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NOVEMBER 15, 2016
OR+A’s west side townhouse project was selected by the AIANY Interiors Committee for their 2016 Residential Review, which showcases New York based-architects who are designing outstanding residential spaces.
The Center for Architecture is hosting high school students from the New York Times' inaugural Summer Academy program. The goal is to educate these aspiring journalists about the importance of architecture and design in urban life.
JULY 15, 2016
OR+A's Rhoades and Bailey pool and pavilion was named Gardenista's pool of the week.
O+RA receives the 2016 Architizer A+Award for Choy House; http://architizer.com/blog/the-best-of-the-best-2016-aawards/
O+RA has received a 2016 AIA NY Design Merit Award for Choy House.
MARCH 11, 2016
The AIANY Women in Architecture Committee develops and promotes women leaders within the architecture profession. Please join Faith Rose and the AIANY WIA for a breakfast conversation on March 11th, 2016.
For more information: http://cfa.aiany.org/index.php?section=calendar&evrid=9194
FEBRUARY 23, 2016
Faith Rose is stepping down as Executive Director of the Public Design Commission at the end of the week, in order to return to O’Neill Rose Architects full time.
"I have been privileged to work with amazing, talented, and dedicated people in both the public and private sectors, and am proud of how our collective work has transformed the city’s public spaces as we work towards greater equity, physical and mental health, and quality of life for everyone who lives in this great city. Together we have proven that design excellence has multiple, long term benefits on the public buildings and spaces we use every day. It has been an honor to be able to support and promote good city design, first at the Department of Design and Construction, and most recently at the Public Design Commission. It will be difficult to leave the public sector and this important work, but at the same time I am thrilled that O’Neill Rose Architects is thriving, and excited to get back to designing after eleven years of public service."