“New York New Design” Opens at the Center for Architecture

“New York New Design,” the 2016 AIA New York Chapter member show, is on view in the main galleries of the Center for Architecture in Manhattan.


“New York New Design” at the Center for Architecture.

Providing insight into the spectrum of work produced by AIA New York, AIA Brooklyn, AIA Bronx, AIA Queens, and AIA Staten Island members, the show features 183 innovative works produced by over 100 design firms from New York City.


Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan model by Francois de Menil Architect.

The exhibition presents a range of types of work including commercial, residential, interiors, public, private, historic preservation, engineering, landscape, and urban design, in addition to theoretical projects, unbuilt competition entries, and design research.


Diverse spectrum of projects featured along the walls of the main galleries.

Recognizing the scope of work being produced both at home and abroad, the diverse spectrum of projects featured in “New York New Design” are located throughout the five city boroughs, across the United States, and within 22 international countries.


The Center for Architecture in Manhattan.

The Whitney Museum of American Art, Contract’s 2016 Public/Civic Interiors Awards winner, by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in collaboration with Cooper Robertson, is among the projects featured in “New York New Design,” along with works by NBBJ, FXFOWLE, and Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners.

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