
For American architect and filmmaker Eric Franklin Romeo, better understanding the nuances of the environments that surround us has always served as a primer to designing within it. Over the...

Cocktails & Conversation: Farshid Moussavi with Joann Gonchar

Rendering of the exterior of Ismaili Center Houston a white brick building with crisp angles showing pedestrians walking and sitting in the public spaces
4/14/23, 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 design issues. This program...

The Mycelium House: Material Exploration for a Zero-Carbon Tiny Home (Session C)

AI generated image of a Mycelium House using Midjourney, by Omid Oliyan
4/12/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Zoom
“The Mycelium House” is a series of design workshops exploring the use of mycelium, the thread-like structures (hyphae) in fungi, as a residential building material in combination with other zero-carbon...

Re-landscaping Notre-Dame

4/12/23, 7pm - 8pm
French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)
Four years following the tragic Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral fire, the extensive renovations have progressed to the surrounding neighborhood. The landscape architect of the LUMA park in Arles, Bas Smets,...

Q&A with “My Architect” Filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn with architects Brinda Somaya & Gina Pollara

4/11/23, 7:30pm - 10pm
Film Forum
A new restoration of the Academy Award-nominated My Architect, which received rapturous reviews when it first opened at Film Forum nearly 20 years ago. Louis Kahn, who in 1974 died...

Guidance for Emerging Sustainable Design Warriors: Opportunities in a New Era

Pexels image of a building
4/11/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Are you passionate about sustainable design yet perplexed by how to get started? Would you like to learn how to support sustainability efforts as a firm principal, a firm specialist,...

Q&A with “My Architect” Filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn

4/9/23, 7:10pm - 10pm
Film Forum
A new restoration of the Academy Award-nominated My Architect, which received rapturous reviews when it first opened at Film Forum nearly 20 years ago. Louis Kahn, who in 1974 died...

Q&A with “My Architect” Filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn with author and architecture critic Paul Goldberger

4/7/23, 7:30pm - 10pm
Film Forum
A new restoration of the Academy Award-nominated My Architect, which received rapturous reviews when it first opened at Film Forum nearly 20 years ago. Louis Kahn, who in 1974 died...

Coffee With Fellows: Featuring Kim Yao and Josh Gonsalves

4/6/23, 12pm - 1pm
Online
Coffee with Fellows is an ongoing series centered around a conversation between one Fellow and one emerging professional, interviewing each other. The podcast-like format allows for the inviting conversation to...

Book Talk – E 1027: Restoring a House By the Sea

Book cover of E 1027, showing the villa on the waterfront.
4/4/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Published following the completion the long-awaited restoration of a legendary house, this book explores an exemplary conservation project. A modern house par excellence, Villa E 1027, located in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, was...

South Bronx Rising: The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of an American City

4/4/23, 6pm - 7pm
Online
Thirty-five years after this landmark of urban history—originally titled We’re Still Here in a 1986 first edition—Jill Jonnes continues to chronicle the rise, fall, rebirth, and ongoing revival of the...

Cocktails & Conversation: Nader Tehrani with Nima Javidi

The entryway to MIT site 4 showcasing a large, long canopy on stilts connecting the entrance to the sidewalk
3/31/23, 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 design issues. This program...

Back to the Office: 50 Revolutionary Office Buildings and How They Sustained

Book cover for Back to the Office
3/30/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a conversation with Ashley Schafer, Ruth Baumeister, and Stephan Petermann about their latest publication, Back to the Office: 50 Revolutionary Office Buildings and How They Sustained (NAi010 publishing, 2022). ...

2023 Design for Freedom Summit

3/30/23, 9am - 6pm
Grace Farms
Join us to design a more humane future at the Design for Freedom 2023 Summit at Grace Farms on March 30, 2023, as we come together for a day of...

Broadway Linear Park Design Workshop

3/30/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Transportation Alternatives Offices
Join Transportation Alternatives’ Broadway Linear Park (BLiP) campaign for the first night of design workshopping! We’re seeking input for how to build upon the preliminary design work we’ve done to...

AIANY Design Awards: Interiors Showcase

Adams Street Library interior by WORKac
3/29/23, 6pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Organized by the AIANY Interiors Committee, this program dives into the recipients of the 2023 AIANY Design Awards in the Interiors category. Project presentations will be led by the architectural...

Norma Merrick Sklarek Lecture

3/29/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
The Event Oval, Lower Level 1, The Diana Center, Barnard College
Sara Zewde of Harlem-based Studio Zewde will give the inaugural Norma Merrick Sklarek Lecture at Barnard College on Wednesday, March 29. The Norma Merrick Sklarek Lecture honors Barnard alumna Norma...

Reconstruction of the Henry Hudson Bridge South Approach

3/29/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This presentation will cover a brief history of the Henry Hudson Bridge and the recent reconstruction of a major section of the original bridge: Project HH-88B/13A. From a design and...

New Perspectives on Refining CEQR: A Look Back at Citywide Development

3/27/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As part of a collaborative effort to examine ways to refine City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR), the Municipal Art Society and Regional Plan Association will present new research into the...

MadaMind

3/25/23, 10am - 3pm
COOKFOX Architects
MadaMind is a “mastermind” mini-conference focused on development for a diverse group of women during Women’s History Month.  Personal and professional development will be covered by experienced and dynamic speakers....

Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101

3/23/23, 1pm - 2pm
Zoom
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Back to the Basics-Wood Flooring 101. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood flooring specialists &...

Climate Resiliency in NYC

3/23/23, 5:30pm - 7pm
Building Energy Exchange - Surrogate's Courthouse
ASHRAE NY and BE-Ex host a panel event on climate resiliency, diving into the dual challenges of efficient and GHG-free building design that responds to increasing flooding, precipitation, and heat...

Building HueSpaces Session 3: Designing with Care

3/23/23, 6pm - 8pm
El Barrio's Artspace P.S. 109
You have your dream team, you have your timeline, and you are ready to embark on some capital campaigning, but wait, there’s more! Let’s discuss accessibility and processes to make...

The United Nations of Rivers, Deltas and Estuaries

3/23/23, 8am - 10am
Strategies and methodologies aimed at the sustainable management of water and water ecosystems need to go beyond technical and economic-driven approaches. In the run-up to the UN Water Conference and...

Building HUE Spaces Session 3: Designing with Care

3/23/23, 6pm - 8pm
El Barrio's Artspace P.S.109
You have your dream team, you have your timeline, and you are ready to embark on some capital campaigning, but wait, there’s more! Let’s discuss accessibility and processes to make...

Mentorship for Women in Architecture Seminar

3/22/23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Hosted Virtually
We will hear from Karin Payson, AIA, LEED AP and Principal at Karin Payson Architecture + Design, about Ensuring a Creatively Fulfilling Career. We will also hear from Suchi Reddy,...

Centering the Role of Design in Design-Build

Exterior photo of Chicago Public Library Chinatown Branch
3/22/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
As New York City moves to increase the use of design-build for critical project delivery, and amidst the pressures of cost and time savings, how can we work together to...

Using Historic Preservation to Develop and Maintain Affordable Housing in NYC

3/22/23, 9am - 12pm
Online
Everyone agrees that New York City is facing an affordable housing crisis. Adaptive reuse and rehabilitation of historic buildings has in many cases proven to be an effective way to preserve...

Buildings of Excellence Round Three Awards

NYSERDA Buildings of Excellence event graphic
3/21/23, 10am - 11am
Zoom
Please join us to celebrate the winning projects for Round Three of the Buildings of Excellence Competition, New York State Energy and Research Development Authority's (NYSERDA) exciting $48+ million initiative...

Book Talk: New York Stilled Life

Book cover for New York Stilled Life. Photograph taken of an empty field in New York's Central Park
3/20/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join us for a book talk on New York Stilled Life: Portrait of a City in Lockdown (Goff Books, 2021), led by author Gregory Peterson. Mid-March 2020: native New Yorker Gregory...

Remembering Rafael Viñoly: Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen

Rafael Vinoly Carrasco Intl Airport
3/16/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
We are deeply saddened to learn that Rafael Viñoly, FAIA, passed away on March 2 in New York City at the age of 78. Our thoughts are with his family,...
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The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway at 75: A Crisis in Context

Promotional graphic for The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway at 75: A Crisis in Context
3/14/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
In-Person Tickets are now sold out! We are still accepting registrations to join the event on Zoom. The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway is in need of an integrated approach that incorporates both...

An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City

3/14/23, 6pm - 7pm
The Skyscraper Museum
An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City, written by Phillip James Dodd with photography by Jonathan Wallen, is a sumptuous book on an era–roughly from the 1870s to...

Brick Design: Incorporating Unique Detailing in Architecture

3/9/23, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Brick, known for its durability, has been used for millennia to help shape architecture throughout history. More recently other key attributes of brick have come to the forefront. Sustainability and...

