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Before New York City May or Bill de Blas delivered his io second Stat e of the City address, it was widely expecte would focus d that he the address almost entirely on housing policy. He did speak at leng about his amb th itious plan to build or preserve 200 ,000 units of affordable housing ove r the next deca de. But it was a major tran sportation poli cy unveiled near the end of the address that surprise onlookers and d made headlin es. “Transporta tion is central mission of prov to the iding affordab and services le housing —connectin g neighborhoo in the five boro ds ughs to New York’s largest job centers, ” said continued on

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“I believe that change is a great thing. In fact, it’s the only real abso House and lute in the world,” said on its 49-acre Philip Johnso campus in New Canaan, chan n. In the five-p decades that ge was, inde lus part of Philip Johnso ed, an essentia their day-to-d n and his com panion Dav l ay routine and id Whitney - Johnson resided in the tenure. ’s iconic one Glass perc -story Glass hed on an House, continued on

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The Architect’s Library allows you to position yourself in front of local and national audiences. Placement in the Library is an Added Value bonus for advertisers who spend $7,500 or more in a year. Advertisers will receive 12 months of placement in the Library as well as a monthly newsletter blast sent to readers (see below). 12,275+ uniques/month

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Wake up to the best national news and most eye-catching blog posts of the week with our Monday Morning Newsletter: easy-to-read and convenient, Monday Morning keeps the architectural community up to date with the news and features our readers love.

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Keeping at the forefront of innovation in digital journalism, The Architect’s Newspaper is proud to present e-newsletters bringing our readers the most compelling AEC stories, straight to their inbox.

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The A|N Late Edition caters directly to what our regional communities care about most. Every afternoon, our team of regional editors will hand-select the most critical news, eyecatching blogs, and thoughtful features—not only from A|N but from other regional news authorities as well—for 7,500 of our readers in each region: East, West, Midwest, and Southwest. Sponsorship for Monday Morning & Late Edition e-blast programs includes: • e-newsletter • web summary • average open rate 20%

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(Every Tuesday) SPECSHEET is an e-newsletter that features a curated roundup of the most innovative building products, materials, furnishings, and finishes. Sent out weekly on Tuesdays.

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(Every Thursday) The Architect’s Newspaper’s City Terrain e-newsletter focuses on landscape architecture and urban design news and new projects. Each week, City Terrain compiles our top stories in landscape architecture and urban design, with coverage ranging from waterfronts and innovative streetscapes to water retention systems and green roofs. Game changing projects, green products, urban agriculture, groundbreaking parks; City Terrain harvests our award winner coverage and serves it directly to our readers.

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(Every FRIday) Facades+ is an e-newsletter and blog column about advanced building envelopes, and the processes, people, and products behind high performance and high design facades. Architects, engineers, facade consultants, and a wide design audience read about the latest developments in 3D modeling, waterproofing, and new materials that make building facades one of the most dynamic areas of design innovation.

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The Premier Conference on High-Performance Building Enclosures JOIN OUR GROWING LIST OF SPONSORS TODAY

Facades+ is the leading conference on high performance and high design building skins. Join the robust dialogue that covers all aspects of building envelopes and is the key to building systems integration, resilient buildings and a sustainable built environment. Who should come? Architects, fabricators, developers, consultants and other design professionals.

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CUSTOMIZED EVENTS The Architect’s Newspaper will work with you to create an event with a select gathering of the most active, connected, and influential individuals in the architectural community, drawn from The Architect’s Newspaper mailing list, as well as those of our other sponsors. Invitees will include architects, designers, and more, depending on your needs. We will help you select a venue, catering, a custom drink special, and create signage for the event with your company’s logo at the forefront. Your event will be marketed via a custom campaign including, but not limited to, web banners, custom email blasts, social media postings, flyers, and more! RATES VARY. CONTACT US FOR AN ESTIMATE AND TO START PUTTING TOGETHER YOUR CUSTOMIZED EVENT.

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CE|STRONG

Introducing the first mobile app for AIA CE learning. ANYTIME! ANYWHERE! YOU CAN LEARN!

Across the country, architects are required to take continuing education courses to maintain their professional license. CE|STRONG offers the only app designed to provide architects AIA courses, specifically designed for mobile users. The CE|S app is easy-to-use, intuitive tool for architects to take courses & manage their AIA Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Contact us for hosting and sponsorship pricing.

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This course reviews the various elements of the building envelope and the types of glazing systems that are used and accepted to meet various building codes requirements.

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Do you have a competition or awards program you want to put into action, but you’re not sure where to start? The Architect’s Newspaper wants to help you!

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We will provide the following services: • competition conception • creative identity, including: logo, a custom website (see below), signage • back-end support for submissions • customized social media accounts • posting on A|N’s website and social media accounts • a custom marketing campaign • jury selection & judging process • a kick-off and/or closing celebration • editorial coverage • and more!

