A new show at AIA New York’s Center for Architecture makes the case for a growing global design movement that is forging its own canon.
New Talent 2018
New York City's month-long celebration of architecture—which includes films, tours, lectures, discussions, and more—kicks off October 1st.
The gallery at the AIA New York Chapter takes an unflinching look at the civil rights leader’s call to action, 50 years later.
Social Housing – New European Projects, which is on view at the Center for Architecture in New York, showcases 25 stand-out projects.
The Zero Waste Design Guidelines is a multidisciplinary book that explores in-depth how to best handle waste on the building and urban scale.
An upcoming exhibition looks at the ubiquitous architecture of scaffolding.
The show, currently at the Center for Architecture in New York, uses architecture to explore themes beyond it.
The FBI kept tabs on architect Gregory Ain, whose housing designs for Southern California were ahead of their time.
New exhibit celebrates the work of Taliesin Fellow Kaneji Domoto, a Japanese-American architect and landscape designer who helped fashion Usonia.
An exhibition at the Center for Architecture shows the development of Finnish wood architecture over the past two decades.
The Center for Architecture's "Designing Affordability" opens many more areas for engagement between architecture and activism.
What can past solutions teach us about solving today’s housing crisis?
This fall season’s shows and programs promise to bring important educational opportunities for anyone interested in the built environment. The most intense learning opportunities in New York City are coming to the Center for Architecture, home to the local chapter…