Jun 13 2010
Jiyoun Kim wins AIA Young Architects Forum Ideas Competition.
Miami – June 11, 2010 – The American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) Young Architects Forum (YAF) and Committee on Design (COD) have selected the recipients of the first annual YAF/COD Ideas Competition.
Two projects tied for first place; FREE by Gene Kaufman Architect. P.C. and Woven Shelter by NYIT's Jiyoun Kim. The Community Unit by Eric Polite received third place. These projects were recognized June 10 at the AIA National Convention in Miami.
Jun 08 2010
Joshua Perotti awarded CMAA Scolarship.
Manhattan CMAA Student Chapter President and Founder Joshua Perotti has been awarded the Construction Management Association of Americas 2010 NY/NJ Regional Scholarship Award.
Apr 22 2010
Community Service Learning Project with PAL Boxing
Students from NYIT's School of Architecture and Design met with Joe Higgins, Director of PAL Boxing in Freeport, NY, on March 7 to discuss ideas for the renovation and expansion of his existing training facility in Northeast Park. The non-profit PAL Boxing provides an after school athletic and academic program for Freeport teens, and has produced several Golden Gloves champions and Olympic contenders. Working in teams of three, students will develop designs for the project, with a competition to decide the winning scheme. The students, together with adjunct professors Giovanni Santamaria and Janet Fink, have volunteered for this community service learning project
Apr 14 2010
Collaborative Home Modification Project
The Home Modification is a cross-disciplinary collaborative project between undergraduate Interior Design students and graduate Occupational Therapy students. Residents, of homes and facilities, with disabilities and alternate physical needs are the front-line clients of innovative, accessible design.
It is a design approach that imbues sensitivity and superb problem solving skills to burgeoning interior designers who are guided by their occupational therapy counterpart's contributions to the nature and trajectory of the "real" client's disease. They are encouraged to push the limits of conventional design solutions; where seemingly impossible hurdles are transformed into conceptual challenges and ultimately esthetically superior, functionally adaptive interior design.
Click the title to see the videos of students presenting their work.