News  2023

Gabriel Hernández, Docomomo US National Symposium Grant Recipient, Shares his Observations Post-symposium

Gabriel Hernández, a Fulbright Visiting predoctoral fellow at Yale and MIT, was one of two scholars awarded the Tri-State Chapter’s Emerging Professionals Grant in connection with the 2023 National Symposium. As an architect and educator researching Norman Foster’s studies at Yale, Gabriel shares his experiences of New Haven and the symposium.

Ritika Jharia, Docomomo US National Symposium Grant Recipient, Reflects on the Experience

Ritika Jharia, a preservation architect and Louis Kahn scholar who recently graduated from Cornell University, shares take aways from the DOCOMOMO US National Symposium “Complexities of the Modern American City.” Ritika was one of two scholars awarded the Tri-State Chapter’s Emerging Professionals Grant.

Princeton Mid-Century Modern Needs a New Site

For years, Princeton University has successfully relocated structures of historic significance to new sites. The Institute for Advanced Study and Princeton Battlefield State Park are currently looking for buyers to move the Atle Selberg residence—a circa 1952 Usonian School structure—from state park land to a new site near or far.

Revisiting Urban Renewal: Docomomo US Tour Day 2023

The only national program of its kind, Docomomo US Tour Day is devoted to the appreciation of modern architecture in the United States. Tours and events focused on architecture and design of the Modern Movement are hosted by Docomomo US chapters, partners, and leading voices in preservation across the country. This year’s thematic focus is Revisiting Urban Renewal.

AIA NY Archtober: Architecture and Design in everyday life

Archtober, New York City’s month-long architecture and design festival, is just around the corner. Check out this year’s tours, films, lectures and exhibitions that focus on the importance of architecture and design in everyday life.