Tagged: Andrew Bernheimer

Oculus Book Talk: Timber in the City with Andrew Bernheimer June 18

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Oculus Book Talk: Timber in the City
McNally Jackson Books
52 Prince Street
8 pm
Free for AIA members and students with valid student ID; $10 for non-members

Bernheimer Architecture House Receives AIA Award

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The weekend house on the coast of Rhode Island uses daylight to create shifting patterns of light througout the day.

Bernheimer Architects to Design Affordable Housing Development in Queens

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One Flushing development to include affordable housing, community centers, and other amenities.

Andrew Bernheimer and David Leven publish NYCHAPEDIA, A Complete Catalogue of NYCHA’s Assets

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Catalogue aims to provoke discussion around future of the extensive holdings of the New York City Housing Authority.

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New Housing Book Featuring Andrew Bernheimer Reviewed in The Architect’s Newspaper

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Book includes chapter by M.Arch program director Bernheimer

Student work from Resilient Housing Studio published in Archinect

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Student work from Dwelling and Resilience Studio featured in Archinect.

Andrew Bernheimer Participating in World Architecture Day 2013

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Master of Architecture Program Director, Andrew Bernheimer, will be participating in a panel discussion with Michel Bertreux and David Farnsworth and moderated by Sharon McHugh of World Architecture News & Architect as a part of World Architecture Day 2013. The event will take place October 6-8, 2013 at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY 10012.

Urban Omnibus Features Spring 2013 M.Arch Housing Studio

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The work of the 2012-2013 first year Master of Architecture students along with SCE faculty Andrew Bernheimer and David Leven have had their work featured at Urban Omnibus. The studio investigated resilient housing within NYCHA’s Alfred E. Smith Houses on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Please click here to read the full article in Urban Omnibus.

School of Constructed Environments Faculty Create Architectural Fairy Tales

Last December, the Design Observer blog featured a series of architectural fairy tales designed by Parsons SCE faculty members Andrew Bernheimer, Jing Liu, Emily Abruzzo, and Gerald Bodziak.

On Places/Design Observer, “Fairy Tale Architecture: The Halloween Edition”

Faculty member Andrew Bernheimer, 2nd year M.Arch student Vera Leung, and Kate Bernheimer create a special Halloween installment in an ongoing series on fairy tale architecture.