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We know our readers. They’re your potential customers. Are you targeting them effectively? With A|N Reader Surveys you can identify the specifiers for your product and market to them intelligently to grow your business. We provide the audience and the infrastructure. You provide the questions. Together we’ll deliver smarter marketing opportunities with our audience. Connect with specifiers through A|N Reader Surveys!

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SURVEY 2: $7,500 • A|N custom designs HTML eblast inviting users to take survey. • You provide link to existing survey created by you. • A|N provides targeted audience of up to 10,000. Sample Custom Proposal

SURVEY 3: $10,000 • A|N custom designs HTML eblast inviting users to take survey. • A|N formats survey based on your provided questions, editors will review. • A|N provides targeted audience of up to 12,000 & optional social media posting. • Provide analytics from survey response.

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PRINT SPECS PUBLICATION PAGE TRIM SIZE 10.5” x 14”

BINDING METHOD Saddle-stitched

PRINTING / PAPER STOCK The Architect’s Newspaper is printed web. Paper stock is 45# white-coated stock.

SAFETY MARGINS Allowance should be made for 1/4” trim at head, bottom and gutter for all bleed ads. Live matter should be kept 1/4” free from all trimmed edges.

PREFERRED FILE FORMAT PDF/X-1a; No application files will be accepted.

COPY REQUIREMENTS Format as a high resolution PDF (300 dpi). Files should be CMYK. RGB images,

ICC Profiles or PANTONE colors will not be accepted. Be aware of effects that can be caused by transparency and flattener settings. All transparency must be flattened in the final page file that is submitted for processing. Select all text and “Convert to paths” in FreeHand or “Create Outlines” in Illustrator. A laser or digital SWOPcompatible proof must accompany all files.

COPY DEADLINES 15 days before publication date. Any ad materials received in other formats will incur an additional fee as will author’s alterations to ad materials (typesetting, stripping, etc.).

COLOR PROOF REQUIREMENTS

a good press match, it is important to follow general industry guidelines when preparing files and proofs. Advertisements supplied to The Architect’s Newspaper without an acceptable color proof will be printed to SWOP standards. The printer and Publisher cannot be held liable for color complaints when files are submitted without acceptable color proof. Black and white ads can be submitted with continuous tone (contone) proof. The correct size proof must be generated directly from the disk/file you submit. All proofs must indicate publication name, issue date and contents supplied by advertiser.

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AUTHOR’S ALTERATIONS Changes made after approval of a final proof, or after output of film and proof, require new film and proofs to be output, and thus will be subject to additional charges for the second set of film and proofs. Advertisements requiring alterations such as editing,

image manipulation, reductions or enlargements, trapping, etc., will be billed mechanical charges at the Publisher’s prevailing rates. Black or color type knocking out of a tone background often cannot be deleted; in such cases, new film or digital film must be provided and film output charges will apply. All production charges will be billed on the invoice for the issue in which the ad runs. All advertising materials must be received by closing date.

SHIPPING ADDRESS The Architect’s Newspaper Advertising Department 21 Murray Street, 5th Floor New York, NY 10007

TERMS & CONDITIONS General Rate Policy

Rates are effective as of January 1, 2016. All business under contracts will be protected for the duration of the contract.

Agency Commission

Terms are net 30 days. 15% gross billing allowed to recognize agencies on space, color and position, provided account is paid within 30 days. Payment for any advertising shall be due and payable at Publisher’s office: The Architect’s Newspaper, LLC 21 Murray Street, 5th Floor New York, NY 10007

Short Rates and Rebates

Advertisers will be shortrated if, within a 12-month period from the date of the first insertion, they do not use the amount of insertions upon which their billings have been based. Advertisers using more insertions than contracted for will receive

appropriate rebates.

Cancellations

Cancellations are not accepted after space reservation closing date.

Position Policy

The Publisher guarantees no position request unless contracted for at premium rate and assumes no responsibility if position given differs from request.

Payment Terms

Invoices are dated as of the issue date and are due payable upon receipt in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. Publisher looks to the advertising agency/company placing the insertion order for payment; however, Publisher shall have the right to hold the advertising agency and the advertiser jointly and severally liable for the monies due and payable to Publisher, and the agency warrants that, by submitting the insertion order, it

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General Regulations and Policies

All copy subject to approval. The Publisher reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertisement for any reason at any time. Advertisements that, in the Publisher’s opinion, give the illusion of editorial material will carry the word “Advertisement.” In consideration of The Architect’s Newspaper, LLC’s acceptance of such advertisements for publication, the agency and the advertiser will indemnify and save harmless The Architect’s Newspaper and its officers, employees and agents against all loss, liability, damage and expense of whatsoever nature arising out of copying, printing or publishing

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of its advertisement including, without limitation, reasonable attorney’s fees resulting from claims or suits for libel, violation of rights or privacy, plagiarism, and copyright and trademark infringement. Publisher shall have the right to settle any such claim and to control any litigation or arbitration to which it may be a party all at the cost of the agency and the advertiser who shall be deemed joint and several indemnitors, and agency warrants that it is authorized to bind, and does bind, advertiser to such indemnity jointly and severally with the agency. Publisher reserves the right in its sole discretion to discontinue publication at any time with or without notice, or to defer or cancel the printing, publication, or circulation of any issue or of the tendered advertising because of labor disputes involving the Publisher, the printer or others, transportation delays or embargoes, errors or omissions of employees, or circumstances beyond its control.