NYLON: Innovation in New York and London

3/9/23, 9am - 10:30am
What is the impact of increasing innovation districts on the urban fabric of cities? Join a discussion between New York and London. For decades, innovation districts were campuses outside the...

Embrace Equity: Madame Architect on Stories and Lessons for a Way Forward

Headshot image of Julia Gamolina
3/8/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
AKDO Showroom
For the past five years, the digital magazine and media start-up Madame Architect has celebrated the extraordinary women that shaped our world. Its founder and Editor-in-Chief, Julia Gamolina, Assoc. AIA,...

G.E. Kidder Smith Builds: The Travel of Architectural Photography

3/4/23, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
DOCOMOMO US/New York Tri-State presents a virtual program coinciding with the recent publication of G.E. Kidder Smith Builds: The Travel of Architectural Photography (ORO Editions) written by Angelo Maggi with...

The Met’s Skylights and Mechanical System Replacement

3/2/23, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
The skylights of the A, B, and C wings of the Metropolitan Museum of Art provide natural daylighting for the European Paintings Galleries, which house some of the museum’s most...

Svetlana Kana Radević: Aggregate Assemblies, 2023 Womxn in Design and Architecture Conference

3/2/23, 6pm - Friday, 3/3, 4pm
Princeton School of Architecture
Svetlana Kana Radević’s architecture is a radical act of mediation. Rising to prominence in post-war Yugoslavia, her buildings speak on all scales, engaging geo-political and social complexities. Drawing from knowledge...

Book Talk: Creating Dynamic Places for Learning

Children at work in a classroom
3/1/23, 9am - 11am
Center for Architecture
Peter Lippman and Elizabeth Matthews will present their latest book, Creating Dynamic Places for Learning: An Evidence Based Design Approach (Springer, 2023), which provides an evidence-based design approach to the planning...

Cloudbursts and NYC: Strategies for Design, Mitigation, and Implementation

Image of vehicles submerged on a waterlogged road in New York, the United States, Sept. 2, 2021
2/28/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In August and September 2021, Hurricanes Henri and Ida showed us the havoc intense rainfall can create across New York City’s five boroughs. More than 40 deaths occurred, caused by...

From the Forest to the Floor

2/23/23, 1pm - 2pm
Zoom Webinar
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, From the Forest to the Floor. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood flooring specialists &...

Book Talk: The Architecture of Disability

The Architecture of Disability book cover
2/23/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
By re-contextualizing the history of architecture through the discourse of disability, David Gissen's recent book The Architecture of Disability Buildings, Cities, and Landscapes beyond Access (University of Minnesota Press, 2022) presents...

Waste Heat Energy Recovery Technologies

2/22/23, 10am - 11:30am
Online
In the effort to reduce emissions, one innovative approach that is often overlooked is waste heat energy recovery. Waste heat is a by-product of other HVAC  systems and processes, such...

‘Healthy Furniture’: Interior Design and Hygiene in Victorian Britain

2/21/23, 2pm - 3pm
Online
Learn how Victorian Britain dealt with pandemics and how sanitary reform influenced interior design Hand sanitizer, social distancing, face masks, and plexiglass dividers are today’s responses to a global health...

Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining and Refinishing Wood Floors

2/19/23, 1pm - 2pm
Zoom
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors. Joe Avila, one of the world’s...

Designing with Wood Floors

2/16/23, 1pm - 2:30pm
Zoom
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Designing with Wood Floors. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood flooring specialists & wood flooring...

Building HueSpaces Session 2

2/16/23, 6pm - 8pm
The Clemente
Now that you have considered how to start a capital project and figuring out what you need, it’s time to assemble your dream team. In this session, co-hosted by The...

Who Shapes the Campus Round Table at the Rutgers Club

2/16/23, 5pm - 8:30pm
The Rutgers Club
HLW, Syska and Rutgers invite you to a round table event entitled Who Shapes the Campus, at the Rutgers Club. This discussion explores the variant perspectives among the many decisionmakers...

Book Talk: Geospaces – Continuities Between Humans, Spaces, and the Earth

Geospaces book covers
2/15/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Join Salon Alper Derinboğaz founder and principal Alper Derinboğaz for the launch of his book Geospaces: Continuities Between Humans, Spaces, and the Earth (Actar Publishers, 2022). Geospaces is an extended visual essay of...

Vitra Salon Series: Public Works and Design Excellence

2/15/23, 6pm - 8pm
Vitra, 95 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Overseeing more than 375 million square feet of federal workspace, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the government’s landlord and the nation’s largest real estate holder. Through its decades-long...

Book Talk: Occupation: Boundary – Art, Architecture, and Culture at the Water

Painting by Johann Heirich Remberg, The Tempest circa 1800
2/13/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Cathy Simon and Laurie Olin will discuss the book Occupation: Boundary Art, Architecture, and Culture at the Water (ORO Editions, 2022) in a conversation moderated by Ashley Simone. The book...

Political Action Fund Kickoff: Featuring Mark Levine

2/13/23, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
The crucial 2023 New York City Council elections are fast approaching. The outcomes of these races will significantly impact the practice of architecture throughout the city. Therefore, AIA New York...

Book Talk: Denise Scott Brown In Other Eyes: Portraits of an Architect

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2/10/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the Center for Architecture for a discussion on the book Denise Scott Brown In Other Eyes: Portraits of an Architect (Birkhäuser, 2022), edited by Frida Grahn. From the bustle...

Engineered Wood Flooring

2/9/23, 1pm - 2pm
Zoom Webinar
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Engineered Wood Flooring. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood flooring specialists & wood flooring inspectors,...

The Howl: An Open Mic and Film Forum

Image of an interview at a film studio
2/9/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Howl will serve as a multimedia forum to explore storytelling and filmmaking as powerful tools for architects to create a more compelling, equitable, and sustainable built environment. Stories shape...

“Building Faith” – Divine New York: Inside the Historic Churches and Synagogues of Manhattan

2/8/23, 7pm - 8pm
92nd Street Y
Manhattan is home to a remarkably diverse range of houses of worship, many of them several hundred years old, yet few see beyond the often-unassuming façades except the local faithful....

It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood

2/2/23, 1pm - 2pm
Zoom
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood...

Design for a Connected Society and Home

Photo of a modern home, in the hills.
2/2/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Advances in communications technology have created a connected society and living environments. Today's network speed, accessibility, and the expansion of online connectivity and content allow us to access and manage...

New Practices in Conversation: ANY

Hudson Restaurant concept rendering by ANY
2/1/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In conjunction with the New Practices New York exhibition, the AIANY New Practices Committee is hosting a series of salon-style programs featuring the six winners of the competition’s last cycle. New...

Kenneth Frampton: Modernization & the Presence of Architecture

Headshot of Kenneth Frampton
2/1/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In this event, Kenneth Frampton will explore the impact on architecture of a society undergoing constant technological modernization, which renders the realization of social theorist Jürgen Habermas’s "unfinished modern project" (the idea...

Special Inspections: What You Need to Know

1/31/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Special inspections were developed and codified to minimize improper construction and ensure that the design-professional-in-responsible-charge remains engaged in the construction process in an effort to reduce project defects and failures....

Airports of Tomorrow – Today

1/31/23, 9am - 11:45am
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Auditorium
Join us for a two-part panel on the Port Authority’s role in shaping and growing the metropolitan region’s three major airports from the 1940s to today, using the RPA’s 1947...

Unionization in Architecture

Promotional graphic for Unionization in Architecture event
1/30/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Though New York’s architects have long been unionized in the public sector and academia, it was not until 2022 that an architecture firm unionized. In this panel discussion, you will...
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Cocktails & Conversation: Thom Mayne and Winka Dubbeldam

Exterior photo of Morphosis' addition to Cooper Union.
1/27/23, 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 design issues. This program...

Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as Flooring Material

1/26/23, 1pm - 2pm
Zoom Webinar
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood flooring...

12th Annual Women in Architecture Recognition Award and Holiday Party

Four women posing for a photo and holding award certificates at the 11th Annual WIA Recognition Award
1/26/23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Come celebrate the New Year at the AIANY Women in Architecture (WIA) Holiday Party in the Brickworks Design Studio as we toast to the women licensed in 2022 and to...

Rethink Penn Station NYC: Bold Visions for a New Penn Station

1/26/23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Great Hall at Cooper Union Foundation Building
Come see designs for the new Penn Station NYC deserves. ReThink Penn Station NYC, will be hosting a design forum at Cooper Union to showcase Penn Station proposals-along with Alex...

Passive House Construction Primer

1/26/23, 1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Learn the basic principles and best practices of Passive House construction in this one-hour introductory course. The Passive House Construction Primer is a slightly more technical version of our original...

