Offsetted, an exhibition at Columbia University’s Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, explores how our society commodifies trees and the unintended consequences thereof.
The art and architecture of Arakawa and Madeline Gins, now on view at Columbia's GSAPP, forces us to rethink how we define art and architecture.
The renowned writer, historian, and teacher has expanded the architectural discipline’s critical and geographic outlook.
"Living in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing" explores the parallel evolution of Wright's and Harlem's built and unbuilt housing designs.
Fearful of Being Seen as Neutral in Turbulent Times, Cultural Institutions Are Striking an Activist Stance
The internal responsibility for an institution to respond is equally met by the very real external pressures generated by what is going on in society.
For decades, students at Columbia University's GSAPP have, under the watchful eye of Kenneth Frampton, made models of some of the most significant buildings of the 20th century. This Thursday, they'll be on display.
Many colleges are working to be more inclusive, but these architecture and design schools are going above and beyond.
With ties to building and academia, the New York firm is forging a new kind of architectural practice.
Taxi rank designed to connect people, businesses, entertainment-- the city itself
Building as repair yard and guild house
Columbia GSAPP redefines the relationship between site and studio by studying public health in three cities
Making a case for the benefits of investing in dense cities
Columbia’s Studio-X, a think tank with labs all over the world, may be a new model for design education.
Using sophisticated mapping technology, these information designers uncover hidden data to expose social injustice.