Author Archives: hausman

May 27 2016

Sneak Peaks

We wrap up our month-long look at nature and architecture with a look at one of the newest public parks in New York City. Designed by West 8 landscape architects, the Hills on Governors Island are scheduled to open on July 19—but we’ve got a secret to share with you. Over the course of Memorial […]

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May 17 2016

Architecture in Bloom

In an extension—logical or otherwise—of last week’s post on green architecture, today we’re taking a look at buildings that cite nature as a design influence, as well as at a few structures whose purpose is to provide shelter for collections of exotic fauna.   An abstracted lotus blossom gives form to the ArtScience Musuem in […]

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May 11 2016

Going for the Green

The showers of April have continued—all too vigorously, for some tastes—into May. While this soggy state of affairs can dampen the human spirit, it’s great weather for green architecture. Here’s a mix of built and conceptual projects that we find particularly uplifting on rainy spring days.   The Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects features […]

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May 5 2016

Hausman to Train Next Generation of PR Champs at 2016 AIA Convention

Do YOU have what it takes to be a PR champ? Finding the right balance between digital and traditional communications shouldn’t feel like a slug-fest out of Rocky! Reigning PR champion, TamiHausman, returns to the AIA National Convention for a consecutive year. Along with Brien McDaniel (FXFOWLE) and David Roccosalva (EverGreeneArchitectural Arts), she’ll coach you on how to tell stories that will knock out the competition. Are you ready to rumble?! Mixed Media: Combining […]

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Apr 26 2016

We’re Seeking Professional Help!

Hausman LLC is an award-winning, fast-growing, integrated communications firm based in New York City with a unique specialty in marketing and public relations for global architecture, engineering, and construction firms. We serve all related disciplines in the design industry, and we’re expanding into new industries, such as hospitality. Our focus is impeccable strategic planning, training, […]

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Apr 26 2016

Taking Stock

With tax filings now in the rear-view mirror, it’s possible to have some perspective on the current state of AEC industries. Kermit Baker, the inestimable chief economist for the AIA, offers a positive look forward and back for the architecture business: 2015 was a great year for nonresidential construction activity and generally a good year […]

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Apr 13 2016

Meet the Experts – Four Professionals with One Mission

Prior to joining Hausman LLC, Terese Nguyen developed and managed integrated PR campaigns for global design firms, architecture and design award programs, hospitality groups, and fashion houses. Holding a bachelor’s degree in media and communications and with a strong background in media relations, strategic communications, and writing, Terese brings experience, dynamism, and fresh insight to […]

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Apr 12 2016

Show Me the Money

As the time to pay the piper (aka Uncle Sam) approaches, just about everybody could benefit from a bit of psychological pick-me-up. To that end, we’ve rounded up a curious selection of architecturally-oriented currencies from around the globe. Hopefully, their finely-wrought renderings will help buoy your spirits—if not your savings account. Which raises the question: […]

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Apr 7 2016

Hausman Opens for Kevin Spacey at the 2016 National AIA Convention*

Does balancing digital and traditional communications make you want to crack your head against the Liberty Bell? Avoid defacing a national treasure and join Tami Hausman, along with Brien McDaniel (FXFowle) and David Roccosalva (Evergreene Architectural arts) at the 2016 National AIA Convention in Philadelphia, where you’ll learn how to leverage multiple marketing delivery methods to achieve […]

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Apr 5 2016

Meaningful Contributions

  It’s April, and thoughts turn to taxes—and charitable giving. While it’s too late to reap the benefits of a deduction to eligible organizations in the current filing season, supporting worthy causes throughout 2016 will pay off in both fiscal and feel-good ways. Here, we share a few design-oriented non-profit entities that are deserving of […]

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Mar 22 2016

Marching Forward, Part 3

Wrapping up our March coverage of women in the AEC industries, we’re featuring Fiona Cousins, a mechanical engineer and Principal with Arup. Here, she writes about the price of leadership in the contemporary workplace. What is “all” after all? I’ve spoken to many people about the notion of “having it all” both to satisfy my […]

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Mar 15 2016

Marching Forward, Part 2

Continuing our March focus on women in the AEC industries, we’re featuring Esther Sperber, a New York City-based architect who has written about the relationship between architecture and psychoanalysis. I knew little about the work of an architect when I applied to architecture school, but I clearly remember my excitement when I discovered the design […]

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