Managing Management: Post-COVID Workplace Advice for Architects

1/25/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
With the unwinding of the COVID-19 pandemic, architecture offices are in the process of debating next steps, such as the tradeoffs between remote-only work, office-only work, and hybrid work, and...

Grounding for Railroads and Transit

1/25/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This presentation will explore the role of grounding in relation to NFPA-70 (NEC) and the regulations of the local utility (Con Edison), as well as minimizing shock and accident risk....

The Innovation Complex: Cities, Tech, and the New Economy

Book Cover of The Innovation Complex by Sharon Zukin
1/24/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
What is the innovation economy, and how does it shape the city?  Join us for a conversation with Sharon Zukin and Alby Bocanegra on The Innovation Complex, a book exploring the forces...

Navigating Diversity & Inclusion at Your Firm: A DEI Knowledge Exchange

1/24/23, 6pm - 8pm
Primary
Over the last few years, the structural engineering community has increasingly recognized the importance of advocacy for the inclusion of marginalized and underrepresented groups. Individual engineering firms have pursued an...

Brunner Recipient Roundtable: Post-World War II Architecture in Europe

The Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, researched by Hayes. Image courtesy of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
1/23/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York and the Center for Architecture host a panel discussion with recipients of the Arnold W. Brunner Grant, which supports advanced studies in any area of architectural investigation that...

50 Years after Roe v. Wade: Our Current Situation

1/23/23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for Architecture
Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) and ArchiteXX present the first in a series of joint panel discussions on how reproductive rights legislation impacts the design realm. It has been 50...

Wood Flooring Trends – Wide and Long Planks

1/19/23, 1pm - 2:30pm
Zoom Webinar
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned wood flooring specialists &...

Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining and Refinishing Wood Floors

1/19/23, 1pm - 2:30pm
Zoom Webinar
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist “ONLINE” for our one credit course, Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors. Joe Avila, one of the world’s...

POSTPONED – Redlines and Green Zones: Manhattan

1/19/23, 6pm - 8pm
Zoom
This event has been postponed. Please check back for a new date to be announced shortly! "Redlines and Green Zones" is a series of virtual workshops dedicated to exploring and...

Building Hue Spaces Session 1: Visioning

1/19/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
So you want to build an arts space for your non-profit? Great—now how do you even begin? In this initial session of "Building Hue Spaces," we will explore how to...

Acoustics Matters: Sound Design in Learning Spaces

1/19/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
The Players Club
This panel discussion features industry thought leaders on acoustics and architecture with expertise in educational environments.  The panelists will explore the impact of acoustics in learning spaces, while connecting the...

Mentorship for Women in Architecture Seminar

1/18/23, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Online
We will hear from Nina Kinoti-Metz, Founder of Studio Parallel, about Creating Your Own Opportunities and Path to Success. We will also hear from Julie Nelson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C...

Redlines and Green Zones: Reassessing the Redline Maps

Illustration of Brooklyn, New York Redlining Map
1/18/23, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Between 1935 and 1940, the federal government through the U.S. Home Owners’ Loan Corporation (HOLC) drew and issued maps of cities and towns all over the U.S. The purpose of...

Future of Practice Committee Kickoff Meeting

1/18/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Webinar
AIA New York would like to invite you to the Future of Practice Committee Kickoff Meeting on January 18 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The committee serves as a platform...

NYC Decarbonization: Fundamentals

1/18/23, 8am - 12pm
Webinar
As COVID-19 appears to be under control, decarbonization has swept through the HVAC & buildings industry like wildfire. In the rush to electrify our buildings, what should be the major...

Climate Mobilization Act Primer

1/18/23, 1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Get informed on New York City climate legislation and its impact on buildings. Register now for the Climate Mobilization Act Primer, a one-hour seminar examining the basic principles of the...

New Practices in Conversation: BRANDT : HAFERD

architectural model against a black background
1/12/23, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In conjunction with the New Practices New York exhibition, the AIANY New Practices Committee is hosting a series of salon-style programs featuring the six winners of the competition's last cycle. New...

Retaining Walls and Parking Structures

1/10/23, 12pm - 1:15pm
Zoom
With recent code changes, property owners are required by law to file compliance reports on these two unique structures. This presentation will review different types of retaining walls and parking...

The Fulton Fish Market: A History

Online
Today, the once bustling, fragrant fish market in lower Manhattan’s South Street Seaport is a rebuilt retail destination with a new kind of marketing –  but from its founding in...

2023 AIANY Design Awards Announcement

2023 AIANY Design Awards graphic
1/9/23, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
  Join us for the announcement of this year's AIA New York Design Awards winners in Architecture, Interiors, Urban Design, and Projects. A moderated discussion with this year's jurors will follow....

Formgiving: Giving Form to the Future

1/4/23, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
Formgiving, the Danish word for design, means to give form to that which has not yet been given form: create a world to the world we would like to find...

Designing for Post-Incarceration

Designing for Post-Incarceration Logo
12/16/22, 8:30am - 1pm
Center for Architecture
Incarceration is at the heart of major debates in both architecture and government. Even as New York City and State change decades-long policies around criminal justice, major questions remain about...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

12/15/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: From the Forest to the Floor + Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job on December 15, 2022...

AIA New York 2023 Board Inaugural

Closeup of the AIA Presidential medal and gavel
12/14/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
AIA New York invites you to celebrate the 2023 Board Inaugural. The event will feature the passing of the gavel from 2022 President Andrea Lamberti, AIA, to 2023 President Matt...

RESCHEDULED – Redlines and Green Zones: Reassessing the Redline Maps

Illustration of Brooklyn, New York Redlining Map
12/13/22, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Please note this event has been rescheduled for Between 1935 and 1940, the federal government through the U.S. Home Owners’ Loan Corporation (HOLC) drew and issued maps of cities and...

Manfredo Tafuri’s Modern Architecture in Japan

Fig. 1 Kenzō Tange, Nichinan Cultural Center. Photograph: Yukio Futagawa.
12/12/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join Jean-Louis Cohen, Catherine Ingraham, Yukie Kamiya, and Mohsen Mostafavi for a discussion of the celebrated Italian architectural historian Manfredo Tafuri's book Modern Architecture in Japan (Mack Books, 2022). Originally...

Meet and Mingle: The Lost Art of Pre-Construction

12/9/22, 5:30pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
How can the A/E/C industry broadly improve the quality of its projects and customer satisfaction? Looking to the past, the Ancient Greek "master builder" (arkhitekton) anticipated every phase of the...

Introduction to the Passive House Standard

12/8/22, 1pm - 5pm
Live online
Passive House goals and methodology change the way architects and builders think and work, making the architectural design itself a driver of climate, health, and social solutions. This is a...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

12/8/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Specifying Commercial Wood Floors + Designing with Wood Floors on December 8, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online. Joe Avila, one...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

12/7/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring + Engineered Wood Flooring on December 7, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online. Joe...

Giuliana Bruno: Atmospheres of Projection

Book cover for Atmospheres of Projection: Environmentality in Art and Screen Media
12/7/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Giuliana Bruno presents her new book, Atmospheres of Projection: Environmentality in Art and Screen Media (University of Chicago Press, 2022), which considers the interrelations of projection, atmosphere, and environment. "What...

New Practices in Conversation: Bryony Roberts Studio with Alexandra Lange

High Museum of Art, Atlanta
12/6/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In conjunction with the New Practices New York exhibition, the AIANY New Practices Committee is hosting a series of salon-style programs featuring the six winners of the competition's last cycle. New...

Retail Design Institute’s 51st International Design Competition

Image of Treat Store Front in JFK International Airport
12/6/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee and the Retail Design Institute NY Chapter as they host presentations by New York firms for projects recognized in the Retail Design Institute’s 51st International...

Engineering in the Emergency Response Cycle

12/6/22, 12pm - 1pm
Zoom
We continue the SEAoNY Resilience Panel Series with a panel on engineering in the emergency response cycle. This panel is presented in collaboration with the SEAoNY Structural Engineering Emergency Response (SEER)...

Passive House Retrofits: Part 1

12/6/22, 1pm - 5pm
Online
Passive House standards are not just for new construction. Existing structures can benefit from upgrading airtightness, insulation, reducing thermal bridging, upgrading to high performance doors and windows, and adding energy...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

12/6/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
lease join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses: Wood Flooring Species + Cork, Bamboo and Hardwood as a Flooring Material on December 6, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online....

New Practices in Conversation: Citygroup

Talk in Circle, New York, NY, 2020.
12/2/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In conjunction with the New Practices New York exhibition, the AIANY New Practices Committee is hosting a series of salon-style programs featuring the six winners of the competition's last cycle. New...

Cocktails & Conversation: Sarah Williams with Brad Samuels

Establishing shot of the Distance Unknown Exhibition at MIT
12/2/22, 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 design issues. For this...

