Reception in Celebration of 30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance

On Friday, July 10th, The Architectural League held a reception in celebration of 30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance at the Cooper Hewitt.

An unprecedented collection of design projects and practices, 30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance documents close to 250 of the most innovative North American design firms of the past three decades. Since 1982 The Architectural League of New York’s Emerging Voices program has recognized architects, land­scape architects, and urban designers whose distinctive voices promise to influence architectural discourse, design, and practice for years to come. Insightful essays and commentaries by leading critics, architects, and historians consider and contextualize the continuing impact of the Emerging Voices’ inventive work on architectural culture and the built environment.

Photography by Leandro Viana

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Winka Dubbeldam, Gregg Pasquarelli, and Kim Holden

Marlon Blackwell, Carlos Jimenez, and John Ronan

Emily Schmidt, Varick Shute, and Dan D’Oca

Mimi Hoang, Martin Finio, Eric Bunge, and Stella Betts

Rachel Judlowe

Turner Brooks, Jeff Goldstein, and Louise Harpman

Merrill Elam and Carlos Jimenez

Peter Papademetriou and Matilda McQuaid

Elena Brescia, Kate Orff, and Rosalie Genevro

Anna Kats and Paul Makovsky

Friend, Gregg Pasquarelli, and Doug Stockman

Scott Marble, Greg Wessner, Rachel Judlowe, and Karen Fairbanks

Louise Harpman, Joel Sanders, and Louise Kramer

Varick Shute and Wes Rozen

League executive director Rosalie Genevro giving remarks

League board member and 2002 Emerging Voice Paul Lewis giving remarks

League program director and honoree Anne Rieselbach giving remarks

League program director Anne Rieselbach giving remarks

Suzanne Stephens

Shane Williamson and Betsy Williamson

30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance

Georgeen Theodore, Tobias Armborst, and Ada Tolla

Grant Marani and Joseph Mizzi

Elizabeth O’Donnell and Brad Samuels

Woody Rainey and friend

Alan Organschi and League volunteer

Daisy Ames, Anthony Ames, and Turner Brooks

David Heyman and Sandy Fiedorek

Elizabeth Sverbeyeff Byron, François de Menil, and Susan de Menil

Open gallery viewings included How Posters Are Made. Pictured here is the Pentagram-designed Architectural League Beaux Arts Ball poster “Light Years.”

Ana Bilski and friend

Tessa Namuth and Peter Papademetriou

Josephine Minutillo and Paul Makovsky

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Chris Rudin, John Frane, and Frank Escher

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Jennifer Lee, Eric Bunge, Mimi Hoang, and Pablo Castro

Larry Scarpa and Karel Klein

Doug Stockman and Mark McConnell

Frank Escher, Brook Hodge, Ravi Gunewardena

Laszlo Kiss

Healy Smith and Thomas de Monchaux

Julie Eizenberg, Mehrdad Yazdani, Gisue Hariri, and friend

Richard Fernau

Larry Scarpa, Abby Bussel, and Alex Bruxter

Linda Lindroth and Lisa Gray

Lisa Gray, Anne Rieselbach, and Elizabeth Sverbeyeff Byron

Mimi Hoang and Ashley Schafer

Marion Weiss, Michael Meredith, Michael Manfredi, and Hilary Sample

Paige Bluhdorn and Scott Himmel

Qianyi Ye, Wendell Burnette, and Lorcan O’Herlihy

Larry Scarpa, Lorcan O’Herlihy, and Rob Rogers

Paul Segal, Pat Sapinsley, and Paul Haigh

Danny Samuels

Mimi Hoang and Raveevarn Choksombatchai

Rand Elliott and Jeanette Elliot

Rob Rogers, John Ronan, and Robert Hutchison

Rosalie Genevro and Clifton Balch

Rosalie Genevro and Juergen Riehm

Sasa Radulovic and Johanna Hurme

Scott Phillips and Anne Rieselbach

Susan Grant Lewin and Paul Segal

Turner Brooks, Louise Braverman, and Steve Glickel

David Ruy, Varick Shute,  and Granger Moorhead

Xavier Perrot, Ken Smith, and Andy Cao

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