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Publisher’s sole obligation as to any failure or default on its part shall be limited to a refund of the charges which may have been paid to it or, at its option, to publish the tendered advertising in the next available issue. Rates are subject to change without notice.

Effective JANUARY 1, 2015

The following terms and conditions shall be deemed incorporated in every insertion order or space contract tendered to The Architect’s Newspaper unless modified by written agreement signed by an officer or “Publisher” and shall supersede any inconsistent statement in such order or contract.

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Zach Edelson WEB EDITOR zedelson@archpaper.com

DUSTIN KODA ART DIRECTOR dkoda@archpaper.com

OLIVIA MARTIN MANAGING EDITOR omartin@archpaper.com

MATTHEW MESSNER MIDWEST EDITOR mmessner@archpaper.com

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Jason Sayer ASSISTANT EDITOR jsayer@archpaper.com

JOHN STOUGHTON FACADES+ EDITOR jstoughton@archpaper.com

AUDREY WACHS ASSISTANT EDITOR awachs@archpaper.com

Michael ChIn ASSISTANT MARKETING COORDINATOR mchin@archpaper.com

RANDI GREENBERG SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER rgreenberg@archpaper.com

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LYNN BACKALEnICK

Paola Antonelli Design curator, MoMA

Frances Anderton Design writer

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M. Christine Boyer Professor of Architecture, Princeton University

Steve Castellanos Architect

Aaron Betsky Dean, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

Anthony Alofsin Architect and University of Texas professor

Robert Bruegmann Architectural historian

Marlon Blackwell Architect and University of Arkansas professor

KAREN BEGLEY

Peter Cook Architect

Sarah Dunn Research Director, Archeworks

Nate Eudaly Executive Director, Dallas Architecture Forum

Zurich Esposito Executive Vice President, AIA Chicago

Carlos Jimenez Architect and Rice University professor

Martin Felsen Director, Archeworks

Sheryl Kolasinski Deputy director, The Menil Collection

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DIANA DARLING EXISTING ACCOUNTS, EAST AND WEST ddarling@archpaper.com 212 966 0630 ext 11

dionne Darling NEW ACCOUNTS, SOUTHWEST AND WEST dionned@archpaper.com 214 814 1892

cathy kruchko NEW ACCOUNTS, MIDWEST cathyk@archpaper.com 917 319 7370

Interns

Teddy Cruz Architect Erin Cullerton Consultant

Whitney Cox Architectural photographer

Mike Davis Author

Odile Decq Architect

Neil Denari Architect

Tom Hanrahan Dean of Architecture, Pratt Institute

Betti Sue Hertz Director, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Sarah Herda Executive Director, Graham Foundation

Brooke Hodge Deputy Director, Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum

Craig Konyk Architect Reed Kroloff Former Director, Cranbrook Academy of Art Jayne Merkel Architecture critic Signe Nielson Landscape architect

Craig Hodgetts Architect Walter Hood Landscape Architect David Meckel Director, Research and Planning, CCA

Sarah Herda Director, Graham Foundation Reed Kroloff Former Director, Cranbrook Academy of Art Edward Lifson Architecture critic Robert McAnulty Architect Ben Nicholson Architect

Kimberli Meyer Director, MAK Center for Art & Architecture

Donna Robertson Former Dean, IIT School of Architecture

John Parman Design writer

Raymond Ryan Curator, Heinz Architectural Center

Meredith wade

DIEGO CABALEIRO

Joan Ockman Historian and critic, Columbia University

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Kyong Park Artist

Simon Sadler Architectural historian

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Lucas Rossi DESIGN INTERN kmtshali@archpaper.com

Anne Rieselbach Program Director, The Architectural League

Roger Sherman Architect

Zoe Ryan Architecture & Design Curator, Art Institute of Chicago

William Stout Publisher

Elizabeth Smith Curator and author

Warren Techentin Architect

Julie Snow Architect

Henry Urbach Curator, Architecture & Design

Martha Thorne Executive Director, Pritzker Architecture Prize

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Terence Riley Former Director, Miami Art Museum Ken Saylor Designer Darius Somers Designer, David Adjaye Associates

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Andrew Zago Architect

Michael Speaks Dean, University of Syracuse

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