Design for Deconstruction: The Circular Economy and NYC’s Building Industry

Design for Deconstruction promotional event graphic
12/1/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
This event, hosted by the AIANY Civic Leadership Program, will explore the environmental, financial, and social impacts of construction and demolition waste disposal in NYC, as well as options for...

BQE: Community Mosaic

12/1/22, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Block House, Governors Island
Join the IPA 2022 Fellows and their Community Partners for a conversation on the issues and opportunities facing communities along the BQE. This is the final of three public panels...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

12/1/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors on December 1, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online....

New Practices in Conversation: GRT Architects with Marc Tsurumaki

Image of Millerton Studio by GRT Architects
11/30/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In conjunction with the New Practices New York exhibition, the AIANY New Practices Committee is hosting a series of salon-style programs featuring the six winners of the competition's last cycle. New...

Turnout NYC: Building New Public Spaces for New York Artists

11/30/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Prior to the pandemic, people living in vulnerable areas already had limited access to cultural opportunities. Today, those scarce opportunities are at a higher risk of disappearing. Turnout NYC is...

Unequal Cities: Overcoming Anti-Urban Bias to Reduce Inequality in the United States

11/29/22, 6pm - 7pm
Skyscraper Museum
Cities are central to prosperity: they are hubs of innovation and growth. Yet the economic vitality of wealthy cities is marred by persistent and pervasive inequality. In his new book...

The Church in Sag Harbor: A Repurposed 1836 Sanctuary, Now an Arts Center

11/28/22, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
Award-winning architect Lee Skolnick discusses his recent work on The Church, an artist residency, exhibition space, and creativity center in Sag Harbor, NY. The Church is an adaptive reuse and...

Samuel Ratensky Memorial Lecture: Angela Brooks & Lawrence Scarpa

Rendering of Xantho Workhouse a live work space in Los Angeles
11/28/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The annual Samuel Ratensky Memorial 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...

Piero Lissoni on Unintentionally Perfect: The Philosophy of the Error

Portrait of Piero Lissoni in a suit and pushing his glasses up on his nose
11/21/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Every project has an incredible capacity to create, to generate, to produce errors, sometimes in a way that is totally unintentional, either because some things—a proportion, a depth, a height—are...

Today’s Global Harvard Design Magazine 50: Sarah Whiting and Nicolai Ouroussoff

Harvard Design magazine spring/summer 2022 cover
11/18/22, 9am - 10:30am
Center for Architecture
Join us for an hour-long discussion between educator and design critic Nicolai Ouroussoff and Sarah Whiting, Dean and Josep Lluís Sert Professor of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of...

Agricultural Modernization and Collective Memory: 50 Species-Towns

Image from Agricultural Modernization and Collective Memory: 50 Species-Towns, Charles Waldheim (Cambridge, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2022)
11/17/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Architect and urbanist Charles Waldheim, John E. Irving Professor, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, invites you to a reception for his recent book, Agricultural Modernization and Collective Memory: 50 Species-Towns (Harvard...

AIANY Building Science Committee Kickoff

11/17/22, 12:30pm - 2pm
Zoom
AIA New York is thrilled to introduce you to the newly established AIANY Building Science Committee. We invite you to register and attend the committee’s monthly meetings, which are meant to...

Sustainable Affordable Housing: Financing Strategies for an Equitable Energy Transition

11/17/22, 10am - 11:15am
Virtual
With nearly half of New York State’s residents earning a low or moderate income, it is essential to identify paths to finance upgrades to affordable housing in support of meeting...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

11/17/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses: Wood Flooring 101 on November 17, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned flooring...

Advocacy, Agency and Architecture: Evolving Beyond Participatory Design

Image of AIANY Engagement session with PLASTARC
11/16/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The series “Advocacy and Agency in Architecture” will explore how current modalities of architectural education and practice have the potential for architects to act as advocates and agents for change...

Is the Grass Really Greener?

11/16/22, 6pm - 8pm
STV
A discussion on what it is like to make the switch from working on the structural Engineer of Record side of projects to working on the construction management or owner’s...

New Practices in Conversation: New Affiliates with Paul Lewis

Image of Rashaad Newsome Assembly Theater by New Affiliates
11/16/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
In conjunction with the New Practices New York exhibition, the AIANY New Practices Committee is hosting a series of salon-style programs featuring the six winners of the competition's last cycle. New...

ESG in AEC: Environment – Shifting to a Carbon-Neutral Industry

11/15/22, 8:30am - 10:30am
TBD
Building construction and operation accounts for 37% of global carbon dioxide emissions. This jarring statistic, reported in 2021 by the United Nations Environment Programme’s global status report, and those reported...

Biking in NYC Now: Opportunities and Limitations Within Urban Infrastructure

Biking in NYC Now event poster
11/15/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As we take stock after the pandemic, it’s clear that more people are competing for New York City's limited biking infrastructure. The increased demand has come from residents and tourists...

BDNY

Interior hotel lobby
11/14/22, 9am - 5pm
Javits Center
Set in the cultural capital of New York City, BDNY, the leading trade fair and conference for boutique hospitality and lifestyle interiors, returns to the Javits Center to connect hospitality...

BDNY

Interior hotel lobby
11/13/22, 9am - Monday, 11/14, 5pm
Javits Center
Set in the cultural capital of New York City, BDNY, the leading trade fair and conference for boutique hospitality and lifestyle interiors, returns to the Javits Center to connect hospitality...

Women Pioneering Architecture: The first Italian Architects Plautilla Bricci and Elena Luzzatto. A Talk by Prof. Consuelo Lollobrigida

11/12/22, 10:30am - 12:15pm
THE ATHENÆUM OF PHILADELPHIA
Join us for a presentation about the history of women artists in modern times and their importance in architecture.

BQE: Why Can’t We: Case Studies of Highway Removal Projects in US and South Korea

11/10/22, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Block House, Governors Island
The IPA’s second Public Panel of our Fall Fellowship, “BQE: Why Can’t We”, examines case studies of highways that have been or will be removed, deck-over, or transformed into community...

BQE: Why Can’t We?

11/10/22, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
The Block House
Come out to Governors Island on Thursday, November 10, 6:30-8:30PM for the second of three public panels held at the Block House, part of the Institute for Public Architecture (IPA)’s...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

11/10/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Wood Flooring Grades on November 10, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned flooring...

Wast(ED): Living with Trash

Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility by Selldorf Architects.
11/8/22, 4pm - 8pm
SOM's office at 7 World Trade on the 27th floor and Zoom
Please join the AIANY Committee on the Environment, Pratt's Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) program, NJIT’s Hillier College of Architecture and Design, and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) for...

2022 T.R. Higgins Lecture-Dr. Amit Kanvinde Presents Column Base Connections

11/7/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
Column base connections are arguably the most important connections in steel buildings, transferring loads from the entire structure into the foundation. At the interface of steel and concrete, these connections...

Sustainable and Functional Design – Building For Today and Tomorrow

11/7/22, 5:30pm - 8pm
Brickworks NYC Design Studio
Brickworks events are open to architectural, design, and building industry professionals only. Brick Beyond Style The panel will define the various certifications parameters of LEED, Fitwel, ILFI Zero, and BREEAM....

2022 Deans’ Roundtable: Historically Black Colleges and Universities

11/4/22, 6pm - 8pm
Zoom
As the largest chapter of the AIA, with a broad base of members from small, medium and large firms, AIA New York is committed to creating meaningful relationships with architecture...

Investing in Health: A New Frontier of Health and Housing Partnerships

11/3/22, 9am - 10:45am
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Auditorium
On Thursday, November 3, 2022, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will host an in-person event centered on investments in affordable housing by healthcare systems and health insurers. Speakers...

Celebrate My Architect with Acuity Brands

11/3/22, 6:30pm - 10pm
The Experience Center by Acuity Academy
6:30pm: Doors open—get ready with hors-d’oeuvres and drinks! 7:15pm: Pre-screening remarks with Nathaniel Kahn, film director 7:30pm: Exclusive screening of My Architect: A Son’s Journey. This documentary film about the...

The Mycelium House: Material Exploration for a Zero-Carbon Tiny Home (Session A)

Mycelium House
11/3/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
The Mycelium House is a series of design workshops exploring the possibility of using mycelium, the thread-like structures (hyphae) in fungi, as a residential building material in combination with other...

Lecture with Architect Bryan Young, YOUNG PROJECTS

DOM Interiors
The lecture presentation will be an inside look into the cutting-edge research and work of Young Projects, founded by Bryan Young, where materiality, structure, and form intersect to generate new...

Mentoring Seminar with Speakers Talisha Sainvil and Kerry Nolan

11/3/22, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Virtual
Talisha Sainvil, Principal of 40 Six Four Architecture, will speak about Defining Professional Behavior and making space in architecture for all. Kerry Nolan, Senior Associate at Beyer Blinder Belle Architects...

