The 2016 New York New Design, AIA New York's Annual Member Show featuring the work of more than 100 NYC architects, is on view at the Center for Architecture through May 28, 2016. The exhibition celebrates the work of AIA New York, AIA Brooklyn, AIA Bronx, AIA Queens, and AIA Staten Island members, providing a snapshot of the diverse work being produced in the city.
The 185 entries include the work of more than 100 New York City architects practicing on all scales, from interiors to entire cities and everything in between. Projects are located in the city, across the country, and in 22 countries around the world, from CENTRO University by TEN Arquitectos in Mexico City to Mizengo Pinda Asali and Nyuki Sanctuary, a beekeeping and honey extraction center in Dodoma, Tanzania designed by Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects.
Projects on display include the newly opened Whitney Museum of American Art by Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Cooper Robertson and the Manhattan Districts 1/2/5 Garage by Dattner Architects. Typologies include secondary and higher education facilities, residences, theoretical/conceptual works, pavilions, cultural institutions, hospitals, stadiums, and retail spaces. The exhibition features photographs, renderings, and models of built and unbuilt work.
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