ASID NYU/CE is pleased to announce the 2016 Chapter Design Competition Winners. Congratulations to all of the winners and thank you to everyone who participated.
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TRAVEL + LEISURE
On a drizzly spring afternoon, a group of tourists eagerly waited for their chance to catch a glimpse of the newly restored Darwin Martin House, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most celebrated commissions. The building was the most extravagant private residence the architect ever designed. It was also his favorite.
The dominating structure that takes up nearly half a city block has become one of Buffalo, New York’s most visited attractions, having recently completed a twenty-plus year, $50-million renovation.
What a tasty crop of eateries is cooking up with the design world’s favorite new ingredients. In our latest issue, we spotlight three new trends taking the design world by storm: geometric tile, leaf-y wallpaper and orb-style lighting. Many of the city’s top design firms have already put these elements to use in their recent restaurant projects.
SUNY Press and Excelsior Editions are publishing a new book by Janet A. Null. "The Adirondack Architecture Guide, Southern-Central Region" is a comprehensive collection of architectural and historical content about the area. Architect and President of Argus Architecture & Preservation, P.C., Null has used years of experience to cultivate a field guide for those wishing to appreciate the the structures, both new and old, that populate the area.
Because of a rich architectural scene, the American Institute of Architects New York State’s members submitted some lesser-known architectural gems from around the state which they consider are still in the “must-see” category. Across the state, these places are amazing in their own right, designed by some of the worlds most storied designers.