The AIA New York Chapter Design Awards (how’s that for a mouthful) have dragged on for what seems, to us, like an interminable eternity. Not that we’re not feeling it, just pre-empting. Finally, tonight, it looks like the final nail in the coffin or the last cherry on top (depending, really, on how you look at Peter) is so on. Apparently,
The Honor Award winners in the Architecture category discuss their work with the public. Representatives of Polshek Partnership Architects, Richard Meier & Partners Architects, weisz + yoes architecture + urban design, Steven Holl Architects, and Eisenman Architects will present the following projects:
William J. Clinton Presidential Center
Frieder Burda Collection Museum
Bronx Charter School for the Arts
Whitney Water Purification Facility and Park
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
Denise Scott Brown, RIBA (of Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates) will moderate the discussion.
We’ll be the ones trying to push up on Richard and throw watercolors at Steven.
Tonight, Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia, 6-8, firstname.lastname@example.org.