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Hallie Busta / ARCHITECT / October 11, 2013
The Hurricane Sandy recovery is inciting information sharing among the New York architecture community and design teams worldwide, says one of the architects leading the effort.
Illya Azaroff, AIA, is among a growing group of architects actively looking aboard for resilient design strategies to employ at home. The Nebraska native and founder of New York architectural studio +LAB was tapped earlier this year by the AIA’s New York chapter to head the region’s recovery efforts following Hurricane Sandy. Before that, he’d helped found and chair the association’sRead More
William Leddy, FAIA, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects / AIA / September 18, 2013
There should be no separation between sustainability and design excellence in the American Institute of Architects’ Honor Awards, writes William Leddy, FAIA, of Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects and the chair of the AIA Committee on the Environment Advisory Group.
As the premier architecture and urban design awards program in the nation for more than two generations, the AIA Institute Honor Awards have successfully established the standard for design excellence within our profession. As a result, architects rightly regard the Honor Awards as esteemed recognition for hard-earnedRead More
Hallie Busta / ARCHITECT / August 26, 2013
Boston civic and industry leaders outline design strategies for protecting coastal urban centers from severe weather damage.
Rising sea levels and stronger storms have garnered national attention as some of the more visible effects of climate change. Their increasing frequency is testing the mettle of coastal built environments, requiring architects and building owners to think twice about how they’re integrating resilient design practices. A new report for the Boston Society of Architects and the Boston Foundation for Architecture, commissioned by the city of Boston and
Elizabeth Donoff / Architectural Lighting / August 1, 2013
Once again, the projects submitted to the AL Light & Architecture Design Awards did not disappoint. The best of the best, these project represent architectural lighting at the top of its game.
Once again, the projects submitted to the AL Light & Architecture Design Awards did not disappoint. Diversity in project location, design thinking, and technical problem solving characterized the pool of more than 80 international entries. The jury, a group of leading architects and lighting designers (read more about them on page 50), deliberated for two-and-a-half days. The projects
Katie Gerfen / ARCHITECT / August 9, 2013
The competition, organized by the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation, will develop site specific, yet scalable solutions to rebuild and strengthen areas damaged in the October 2012 storm.
Today, efforts to rebuild after the devastation wreaked on the northeast by Hurricane Sandy took another step forward, as finalists were announced for the Rebuild by Design competition. The competition to develop contextual, but scalable solutions to rebuild and strengthen regions that were ravaged by the October 2012 storm was announced this JuneRead More