CEU Night & Designer Discussion

11/3/22, 5pm - 7pm
AFNY
Please join us at New York’s architectural showroom for a catered event including gourmet Italian food & fine wine while experiencing the journey of finding comfort in the home through...

Reflections on the Limits of Architecture: Critical Regionalism Revisited

11/3/22, 6:30pm - 12:00am
The New School, Parsons School of Design, Tishman Environment and Design Center
Kenneth Frampton is an architect, critic, historian, and previously Ware Professor of Architecture at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University (1972-2021). His most important works...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

11/3/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks on November 3, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s...

AIANY Women in Architecture Professional Practice Series: Path to Principal

Drawing of a woman professional entering a staircase to join a meeting of men.
11/2/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The percentage of women in top jobs at the biggest architecture firms has doubled over the past five years, but women still only occupy one out of five key roles....

Hiring and Quality of Life: The Best Techniques of Successful Practices

11/2/22, 8am - 10:30am
Center for Architecture
Join the Society for Design Administration New York Chapter (SDA New York) for an in-person panel discussion about how four forward-thinking firms have handled the evolving recruiting and employee engagement landscape....

Sandy+10: Resilient Future

ROW Rendering
11/1/22, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Ten years after Hurricane Sandy, New York City and the greater region are slowly increasing their resliency to coastal storms and their impacts. However, as we’ve learned in the years...

Buried Beneath the City: An Archaeological History of New York

11/1/22, 6pm - 7pm
The Skyscraper Museum
Bits and pieces of the lives led long before the age of skyscrapers are scattered throughout New York City, found in backyards, construction sites, street beds, and parks. Indigenous tools...

Emerging Practices: Hong Kong and New York

Illustration of JUST-ARCH Landscape Mono
10/28/22, 8am - 9:30am
Center for Architecture and Zoom
A select group of emerging professionals from New York City and Hong Kong will discuss their architectural practices. The practices all share in common that they actively seek to redefine...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

10/27/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job on October 27, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

Book Talk: The Women Who Changed Architecture

Book cover for The Women Who Changed Architecture
10/26/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Please join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for a conversation with three accomplished architects featured in The Women Who Changed Architecture (Princeton Architectural Press, 2022). This publication is a visual...

Brooklyn Bridge Rehabilitation Program – Design and Preservation

10/26/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Brooklyn Bridge is a National Historic Landmark and a New York City Landmark that has been in use for almost 140 years. This presentation discusses the engineering challenges and...

Affordable Housing for Seniors: Challenges and Opportunities for Service-Enriched Properties in the Second District

10/26/22, 2:30pm - 5pm
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Benjamin Strong Conference Room (10th floor)
On Wednesday, October 26, 2022, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will host an in-person event centered on the need for affordable housing that includes services for low- and...

Michael Boyd: Millennium Modern

The exterior of Shed House in Malibu showing the modernist structure and its swimming pool at dusk
10/25/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Michael Boyd lives by Le Corbusier's mantra: “To be modern is not a fashion, it is a state. It is necessary to understand history, and he who understands history knows...

Defining the Evolving Professional Standard of Care

10/25/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The professional standard of care is not static but fluid. This course will explain what the standard of care is at a base level and how it is legally determined;...

Mass Timber Construction: Sara Cultural Center

6 DJI 0893 2 Edit Visit Skellefteå
10/24/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Mass timber has emerged as one of the most sustainable solutions for building structures and research on engineered timber has unleashed a world of previously unimagined design possibilities. The newly...

J. Max Bond Jr. Lecture | Answering a Call to Action

10/20/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the New York Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (nycoba | NOMA), the J. Max Bond Center of City University of New York, and the AIANY Diversity...

Vision Zero Cities: Safe Streets Save Lives

Logo for Vision Zero Cities: Safe Streets Save Lives
10/20/22, 8am - 4:30pm
Center for Architecture
Vision Zero is not just a policy goal—it’s an imperative. From October 19–21, Vision Zero Cities will bring together leading industry and policy experts, advocates, and elected officials. Explore the...

Introduction to Passive House Trades

10/20/22, 1pm - 5pm
Online
The Introduction to Passive House Trades will broadly cover the following topics: Passive House basics, review typical construction types, windows and installation, air barriers and insulation and new, innovative PH...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

10/20/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses: Designing with Wood Floors + From the Forest to the Floor on October 20, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online. Joe...

Transforming Tragedy: From Pulse Nightclub to onePULSE Foundation

10/19/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join Build Out Alliance and onePULSE Foundation, hosted by the Center for Architecture, to hear the compelling story of Pulse Nightclub and the creation of onePULSE Foundation, aiming to honor...

Philip Johnson & the Glass House

10/19/22, 6pm - 12:00am
The National Arts Club
Join the National Arts Club for a lecture examining one of the nation’s most innovative architectural environments, The Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. This former home of architect Philip...

New York Art Deco: Birds, Beasts & Blooms

10/18/22, 6pm - 7pm
The Skyscraper Museum
New York City, arguably the world’s Art Deco capital, is well known for its iconic towers. In a new book, New York Art Deco: Birds, Beasts & Blooms, photographer Andrew...

Women in the Allied Professions Panel | NYU 181 Mercer: Facade Design Technology

The facade for 181 Mercer showcasing its dynamic windows popping in and out of the building
10/17/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
How does an innovative, state-of-the-art university complex get executed? Join the AIANY Women in Architecture Committee for an engaging panel discussion on NYU’s 181 Mercer Street. Learn from the women-led...

The Landscapes of Dieter Kienast by Anette Freytag

10/17/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
On the occasion of Archtober, New York City's Architecture and Design Month, the Department of Landscape Architecture at Rutgers University, the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York and the...

Community Schools Workshop

Image of a class in the Community Garden at Watkins Elementary School
10/14/22, 9am - 11am
Center for Architecture
How can a school’s design and programming enhance learning, resiliency, and wellness not only for students and teachers but the community as a whole? Join the AIANY Education Committee for...

Book Talk: Builders, Housewives and the Construction of Modern Athens

Book cover with title overlaid on an image of the densely packed grid of Athens
10/13/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
To celebrate the third edition of Ioanna Theocharopoulou’s book Builders, Housewives and the Construction of Modern Athens (Onassis, 2022), the Onassis Foundation is hosting a wide-ranging discussion about the relevance of...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

10/13/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on October 13, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned...

Introduction to the Passive House Standard

10/13/22, 1pm - 5pm
Live online
Passive House goals and methodology change the way architects and builders think and work, making the architectural design itself a driver of climate, health, and social solutions. This is a...

History of Existing Party Walls and New Construction

Image of Brownstones depicting Paty Walls
10/12/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
For over 2,000 years party walls have offered common solutions for residential construction in cities. In New York City, these empirically designed walls multiplied in the 1800s especially as a...

Book Club – Supertall: How The World’s Tallest Buildings are Reshaping Our Cities and Our Lives

10/8/22, 6:30pm - 7:45pm
The Concrete Jungle
Join us for a book club discussion of “Supertall: How the World’s Tallest Buildings are Reshaping Our Cities and Our Lives” by architect Stefan Al which was published earlier this...

16th Annual Arthur M. Rosenblatt Lecture: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Moritzburg Museum Halle exterior from a slightly aerial perspective
10/6/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The Arthur M. Rosenblatt Memorial Lecture on Museum Design is a signature event organized each year by the AIANY Cultural Facilities Committee. This year, the committee is honored to host...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

10/6/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring on October 6, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned flooring...

Designing Schools in the Post-COVID World

Image of A class at the Spence School
10/4/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The global COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented disruption to schools and education, not only in New York City but around the world. Join the AIANY Architecture for Education Committee for a...

Designing Camelot

9/29/22, 6pm - 8pm
New York School of Interior Design
Join the New York School of Interior Design on September 29th at 6pm for a richly illustrated talk “Designing Camelot: Jacqueline Kennedy and the Restoration and Redefinition of America’s White...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

9/29/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned flooring inspectors, covering how you and your firm can avoid wood flooring failures and costly lawsuits when specifying wood flooring systems. Stay...

Architecture and Design Film Festival

9/28/22, 6pm - Sunday, 10/2, 9pm
Cinepolis Chelsea
The Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) returns to New York for its 14th edition this fall. From September 28 to October 2, ADFF:NY will showcase a diverse range of...

LEED Convene and Connect: NYC

9/28/22, 11am - 2pm
Center for Architecture
Join U.S. Green Building Council President and CEO, Peter Templeton, USGBC organizational and community leaders and LEED technical staff including Melissa Baker, senior vice president of LEED, for the next...

MENY Wimmer Memorial Lecture

9/28/22, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
No registration required. The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York (MENY) is proud to announce its prestigious annual Wimmer Memorial Lecture featuring distinguished speaker Jamie Torres-Springer, President MTA...

