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Mumbai Dharavi: Scenarios for Development By Columbia University
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Often called Asia´s largest slum, Dharavi is a vibrant community of approximately 700,000 people located in the heart of Mumbai, India´s commercial capital. The Urban Design Studio 2009... More > spent an intensive week working closely with the community in Dharavi, trying to understand the issues involved from the point of view of the residents as well as the entire city. The studio then conducted further research and developed possible development scenarios. Community leaders and activists from Dharavi as well as experts from New York came to the studio to provide feedback. The results of this work are presented in this publication with the hope of contributing to the dialogue about critical issues in informal settlements today.< Less
MICD East 2011_Summary Report By Columbia University GSAPP
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Summary Report: Mayors' Institute on City Design East 2011, hosted by Columbia University GSAPP.
MICD East 2011_Full Report By Columbia University GSAPP
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Full Report - Mayors' Institute on City Design East 2011, hosted by Columbia University GSAPP.
Rotterdam:Between Breuer & OMA By Columbia University GSAPP Joint Studio Fall 2008
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This publication is a complilation of the work of Fall 2008 Columbia University Architecture/Preservatiuon Joint Studio. Included is a short history of the development of Rotterdam after the 1940... More > German bombardment which left much of the historic center destroyed. Here are 11 student proposals for new development on the busy Coolsingel in the heart of Rotterdam. The challnge of the work is to present a design strategy that will compliment the city, and balance two monuments, Marcel Breuer's post war De Bijenkorf Department store, and a proposed muliti-use structure by OMA that presents an alternative to the typical skycraper.< Less
ASPERN VIENNA:SCENARIOS FOR DEVELOPMENT By Columbia University GSAPP Urban Design Studio Spring 2009
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The eight studies present diverse perspectives on approach to processing peripheral conditions and integration of changes in the geo-political landscape of peri-urban Vienna. It was a search for new... More > urban paradigms, supplemented by the application of new infrastructural and ecological programs, without loosing sight of social and cultural necessities. Each scenario offers a platform to discuss and debate Vienna’s periphery and its future as a principal metropolis within Europe.< Less
ASPERN VIENNA:SCENARIOS FOR DEVELOPMENT By Columbia University GSAPP Urban Design Studio Spring 2009
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The eight studies present diverse perspectives on approach to processing peripheral conditions and integration of changes in the geo-political landscape of peri-urban Vienna. It was a search for new... More > urban paradigms, supplemented by the application of new infrastructural and ecological programs, without loosing sight of social and cultural necessities. Each scenario offers a platform to discuss and debate Vienna’s periphery and its future as a principal metropolis within Europe.< Less
GSAPP Columbia University Portfolio | AAD By Raul Garcia-Moncada
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Columbia University GSAPP NYP Spring 08 Booklet By Alain Salomon Gaelle Breton
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Columbia University GSAPP New York / Paris Program Spring 2008 Design Studio Booklet Alain Salomon + Gaelle Breton
A User's Guide to the Fall Kill Creek By PAUSE et al.
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This guidebook offers ideas for Poughkeepsie citizens to get involved in revitalizing the Fall Kill Creek.
Reflections on the Columbia Disorders of 1968 By David Truman
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David B. Truman (1913 –2003) was an eminent political scientist and prominent academic administrator. In April 1968, he was the vice president and provost of Columbia University when... More > students seized five buildings at the university. The occupation became frontpage news around the country and the lead story on the nightly news. More than 20 years later, he recorded his reflections on those events and their broader context. He wrote in continuing sadness about the disintegration of a great university, having learned first-hand that a university is an extraordinarily fragile institution. His is a lesson for the ages.< Less