Oculus - Spring 2015 - (Page 18)

©Center for Architecture ©Eve Dilworth Rosen Center Highlights (above) Organizers and winners of the AIANY COTE 2014 Proof + Beauty Awards celebrated exemplary sustainable projects in NYC at the first annual awards ceremony and exhibition. (l-r): david hess, aia, leed ap Bd+c, AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE); claire miflin, Kiss + Cathcart; Steven iovanna, BL Companies; Kevin Smith, Robert A.M. Stern Architects; laurie Kerr, Urban Green Council; paul curcio, BL Companies; Graham S. Wyatt, aia, Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects; Gregory Kiss, Kiss + Cathcart; and Stephen Knust, AIANY COTE. ©Center for Architecture (right) andy frankl, hon. aia nYS, President and Founder of IBEX Construction, was joined by newly-inducted AIANY 2015 President tomas rossant, aia, at the IBEX/ AIANY Holiday Party following the 2015 Board Inaugural. ©Rick Bell (above) AIANY 2014 President lance Jay Brown, faia (right), passes the gavel to AIANY 2015 president tomas rossant, aia, at the 2015 Board Inaugural. ©Center for Architecture (left) Columbia GSAPP Dean of Architecture amale andraos, assoc. aia, and evan douglis, Dean of the School of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, were among 12 architecture school deans who discussed leadership in architectural education at the 2014 Deans' Roundtable. (left) AIANY Executive Director rick Bell, faia, encouraged the audience to pick up their own copies of Urban Alchemy: Restoring Joy in America's Sorted-Out Cities at January's Oculus Book Talk with author dr. mindy thompson fullilove, and William morrish of Parsons The New School for Design. 18 Oculus Spring 2015 Dialogues from the Edge of Practice

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Oculus - Spring 2015

First Words Letter from the President Repositioning All Around By Tomas Rossant, AIA
Letter from the Editor The Edge of New By Kristen Richards, Hon. AIA, Hon. ASLA
Center for Architecture Center Highlights
One Block Over Rough Waters: Squalls continue over the redevelopment of South Street Seaport By Claire Wilson
Opener: Thinking Into Other Boxes By David Zach
Mars in the Bronx CASE gets new environmental technologies out of labs and into buildings at (relative) warp speed By Jonathan Lerner
Spinning Research Into Practice Intense experimentation with digital technologies is yielding remarkable designs and products by ARO By Lisa Delgado
A Results-Oriented Think Tank Defining architectural practice broadly enough to include research, theory, and public discourse, Grimshaw’s Urban Research Unit is a full-circle activity leading to a richer built environment By Bill Millard
The Resilience Factor Perkins+Will is making resilience design and planning a growing area of practice and income By Richard Staub
Socrates at the Drafting Table REX champions a slow thinktank architecture of methodical problem-solving By Janet Adams Strong
Architecture in the Social Data Era Transforming our practice to engage new data sources and design intents By Melissa Marsh
Museum as Incubator The New Museum hatches a multidisciplinary workspace to nurture creative entrepreneurs By Julia van den Hout
When Bottom-up Meets Top-down The benefits of community engagement in post-disaster rebuilding plans By Deborah Gans, FAIA
In Print Bricks & Mortals: Ten Great Buildings and the People They Made By Tom Wilkinson Tales of Two Cities: Paris, London and the Birth of the Modern City By Jonathan Conlin Visionaries in Urban Development: 15 Years of the ULI J.C. Nichols Prize Winners By Trisha Riggs, et al. American Urban Form: A Representative History By Sam Bass Warner and Andrew H. Whittemore Preservation is Overtaking Us By Rem Koolhaas, with a supplement by Jorge Otero-Pailos Reviews by Stanley Stark, FAIA
31-Year Watch Architectural practice once embraced dinner plates and candlesticks produced by Swid Powell By John Morris Dixon, FAIA
Last Words Eve of Construction By Rick Bell, FAIA
Index to Advertisers Alphabetical & Categorical Index

Oculus - Spring 2015