CONNECT: A Lecture by Li Hu and Huang Wenjing, OPEN Architecture

Image of Dune Art Museum
9/27/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Li Hu and Huang Wenjing will present recent public and cultural projects by the New York City- and Beijing-based design practice OPEN Architecture, including those included in the new book Reinventing...

A Rising Tide: Learning from Leading Asian and Pacific Islander Designers

9/23/22, 6pm - 8pm
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)
Please join us for our first event, A Rising Tide: Learning from Leading Asian and Pacific Islander Designers, at 6pm EST/3pm PST on Friday, September 23. The event begins with...

World Premiere Screening of ‘And The Worlds That Surround’ with Live Score

9/23/22, 7pm - 9pm
Fotografiska
For American architect and filmmaker Eric Franklin Romeo, better understanding the nuances of the environments that surround us has always served as a primer to designing within it. Over the...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

9/22/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: How Cut Affects Appearances of Wood Flooring on September 29, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the...

Segregation by Design

9/21/22, 6pm - 7pm
Virtual
Using colorized and remastered historic photography, Segregation By Design documents the intentional destruction of communities of color due to the federal policies of redlining, “urban renewal,” and freeway construction. Through...

Electric Vehicles Race to Market – Will Building Codes Catch Up

9/21/22, 9am - 10am
Virtual
As electric vehicles (EV) are racing to the market there is a parallel race to build the necessary battery charging infrastructure.  Through this paradigm shift away from the internal combustion...

Stories from Arquitina: Elevating Latinas in Architecture

Image of book cover Latinas in Architecture
9/20/22, 5pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
As we strive for a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive architecture profession, we seek to elevate those that have been largely left out conversations on racial equity. Arquitina, an organization...

MWA Seminar: Work in Progress | Women in Practice: Community & Collaborative

9/20/22, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Online
Founding members of feminist design collective, WIP Collaborative, will share their personal paths, how they work together on research and design projects, and speak about bringing a community of women...

James Wines: Re-Thinking it All

Pietro Rossini: Fondazione Pietro Rossini Pavilion
9/15/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the Center for Architecture for a lecture by James Wines, President of SITE NY, as he explores the messages communicated, impact on the natural environment, and cost implications of buildings...
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Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

9/15/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two-credit course: Beauty is More Than Skin Deep – Maintaining & Refinishing Wood Floors + Wood Flooring Species on September 15, 2022...

Passive House Retrofits: Part 1

9/13/22, 1pm - 5pm
Online
Passive House standards are not just for new construction. Existing structures can benefit from upgrading airtightness, insulation, reducing thermal bridging, upgrading to high performance doors and windows, and adding energy...

How ESG is Driving Green Building

9/13/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) values are increasingly shaping the building industry. Investors are eager to bet on companies and products that integrate them, and they want to see a...

Delivering the Goods: NYC Urban Freight in the Age of E-Commerce

Promotional event graphic for Transportation and Infrstructure event
9/12/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Webinar
When do you want your delivery? The next day? The same day? In a few hours? In recent years shifts in expectations and consumption have led to a surge in...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

9/8/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood on September 8, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one...

Exactitude: On Precision and Play in Contemporary Architecture

Mizuta Museum of Art, ramped engawa. Courtesy studioSUMO. Photo: Daici Ano.
9/7/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a book talk for Exactitude: On Precision and Play in Contemporary Architecture (University of Massachusetts Press, 2022).  Precision is necessary in the field of architecture. New technologies have increased...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

9/1/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 on September 1, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the...

Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability (CCES)

9/1/22, 9am - Saturday, 9/3, 5pm
Climate change is any change in the temperature or water levels that affects Earth for a long period of time. Humans today are experiencing rapid and unexpected changes in temperature...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

8/25/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Wood Flooring in Commercial Spaces on August 25, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most...

Crushing the Code NYS: Commercial

8/24/22, 9am - 5pm
Virtual
Crushing the Code New York State: Commercial is an online course that prepares building and design professionals in New York State to comply with the many requirements in the 2020...

Huggins Wood Flooring Specalist: CEU Webinar Series

8/18/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses: Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks + Wood Flooring Grades  on August 18, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online. Joe Avila,...

Crushing the Code NYC: Commercial

8/17/22, 9am - 5pm
Virtual
Crushing the Code New York City: Commercial is an online course that prepares design and building professionals to comply with the many requirements in the 2020 NYCECC and create more...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

8/11/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Specifying the Right Wood Floors for the Job on August 11, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

The Mycelium Project: Building House Parts with Fungi

8/10/22, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Webinar
In 2021, the AIANY Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) hosted a three-part workshop to explore the potential of mycelium, the thread-like structures (hyphae) in fungi, as an innovative and sustainable...

Decolonizing Suburbia

Installation view with five people standing and reading exhibition content behind an orange seat with an orange trellis installed above them
8/4/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the Decolonizing Suburbia team as they present on their project for the Center for Architecture's exhibition, Reset: Towards a New Commons. Decolonizing Suburbia is informed by an interest in the...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

8/4/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: From the Forest to the Floor on August 4, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

7/28/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Designing with Wood Floors on July 28, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned...

Re:Play: Reclaiming the Commons Through Play

Installation view with two screens on the left wall and 3D printed models on white square bases on the right
7/28/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the Re:Play team as they present on their project for the Reset: Towards a New Commons exhibition. In Re:Play, young residents of three New York City Housing Authority campuses...

Sensory Space: Design for Neurodiversity

Rendering of a cross section of a building
7/21/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The design of interiors affects everything we do. This interactive, in-person program asks: How do we feel in an interior and why do we feel that way? What elements make...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

7/21/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring + Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on July 21, 2022 between 1PM-2:30PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

The Infrastructure Bill: In Conversation with Polly Trottenberg

The Infrastructure Bill: In Conversation with Polly Trottenberg
7/19/22, 11:30am - 12:30pm
Zoom
In November 2021, the US Congress passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), creating the most ambitious federal transportation and infrastructure program in a decade, with major funding streams directed to...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

7/14/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring + Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on July 14, 2022 between 1PM-2:00PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

Building for the Youngest New Yorkers: NYC SCA’s Pre-K/3-K Programs

The interior of a classroom
7/13/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join the AIANY Architecture for Education Committee for a lively roundtable discussing the design, programming, construction, and management of New York City’s Universal 3-K and Pre-K programs, spaces that needed...

Aging Against the Machine

Long angled shelf with architectural models and images installed on it
7/11/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
To mark the current Center for Architecture exhibition, Reset: Towards a New Commons, members of the interdisciplinary design team for the project Aging Against the Machine will present diverse interventions...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

7/7/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring + Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on July 7, 2022 between 1PM-2:00PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

The City Is [Not] A Tree: The Urban Ecologies of Divided Cities

7/2/22, 9am - 5pm
Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
The City Is [Not] A Tree: The Urban Ecologies of Divided Cities is an international collaboration, with associates principally from Europe and Africa, and open to collaboration with contributors from...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

6/30/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring + Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on June 30, 2022 between 1PM-2:00PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

IndiaNOW: Architecture in the Contemporary Landscape

Aerial photo of Balaji Temple AKA Temple of Steps showing two black stone stepped structures located on a pond
6/28/22, 9am - 12:30pm
Webinar
This program will run from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM EDT and in India from 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM IST. See the full program PDF here. The post-Independence project...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

6/23/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring + Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on June 23, 2022 between 1PM-2:00PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

Equity in Electrification: Electrification of Affordable Housing

Dattner project rendering
6/22/22, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture and Webinar
The passage of Local Law 154 means that design professionals in New York City will be tasked with providing effective solutions for electrifying buildings. With this push towards a more...

Studio Tour and Presentation: Brickworks Design Studio

Interior photo of white stone gallery space
6/22/22, 6pm - 8pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Join the AIANY Interiors Committee and the Retail Design Institute New York Chapter as they host presentations on the brand, design, and construction of the recently opened Brickworks Design Studio....

Outward Looking: Cornell Tech and the Moon Village

6/21/22, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
Cornell Tech is a new applied sciences university on Roosevelt Island that inverts the traditional, insular campus into an outward-looking and inviting place. In collaboration with James Corner Field Operations,...

Learning Series: How to Build the Impossible [New York]

6/21/22, 12pm - 1pm
Brickworks Design Studio
Lunch will be provided. Our events are open to architectural, design, and building industry professionals only. How to Build the Impossible: A case study on the Dr. Chau Chak Wing...

Public Housing, Practice, and Design: New York + London

Logo for Public Housing Practice + Design program
6/17/22, 9am - 1pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Amid the current housing and affordability crisis, there is a clear need for city governments to take an expanded role in promoting the practice of good design in the provision...

