In recognition of the increasing risk from sea-level rise and coastal storms like Hurricane Sandy, the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, in cooperation with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Hudson River Estuary Program, and the New York City Department of City Planning
While there has been significant improvement in water quality, many water resource challenges exist in the watershed of the Hudson River Estuary. Overlaid on all these challenges are the relatively unpredictable influences of climate change on precipitation.
New York At Risk: On The Waterfront – 4.21.13 from Center for Architecture New York At Risk: On The Waterfront – 4.21.13 from Center for Architecture on Vimeo. We’ve got 600 miles of coastline, water underground, water rushing at us from upstream, tidal currents rushing in from all around. We have one of the world’s largest natural harbors, from which an amazing port city grew. Even without a changing climate, we would have waterfront problems and just as many conflicting […]
Susannah Drake, “Resilient Urban Environments” from SVA MA Design Research February 21, 2013 Susannah Drake, “Resilient Urban Environments” from SVA MA Design Research on Vimeo. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the topics of sea level rise and storm surge have never been so relevant. Susannah Drake, the Principal of dlandstudio, will discuss how landscape architecture and good environmental design can create new infrastructure systems that will result in more resilient cities and improved biodiversity. Drake will also argue how […]
Landscape Architecture Design Speed Dating from Van Alen Institute Landscape Architecture Design Speed Dating from Van Alen Institute on Vimeo.On Saturday, October 13, 2012 ASLA-NY and Van Alen Institute hosted Landscape Architecture Design Speed Dating, a special edition of Van Alen’s seasonal portfolio review series pairing four emerging landscape architecture professionals with four esteemed critics from the landscape community for a round-robin of rapid-fire feedback. Thanks to this round’s panel of critics: Thomas Balsley (Principal, Thomas Balsley Associates), Nancy Prince […]
Change Agents: Landscape Architects on the Innovation Forefront On October 18, 2010 the Van Alen Institute hosted an evening of rapid-fire Pecha Kucha presentations in partnership with the New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. “Change Agents: Landscape Architects on the Innovation Forefront” featured twelve speakers who shared their own efforts to push the boundaries of the profession, advocate for positive change, and create quality spaces for civic life. To view the full line-up of presenters, visit […]
2019 AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards
The AIANY + ASLANY Transportation + Infrastructure Design Excellence Awards recognize exceptional design by AIA and ASLA members working in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. The awards program is open to registered architects, landscape architects, and planners.
Built and unbuilt projects will be reviewed for their innovative design approaches to transportation and infrastructure. AIANY + ASLANY will recognize projects that reflect a commitment to sustainability, community engagement, and civic architecture.
Students enrolled in, and recent graduates (2019 graduation year), of an accredited architecture, landscape architecture, and planning programs are also eligible.
For more information and to enter a submission, click here