Each year the Architectural League’s Beaux Arts Ball brings together over a thousand architects, designers, artists, and their friends for a night of drinks, dancing, food, and fun, all to benefit the programs of the League.
The Ball is held in a different location each year and, since 2006, features a specially commissioned installation or environment by a team of architects, artists, and others.
Photos from the League’s 2012 Beaux Arts Ball at the Williamsburgh Savings Bank
Photos from the 2010 Beaux Arts Ball at the American Academy of Arts and Letters
Photos from the League’s 2009 Beaux Arts Ball at the Old American Can Factory.
Photos from the 2008 Beaux Arts Ball at the former Ace Gallery at 275 Hudson Street
Photos from the 2007 Beaux Arts Ball at 3-Legged Dog Art + Technology Center
The first installment of an ongoing series looking at independent projects funded by the NYSCA Architecture + Design Program and sponsored by the League.
Two new reports in the ongoing effort to highlight the work of past Norden grantees through their essays, photographs, and sketches from around the world. The deadline this year is April 17.
Announcing the 2014 winning firms.
This week, Rachel Armstrong explains how we can reach the enticing prospect of ecological technologies that position change as a source of power, not vulnerability.