A GLOBAL REPORT FROM THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PRESERVATION
Architecture and Representation: The Arab City
Angela Davis in conversation with with Dean Amale Andraos and Gwendolyn Wright, Thursday, November 20.
MOS's Lali Gurans orphanage and library in Kathmandu wins the Holcim Foundation's Silver Award for sustainable construction.
Sundays with Andrew Dolkart, in the New York Times
Angelo Bucci delivers the annual Kenneth Frampton Endowed Lecture.
Tatiana Bilbao and Frida Escobedo in conversation with Galia Solomonoff.
New work by Grimshaw Architects, with responses by Amale Andraos, Lise Anne Couture, and Laurie Hawkinson, October 29.
Congratulations to Kate Orff and the Living Breakwaters team, recepients of the 2014 Fuller Challenge
Judith Edelman (1923–2104)
"Housing Beyond the Market: Learning from Berlin, New York, and Zurich," Friday, October 24
50 Years of Historic Preservation at GSAPP
Sundial: Radical Imaginaries in an Afro-Future City, Friday, October 10, noon
"Environmental Communications: Contact High"
Leading thinkers on ownership, design, and digital culture, Friday, October 3.
Announcing The Avery Review
The Studio-X Global Network presents a simultaneous film festival in Amman, Istanbul, Mumbai, and New York City
Events Director Gavin Browning (MSUP '08) introduces the Fall 2014 GSAPP Core Events Series
Architectural Digest on Amale Andraos' appointment as the next Dean of GSAPP
Amale Andraos Appointed Dean of Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
On Tuesday, July 1, GSAPP launches the latest book on materials edited by Michael Bell and Craig Buckley—this time, on plastics.