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U. of Kansas’ Earth, Energy + Environment Center, Clad in Terracotta + Native Limestone, Bridges Natural History + Cutting-Edge Design

New Center for Earth, Energy + Environmental Departments ‘Puts Learning on Display’ with Materials that Reflect Areas of Study University of Kansas’s new Earth, Energy and Environment Center (EEEC) features a “rigorous design that follows its internal dialogue,” writes one…
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Emerging New York Architects Close Out Archtober With Festive Firm Crawl

New York firms treated ENYA members to after-hours tours during a Halloween Firm Crawl By Jake Frisbie, Edited by Zoë Zellers More than a trick, members of AIA New York’s Emerging New York Architects committee were in for a treat….
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Crowds gathered for the announcement of the ENYA ARE Scholarship supported by Hunter Douglas Architectural

Pursuing Licensure is Challenging, But the 2018 AIANY ENYA ARE Scholarship is Here to Help

HD Architectural Supports Scholarship Recognizing EP’s Contributions to AIA NY + Push to Get Peers On Path Towards Licensure As emerging architects balance their early careers with the bustle of the busy Manhattan circuit, not to mention its high cost…
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All year-round, spirits flock to the town known for its legendary 1692 witch trials, but around Halloween, Salem couldn't be busier

Take a Tour of Spellbound Salem, Massachusetts: Witch City’s Must-See Moments

The boo business is big business in Salem, where visitors are drawn to haunted sites + architecture from 17th century colonials to 20th century libraries Zoë Zellers A trip to spellbound Salem, Massachusetts takes on a witchy theme any time…
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“One Gesture Can Really Help,” says David Rockwell on Broadway-themed Picnic By Design auction for DIFFA’s fight against AIDS

On Wednesdays, we wear pink with a Mean Girls-themed locker full of glamorous goodies for auction at DIFFA’s Picnic By Design Zoë Zellers A cast of twenty-three New York designers took a turn towards the theatrical this fall, all in the...
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Designers’ Broadway-themed picnic baskets raise $57K in auction for DIFFA’s fight against AIDS

Cast of New York designers takes a turn towards the theatrical in support of design community’s fight against AIDS

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Architects Dig Into Sustainable ‘Curiosities’ in Subscription-Based Box of New Green Design Products

Interiors + Sources’ Curios Box goes green with Hunter Douglas’ GreenScreen® Evolve™ roller shade fabric derived from recycled water bottles Zoë Zellers What does “going green” mean to you? For architects, developers, specifiers, manufacturers and end users, the definition of...
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AIA Day of Service Offers Local + Visiting Architects Meaningful Ways to Experience NYC

AIA NY Partnered with Local Firms + Nonprofits to Organize Volunteers at 6 Sites Throughout NYC Author: Jake Frisbie, Editor: Zoë Zellers With the greater architecture and design community in Manhattan for 2018’s AIA Conference, AIA New York used the final...
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Rain or Shine, Game’s On: Terracotta-Clad Stadium with Retractable Roof Makes Grand Slam Debut at US Open

With a Retractable Roof + Sun-Blocking, Rain-Shielding NBK Terracotta Louvers, Louis Armstrong Stadium is Designed to Enhance Tennis Fans’ Experience Zoë Zellers The newly designed Louis Armstrong Stadium made its grand slam public debut during the well-attended and widely-televised 2018...
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GREC Architects on Chicago’s Design Legacy, From Historic Landmarks to the Ace Hotel

GREC, the firm behind Chicago’s Ace Hotel, Condé Nast-Pitchfork offices + slew of new residential towers, walks us through what’s hot in Windy City Zoë Zellers In Chicago, “there’s new build and a lot of adaptive reuse going on. What...
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