All things architecture are now easily accessible via the New York Architecture Diary, a newly launched site replete with resources. The site keeps an up-to-date calendar of exhibitions, film screenings, installations, walks and tours, talks and debates, and conferences throughout the five boroughs, and, as sister site to the London Architecture Diary, now in its 10th year, is managed by a group of institutions and schools of architecture.
Funded by a New York State Department of Economic Development’s Division of Tourism grant and institutional support from the Architectural League of New York, the site serves to keep aficionados and pros alike informed of the latest developments, events and installation in the city’s architecture realm.
The site’s partners include the Architectural League of New York, Center for Architecture / AIANY, Design Trust for Public Space, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), Columbia University; the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of the Cooper Union; the Museum of the City of New York; Open House New York; Parsons the New School of Constructed Environments; Storefront for Art and Architecture; and the Van Alen Institute.
News categoriesAll News >
This Swedish designer’s concept might be the next IKEA
Everything you wanted to know about lighting can be found here
What not to miss at the D&D’s ‘Al Fresco’ Spring Market
Design ADAC explores "The Innovation of Expression"Trade Shows | 4:59Design ADAC explores "The...
Meet ADAC's designers and architect of the yearTrade Shows | 3:54Meet ADAC's designers and...
D&D Building's Spring MarketDesign Center Event
Headshot Day at DDB Spring Market 2018Design Center Event
Creative License with Barry Goralnick and Keith Gordon during DDB Spring Market 2018Design Center Event
- In Print