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.
A video documentary and photos of the 2013 Beaux Arts Ball, a party celebrating the centennial of the 1913 Armory Show at the 69th Regiment Armory.
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
Follow Stereotank as they transform two plastic septic tanks into a glowing, pulsing sound machine in their winning design for the 2015 Times Square Valentine Heart competition.
See slideshows of work and biographical and firm information on each Emerging Voice. In the coming months, look here to find expanded digital content exploring the work and ideas of this year’s Voices.
In anticipation of the 5KL: Water symposium, we look back at the history of New York City’s most critical piece of civic infrastructure: its water supply.
Two architects and educators discuss the state of architectural education, the place of research in the discipline, and the contemporary role of the architect.