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Check out our animated Op Ed on how to solve the transgender bathroom wars. Featured: The Huffington PostHere’s A Creative Solution To The Transgender ‘Bathroom Bill’ WarCurtis M. Wong Read More

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We are excited that two of our projects SynaCondo and 535 WEA were included in this exhibition. Read More

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The AIA New York Chapter member show is returning home to the newly restored Center for Architecture! This year we opened the exhibition to AIA members from all five borough chapters. New York New Design will celebrate the work of members in the Center for Architecture's main galleries, providing a snapshot of the work being produced in our city. New York New Design includes works of all scales and types – small, large, commercial, residential, public, private, interiors, historic preservation, engineering, landscape, and urban design – presenting the scope and quality of work being done both at home and abroad.... Read More

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"The synagogue’s primary function is what happens in its sanctuary, the space in which the congregation prays together. But there is a basic contradiction between sincere, personal prayer and the communal, synagogue setting. In prayer, we strive to connect to our most personal feelings of longing, hope, regret and gratitude. For some, this is a transcendent conversation with a divine God, while others may use prayer as a tool for personal introspection and reflection." The Paradox Of Communal Prayer Read More

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"If you listen to psychotherapists when they talk to one another, you will often hear them speak of something called the “therapeutic frame.” This term, coined by the psychoanalyst Marion Milner, refers to the set of conventions and ground rules that structure the therapeutic experience. Just as the frame of a painting defines the borders of a work of art, the therapeutic frame is the “container” in which the therapy takes place." "Architecture is a meditation on entering and exiting." The Architecture of Psychotherapy Read More

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View: Rosenberg & Co Art Gallery Read More

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Freud Out Loud - Marathon Reading of Civilization and its Discontents New York TimesNew York MagazineDaily News Read More

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