2022 AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Awards Winners’ Event

Logo for AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards
6/16/22, 6pm - 7:30pm
Webinar
Join the AIANY Transportation and Infrastructure Committee as they announce the 2022 winners of the AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards.  The AIANY + ASLANY Transportation +...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

6/16/22, 1pm - 2:30pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit courses: Back to Basics – Wood Flooring 101 + It’s Not Easy Being Green – Sustainability of Wood on June...

Book Talk: Climate Change and the Built Environment

Image of offshore windmill park with stormy clouds and a blue sky, windmill park in the Netherlands
6/14/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Climate change can have enormous impacts on our nation’s public infrastructure. Insurance companies, government agencies, and regulatory entities are continuously reevaluating the risks inherent in the range of situations that...

Fellows Workshop 2022

A closeup photo of the AIA College of Fellows medals
6/10/22, 8:30am - 10:30am
Center for Architecture & Webinar
The Fellows Workshop provides section-by-section guidance about the schedule, contents, and formatting requirements for an FAIA submission to the AIA National Jury. Members of the AIANY Fellows Committee will lead...

Interiors Speed Presentations: Edition 13

Northeast Bronx YMCA
6/9/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for the 13th edition of the AIANY Interiors Committee’s Speed Presentations. In alignment with 2022 AIANY President Andrea Lamberti’s theme, Just Practice, the theme of this year’s edition is...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

6/9/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our two credit course: Engineered Wood Flooring + Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on June 9, 2022 between 1PM-2:00PM online. Joe Avila, one of...

Building Socially Sustainable Communities: Bridging the Divide at Essex Crossing

Essex Crossing at Broom Street
6/8/22, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Every community should have an opportunity to develop a collective vision to shape its future. Often, the process of urban redevelopment can be polarizing, with community stakeholders and private developers entrenched...

Design, Incorporated – Reinventing Contemporary Practice and Workplace Culture

6/8/22, 8pm - 10pm
Zoom
Don’t miss this important and timely panel discussion about managing a profitable, purposeful, and diverse architecture and design firm. Speakers (pictured below) will highlight successful approaches to ensure a healthy,...
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Oculus at Large: Inside Urban Housing

6/7/22, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Glen-Gery Brickworks Design Studio
As cities grow, we hear a lot about urban-scale plans for developing greener, healthier neighborhoods. But how do we think about healthy housing at the scale of individual dwellings, and...

Independent Aging in Asian Cities

Seniors on a Basketball Court.
6/7/22, 7pm - 9pm
Center for Architecture and Zoom
Often in the American imagination, Asian societies are better places to grow old. This event investigates that premise with panelists who specialize in issues of the elderly in three major...

The Ford Foundation – Gensler

6/6/22, 6pm - 7pm
Virtual Event
Completed by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates in 1968, the Ford Foundation building was hailed as an architectural icon. A non-profit organization established in 1936, it partnered with Gensler...

Introduction to Passive House Trades

6/6/22, 1pm - 5pm
Online
The Introduction to Passive House Trades will broadly cover the following topics: Passive House basics, review typical construction types, windows and installation, air barriers and insulation and new, innovative PH...

Morning Leadership Talk: Elaine Molinar, AIA

Headshot of Elaine Molinar
6/3/22, 8am - 9am
Center for Architecture
The work from Snøhetta strives to enhance our sense of surroundings, identity, and relationship to others and the physical spaces we inhabit. Museums, products, reindeer observatories, graphics, landscapes, and dollhouses...

Designing Energy Efficient Buildings with cove.tool

Headshot of Nilesh Bansal
6/2/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Webinar
Designing day-lit, glare free, energy-efficient buildings under budget-shifting energy codes is challenging architects with a wide array of parameters to balance like energy, cost, daylight, views, and embodied carbon. Meanwhile,...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

6/2/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Wood Flooring Grades on June 2, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned flooring...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

5/26/22, 1pm - 2pm
Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Wood Flooring Trends-Wide & Long Planks on May 26, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s...

Planning for Waste Management: DSNY’s New Rule for Residential Buildings

A waste management facility
5/20/22, 1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Watch the CEU accredited course here. How much space will your building’s trash and recycling take up on the sidewalk? New residential buildings over 150 units now need to submit...

Open Restaurants Innovation: 3 Teams Share Findings

Pro Thai's outdoor dining structure designed by Soluri Architecture.
5/20/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
This public event, which marks the official end of the Open Restaurants Innovation program, will feature presentations by three teams who have been working directly with multiple stakeholders, including restaurateurs,...

2022 Gil Oberfield Lecture: LTL Architects

Interior office of LTL Architects.
5/19/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
The annual Gil Oberfield Memorial Lecture was founded in honor of Gil Oberfield, AIA, former member and chair of the AIANY Interiors Committee. The lecture brings to the podium speakers...

The Infrastructure Bill: What Are the Regional Priorities?

The Infrastructure Bill: What Are the Regional Priorities?
5/18/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
The federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is poised to unlock an historic level of funding for a vast array of infrastructure projects. This program will feature discussions with representatives from the...

The Destruction of Memory: Film Showing & Discussion

Image of a scene in Film Distruction of Memory
5/18/22, 5:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture and Webinar
Join the AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee for a screening of The Destruction of Memory: The War Against Culture and the Battle to Save It. “Over the past...

Insider Tour: Weeksville Heritage Center (Late Tour)

The exterior of the Weeksville houses with a green lawn in foreground
5/17/22, 3pm - 5pm
Weeksville Heritage Center
Join the AIANY Historic Buildings Committee for a special in-depth tour of the Weeksville Heritage Center. In addition to learning about the important history of the site and touring the historic...
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Insider Tour: Weeksville Heritage Center (Early Tour)

The exterior of the Weeksville houses with a green lawn in foreground
5/17/22, 2pm - 4pm
Weeksville Heritage Center
Join the AIANY Historic Buildings Committee for a special in-depth tour of the Weeksville Heritage Center. In addition to learning about the important history of the site and touring the historic...

NYC’s Housing Crisis

NYC's Housing Crisis conference logo
5/13/22, 8am - 1pm
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library, 455 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016
Lost in the shadow of competing issues of economics, climate, racial equity, and the pandemic affecting New York City is a new chapter in the housing crisis, evidenced by multiple...
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China Dialogues

Several people walking through a passageway with a roof made of a complex web of wood beam
5/10/22, 6pm - 7:30pm
Center for Architecture
China Dialogues (ORO Editions & Tongji University Press, 2022) is an anthology of 21 insightful conversations selected by Vladimir Belogolovsky from his archive of interviews conducted with leading Chinese architects...

Carlo Mollino: Architect and Storyteller

A dramatic multi-level interior with a sculptural ceiling, wood paneling, and suspended walkways and staircases criss crossing the image
5/9/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a conversation about the newly published book, Carlo Mollino: Architect and Storyteller (Park Books, 2021), by co-authors Napoleone Ferrari and Michelangelo Sabatino. Italian architect and designer Carlo...
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NYLON #20: Activating Streets

5/5/22, 9am - 10:30am
Webinar
Over the past two years, the COVID crisis has revealed new usages of the public realm and more particularly streets. With the closure of restaurants, stores, cultural venues, the streets...

Huggins Wood Floor Specialist: CEU Webinar Series

Online
Please join Huggins Wood Floor Specialist for our one credit course: Specifying Commercial Wood Floors on May 5, 2022 between 1PM-2PM online. Joe Avila, one of the world’s most renowned...

Mentorship for Women in Architecture: Mentoring Seminar Series for Women Entering the Profession of Architecture

5/5/22, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Hosted Virtually
Join us for a discussion led by Arthi Krishnamoorthy, AIA, LEED AP, Partner at Deborah Berke Partners and Suzanne Musho, AIA, NCARB, Chief Architect & Vice President of Real Estate...

The Impact of NFTs on Architecture & Design

5/4/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
By now you’ve likely heard about NFTs: the $23+ billion cryptographic industry that has exploded in recent years. Christies sold an NFT of digital artwork for $69 million. An NFT...

The Project of Independence: A Conversation with Raj Rewal

a large scale grid structure with two figures standing in the foreground.
5/4/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Following the end of British rule in 1947/48, architects in the territories of today’s India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka embraced the language of modernism as a means of proclaiming...

Black Neighborhoods Matter

5/4/22, 7:30pm - 9pm
“Black Neighborhoods Matter” is a collaboration between the graduate level Right to Shelter housing seminar at Parsons and four national experts in grassroots community renewal. The experts span four generations...

The Architecture of Mental Health

5/3/22, 6pm - 7pm
Webinar
This educational session will provide an overview of the history and current state of mental health facilities design, aloong with an exploration of future challenges to creating safety and security in...

The City is [Not] a Tree: the Urban Ecologies of Divided Cities

5/2/22, 9am - 5pm
Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
THE CITY IS [NOT] A TREE: THE URBAN ECOLOGIES OF DIVIDED CITIES is an international collaboration, with associates principally from Europe and Africa, and open to collaboration with contributors from...

