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Bird Arising Sculpture has a new Nest!

Bird Arising Sculpture has a new Nest! Local Architect’s Signature Sculpture Heads for Massachusetts August 1, 2006 New City  NY -  Over the past two years Michael Shilale Architects, LLP, has harbored a striking stainless steel sculpture of a bird about to take flight. In front of their building on Park Avenue in New City, “Bird…
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President’s Viewpoint – Density, Subsidy and Affordable Housing

President's Viewpoint -Density, Subsidy and Affordable Housing Originally published in the 2006 newsletter of the American Institute of Architects, Westchester Mid-Hudson Chapter. by Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED - July/August, 2006 Architects are known for their ability to plan well. It was probably not good planning to serve as president of two organizations at the same…
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President’s Viewpoint – Architects give AIANYS $75,000 gift

President's Viewpoint - Architects give AIANYS $75,000 gift Originally published in the 2006 newsletter of the American Institute of Architects, Westchester Mid-Hudson Chapter. by Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED - June, 2006 Recently your President, President-Elect and Executive Director attended a planning retreat at Hunter Mountain to help AIA NYS set priorities for the next two years.…
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President’s Viewpoint – Advocacy, Fees and Anti-Trust

Originally published in the 2006 newsletter of the American Institute of Architects, Westchester Mid-Hudson Chapter. by Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED - May, 2006 Advocacy Last month I wrote about many of the benefits, (over 60) AIA provides to us at the national, state and local level. Advocacy for Architects and for our communities may be…
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President’s Viewpoint – Sixty Ways to AIA

President's Viewpoint - SIXTY WAYS TO AIAOriginally published in the 2006 newsletter of the American Institute of Architects, Westchester Mid-Hudson Chapter. by Michael Shilale, AIA, LEED - April, 2006 When I am at a dinner with a group of architects, it is usually an AIA event. However, recently I had dinner with four former classmates of…
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