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Mumbai's Eastern Waterfront By Urban Design Studio
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The Urban Design program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation has a commitment to engage in the most pressing global issues of our time.... More > Mumbai’s Eastern Waterfront (EWF) was selected as the 2010 Studio site as issues such as rapid urban growth, inequity in access to physical, economic and social infrastructure, environmental sustainability, and complexity of stakeholder relationships converge here. The studio challenged its diverse and international student body to engage with these realities and produce ideas that could contribute positively to the current debate about the future of the EWF.< Less
Mumbai's Eastern Waterfront By Urban Design Studio
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The Urban Design program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation has a commitment to engage in the most pressing global issues of our time.... More > Mumbai’s Eastern Waterfront (EWF) was selected as the 2010 Studio site as issues such as rapid urban growth, inequity in access to physical, economic and social infrastructure, environmental sustainability, and complexity of stakeholder relationships converge here. The studio challenged its diverse and international student body to engage with these realities and produce ideas that could contribute positively to the current debate about the future of the EWF.< Less
Kingston Harbour: Development Transects By Urban Design Studio
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The Urban Design Program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is committed to engage the most pressing global urban issues of our time.... More > Kingston’s Harbour was selected as a 2010 Spring Studio site because it lies at the convergence of many of these issues. Included are rapid urban growth; inequity in access to physical, economic and social infrastructure; environmental sustainability; and complexity of stakeholder relationships. The studio challenged a diverse and international student body to engage with these realities and produce ideas that could contribute positively to the current debate about the future of Kingston and its Port areas.< Less
Kingston Harbour: Development Transects By Urban Design Studio
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The Urban Design Program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is committed to engage the most pressing global urban issues of our time.... More > Kingston’s Harbour was selected as a 2010 Spring Studio site because it lies at the convergence of many of these issues. Included are rapid urban growth; inequity in access to physical, economic and social infrastructure; environmental sustainability; and complexity of stakeholder relationships. The studio challenged a diverse and international student body to engage with these realities and produce ideas that could contribute positively to the current debate about the future of Kingston and its Port areas.< Less
Peripheries In Transition: Bordeaux 3.0 & the Rocade By Urban Design Studio
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2013 - BORDEAUX VIENNE KUMASI - PERIPHERIES IN TRANSITION [Barbara Chénot Camus] In 2013, responding to the invitation of Vincent Feltesse, Columbia University Urban Design program dedicated... More > its studio on Bordeaux ring road : the Rocade. This final report presents the 4 projects realized in the framework of the spring studio and exhibited in May 2013 at Columbia University in New York. In December 2011, Vincent Feltesse, President of Bordeaux Agglomeration (CUB) gave a presentation at Columbia University for the opening of the « Mayors Institute on City Design »1 workshops dedicated to sustainable urban design. The two successive speeches of the deputy mayor of the city of New York, Cas Holloway, and CUB President highlighted in a startling shortcut, both the shared convictions on the role of the metropolis in developing new urban policies to face climate change, and the differences of approaches from each side of the Atlantic. This very gap was of interest for the Urban Design Program.< Less
Defensible Space By Urban Design Studio
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This investigation evaluates the effects of the "defensible space" strategies undertaken by the Design Department of the New York City Housing Authority over the past 25 years. Its primary... More > focus has been a survey of six NYCHA developments which have undergone defensible space interventions within the past two decades.< Less
Defensible Space By Urban Design Studio
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This investigation evaluates the effects of the "defensible space" strategies undertaken by the Design Department of the New York City Housing Authority over the past 25 years. Its primary... More > focus has been a survey of six NYCHA developments which have undergone defensible space interventions within the past two decades.< Less
Designing Patch Dynamics By Urban Design Studio
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In the summer of 2002, Drs. Steward T.A. Pickett, Mary L. Cadenasso, and J. Morgan Grove, scientists from the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES), approached Brian McGrath at the Urban Design Program at... More > Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) with an innovative cross-disciplinary collaborative opportunity. Funded by the National Science Foundation’s Long-Term Ecological Research Program (LTER), the BES brings together researchers from a variety of social and biophysical science disciplines to engage in data collection, education, and community outreach. Their primary goal is to understand and explain metropolitan Baltimore as a complex ecological system. In an intrepid and prescient next step for BES and LTER, Drs. Pickett, Cadenasso and Grove put forth the radical proposition that urban designers can help to break new ground in the field of ecology and that current ecosystem science would enliven our own design milieu.< Less

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