Circular City Week

5/2/22, 9am - Tuesday, 3/8, 9pm
Various locations
Circular City Week, the biggest circular economy festival in the US, is an open and collaborative festival for circular economy related events. For the fourth time, Circular City Week will...

Brickworks Speaker Series: Brick – Beyond Style with Grant F. Marani

4/28/22, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Brickworks Design Studio
On Thursday, April 28, at 6:00 PM ET, join RAMSA Partner Grant F. Marani for a lecture hosted by Brickworks, where he will discuss brickwork traditions that have influenced his...

An Architectural Look at the Famed Waldorf Astoria

4/25/22, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
When the Waldorf Astoria opened its doors on Park Avenue in 1931, the new building became an instant New York City icon. The world’s first skyscraper hotel has been home...

Brickworks New York Design Studio

4/23/22, 12pm - 1pm
Brickworks New York Design Studio
One important reason for brick’s popularity is its ability to adapt to design criteria. It can be shaped and used in a wide variety of traditional and contemporary detailing: Such...

Robert A.M. Stern’s Journey in Architecture: A Conversation with Barry Bergdoll

Robert Stern's autobiography sits on a table with a martini glass.
4/22/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Robert A.M. Stern’s newly published autobiography, Between Memory and Invention: My Journey in Architecture (Monacelli, 2022), surveys his life and seismic role in the field of architecture from the 1960s to the...

Designing Urban Agriculture Part III: Emerging Models and New Directions

A girl learning about Urban Farming in a community garden.
4/20/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Zoom
The third in a three-part lecture series on urban agriculture, this program explores best practices, emerging models, and new directions for urban agriculture. Our first panel asked, “Why now?” Our...

Deborah Berke: Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen

Portrait of Deborah Berke
4/19/22, 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 they...

Introduction to the Passive House Standard

4/14/22, 1pm - 5pm
Live online
Passive House goals and methodology change the way architects and builders think and work, making the architectural design itself a driver of climate, health, and social solutions. This is a...

Introduction to the Passive House Standard

4/14/22, 1pm - 5pm
Live online
Passive House goals and methodology change the way architects and builders think and work, making the architectural design itself a driver of climate, health, and social solutions. This is a...

Innovation Briefing: What LEED V4.1 Commissioning Means to You

4/13/22, 9am - 10am
Virtual
With facilities becoming more technically advanced, the pressure put on a building’s mechanical, electrical, life safety and networked systems to perform at high levels has increased demand for advanced commissioning...

Women in Architecture Career Day: Building the Future Pipeline

4/7/22, 6pm - 7:30pm
Webinar
The AIANY Women in Architecture Committee, in collaboration with the ACE Greater New York and the NYC Department of Education’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs, is offering a virtual...

Buildings of Excellence Round 3 Announcement

NYSERDA Buildings Of Excellence Round 3 Announcement
4/7/22, 11am - 12pm
Zoom
Please join NYSERDA and Passive House Accelerator virtually for an exciting announcement on Buildings of Excellence, NYSERDA’s $40 million program to advance resilient, profitable, beautiful and affordable buildings for all...

A Better Place to Live: Walkable Communities, Sustainable Urban Planning, Historic Preservation, Social Equity, and Battery Park City

4/5/22, 6pm - 7:15pm
The National Arts Club
New Urbanism is the cutting-edge urban design canon that is creating better places to live that reduce sprawl and respond to climate change.  A panel of experts will present an...

An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City

4/5/22, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
The Gilded Age, also referred to as the American Renaissance, is an era associated with unparalleled growth, technological advancement, prosperity, and cultural change. Taking a close look at 20 of...

Public Space Research and Design: Tracing Gender and Sexuality Inequalities

A rainbow colored street crossing by Tayla Kohler.
4/5/22, 5pm - 6:30pm
Zoom
Societal attitudes toward public spaces have long been plagued by binary thinking: is this space good or bad, safe or seedy, masculine or feminine? These reductionist framings often create inequalities,...

Architecture Unbound: Alternative History of Alternative Architecture

4/4/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Anthony Vidler, Gwendolyn Wright, and Thomas Leeser will join author Joseph Giovannini for a discussion of his recent volume on contemporary architectural history, Architecture Unbound: A Century of the Disruptive...

Sunnyside Gardens: Planning and Preservation in a Historic Garden Suburb

This is an image on the cover of the Sunnyside Gardens: Preservation & Planning in a Historic Garden Suburb book.
3/31/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Sunnyside Gardens was one of the early 20th century’s most acclaimed experiments in affordable housing in New York. Based on their recent book, Sunnyside Gardens: Planning and Preservation in a...

Architects, Born Jewish in the 19th Century

3/30/22, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
The National Arts Club
The National Arts Club presents a closer look at the Jewish architects who have contributed to buildings in the U.S. From Ely Jacques Kahn and Joseph Urban to Rudolph Schindler,...

The Infrastructure Bill: What Are Some of the Key Components?

Decorative graphic for The Infrastructure Bill event 1
3/30/22, 12pm - 1:30pm
Webinar
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, signed into law by President Biden on November 15th, 2021, contains $1.2 trillion in total spending on a vast array of different infrastructure projects,...

Film Screening – Another Kind of Knowledge: A Portrait of Dorte Mandrup

3/29/22, 7:30pm - 10pm
SVA Theatre
AIANY Women in Architecture is pleased to co-sponsor the Architecture and Design Film Festival’s screening of Another Kind of Knowledge, which focuses on the renowned Danish architect Dorte Mandrup, a...

Book Launch: Formulations by Andrew Witt

The cover of Andrew Witt's book Formulations
3/26/22, 12pm - 2pm
Center for Architecture
Join author Andrew Witt to launch his new Writing Architecture Series book, Formulations, an examination of the intersections between architecture and mathematics and of architecture’s encounters with calculational systems. In...

Cocktails & Conversation: Moshe Safdie, FAIA, with Donald Albrecht

Interior photo of Jewel Changi Airport showcasing an indoor rainforest with a large waterfall in the center
3/25/22, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
*Ticket price includes the evening’s custom-crafted cocktail. Cocktails & Conversation is a series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss...
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2022 New Fellows Celebration

This is an image of Happy Hour: Honoring the 2021 Women Fellows medals
3/24/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Each year, the American Institute of Architects elevates selected candidates to its prestigious AIA College of Fellows. Advancement is granted for significant achievements in design, preservation, education, literature, and service....

An Evening with Jane Greenwood: Life & Career as an Out, Gay Woman

3/24/22, 6pm - 8pm
Thornton Tomasetti or via Google Meet
Join Build Out Alliance for an evening with with Jane Greenwood as she speaks about her career, experiences, and what it means to be an out, gay woman in the...

Ennead Architects: How Civic Architecture Can Inspire Change (With Molly McGowan and Thomas Wong)

3/24/22, 4pm - 5pm
Go to Webinar
Join us for Best Practice, a virtual fireside chat series dedicated to practice operations at architecture firms and beyond. From pain points to potential, hear how leaders in the architecture...

Re-Generation: Design and New Technologies for a Sustainable Future

Promotional graphic for Italian Design Day 2022 with the logo and text "Regeneration" and date "Webnesday March 23, 10AM EST (3pm Italian Time)
3/23/22, 10am - 12pm
Zoom
Italian Design is a distinctive element of the “Italy Brand” and contributor of innovative technologies for a sustainable future. Join Italian Design Day to learn about the trends and determinants...

Learning Series: Adding Interest with Brick Shapes

3/23/22, 12pm - 1pm
Brickworks Design Studio NYC
One important reason for brick’s popularity is its ability to adapt to design criteria. It can be shaped and used in a wide variety of traditional and contemporary detailing: Such...

The Great Reawakening: Is It a Launch Point or a Need for Change

3/23/22, 5pm - 6:30pm
Virtual
Where has the talent gone? Our upcoming panel discussion will explore the motivations of employees who are changing jobs, career paths, and even industries—what some are calling a reawakening—and what...

Exploring Community Engagement with Hester Street: Building Community Control

This is an image of a group of people having a discussion
3/17/22, 1pm - 2pm
Webinar
Community control is a development strategy used by residents and nonprofit organizations to retain and grow community wealth, increase resilience, preserve community space and culture, build local power, and uplift...

One Vanderbilt by James von Klemperer of KPF

3/17/22, 6pm - 7pm
Virtual
One Vanderbilt, Midtown’s newest and tallest office tower, is linked at grade and underground to Grand Central Terminal in New York City. The facade of this 93-story tower is intended...

Yung Ho Chang: Building Issues

China Academy of Art Liangzhu Campus in Hangzhou by FCJZ
3/15/22, 6pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
Join us for a lecture by Yung Ho Chang, where the architect will discuss building issues in architecture, such as form, space, and tectonics, as well as issues beyond the...