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#urbandesign portfolio by Class of 2019 MSAUD graduate Lorena Galvão @loregalvao.

Title: 3x4
Specifications: 96pp, Paperback
Dimensions: 7.875
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#urbandesign portfolio by Class of 2019 MSAUD graduate Lorena Galvão @loregalvao. Title: 3x4 Specifications: 96pp, Paperback Dimensions: 7.875" x 10.125" x 1/4" Visit link in profile to view the complete selection of #gsappurbandesign portfolios. #columbiagsapp #urbanism

#urbandesign portfolio by Class of 2019 MSAUD graduate Richard Chou @rchou81.

Title: Richard Chou
Specifications: 58pp, Paperback
Dimensions: 8.5
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#urbandesign portfolio by Class of 2019 MSAUD graduate Richard Chou @rchou81. Title: Richard Chou Specifications: 58pp, Paperback Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 1/4" Visit link in profile to view the complete selection of #gsappurbandesign portfolios. #columbiagsapp #urbanism

#architectureportfolio by Class of 2019 MArch graduate @emilywincypo.

Title: In Tension
Specifications: 320pp, Paperback
Dimensions: 8.5
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#architectureportfolio by Class of 2019 MArch graduate @emilywincypo. Title: In Tension Specifications: 320pp, Paperback Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 1" Visit link in profile to view the complete selection of #GSAPPAAD and #gsappmarch portfolios. #columbiagsapp #architecture #flipthrough #portfolio #book #graphicdesign

#architectureportfolio by Class of 2019 MArch graduate Kevin Hai @Kevin.on_earth. 
Title: Kevin Hai
Specifications: 365 pp, Paperback
Dimensions: 8.5
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#architectureportfolio by Class of 2019 MArch graduate Kevin Hai @Kevin.on earth. Title: Kevin Hai Specifications: 365 pp, Paperback Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 1 1/8" Program: Master of Architecture Visit link in profile to view the complete selection of #GSAPPAAD and #gsappmarch portfolios. #columbiagsapp #architecture #urbandesign #flipthrough #portfolio #book #graphicdesign

#architectureportfolio by Class of 2019 MSAAD graduate Maxwell Martin @pmaxwellmartin. 
Title: Narrative
Specifications: 332pp, Paperback
Dimensions: 8.5
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#architectureportfolio by Class of 2019 MSAAD graduate Maxwell Martin @pmaxwellmartin. Title: Narrative Specifications: 332pp, Paperback Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 1 3/16" Program: MSAAD Over the next few days, we’ll be showcasing portfolios from the Master of Architecture, Advanced Architectural Design, and Urban Design graduates. Visit link in profile to view the complete selection of #GSAPPAAD and #gsappmarch portfolios. #columbiagsapp #architecture #urbandesign #flipthrough #portfolio #book #graphicdesign

#architecturerenderings by Oscar De Leon @oscarudeleon and Jean-Pierre Villafañe @skemongo completed during the Architecture as (Green) Infrastructure and Other Hypotheses for São Paulo Advanced VI Architecture Studio led by Pedro Rivera @pedroriv @rua_arquitetos.

The studio focuses on Parque Dom Pedro II, an area that summarizes how São Paulo has historically related to its landscape, waters, and public spaces throughout its development. Students examine this site as a critical and unique area to raise new hypotheses by exploring the relationships between architecture, infrastructure, landscape, and ecology. The studio looks at Brazilian and international case studies and investigates the Escola Paulista to imagine how its principles can be reframed, shifting from modern and monofunctional to green and hybrid infrastructures, to inspire urban architectures that combine resilient ways of thinking about the built environment with bold strategies supporting the right to the city. 
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#architecturerenderings by Oscar De Leon @oscarudeleon and Jean-Pierre Villafañe @skemongo completed during the Architecture as (Green) Infrastructure and Other Hypotheses for São Paulo Advanced VI Architecture Studio led by Pedro Rivera @pedroriv @rua arquitetos. The studio focuses on Parque Dom Pedro II, an area that summarizes how São Paulo has historically related to its landscape, waters, and public spaces throughout its development. Students examine this site as a critical and unique area to raise new hypotheses by exploring the relationships between architecture, infrastructure, landscape, and ecology. The studio looks at Brazilian and international case studies and investigates the Escola Paulista to imagine how its principles can be reframed, shifting from modern and monofunctional to green and hybrid infrastructures, to inspire urban architectures that combine resilient ways of thinking about the built environment with bold strategies supporting the right to the city.

#obliquesectiondrawing by Kachun Alex Wong @kachunalex completed during the Advanced IV
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#obliquesectiondrawing by Kachun Alex Wong @kachunalex completed during the Advanced IV "Landscape in a Lab: Institute for Innovative Food" Studio led by Lindy Roy. Food is a keystone practice in our culture with a disproportionately large effect on our relationship to the natural world. These radical technical innovations in food production force a redefinition of distinctions between natural and manmade and a reimagining of ourselves as a species. As the laboratory potentially supplants the field, and terms local and regional become obsolete, does the concept of place still exist? What gives a location specificity? Exploration of these new technologies provides this studio with a lens through which to view Newburgh and the Hudson Valley and to speculate on the future of food production through the development of an Institute for Innovative Food. #columbiagsapp #architecture #food #foodproduction #hudsonvalley #newburgh

#architecturerenderings by @Zhongqi_Fu, Mengxi Liang @maple_lmx, and Xia Wang completed during the “Rural City: Post Occupation of the Depleted Territories” Advanced VI Architecture Studio led by Juan Herreros @estudioherreros.

This studio sets out to explore the techniques, models, and methods with which to rethink and redesign the re-occupation of the rural territory. The program gives thought to the fate of the between-city territories if the current and future exodus to major urban conglomerates condemns them to a picturesque mythological reading and a feigned use, driven by a fascination with and nostalgia for “the authentic” which has been left behind. The studio asserts that the rural is the new holistic laboratory for architecture to explore the future where all the ingredients of the present can/needs to be re-described, re-invented, and implemented without the heavy immobilism of the big city. 
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#architecturerenderings by @Zhongqi Fu, Mengxi Liang @maple lmx, and Xia Wang completed during the “Rural City: Post Occupation of the Depleted Territories” Advanced VI Architecture Studio led by Juan Herreros @estudioherreros. This studio sets out to explore the techniques, models, and methods with which to rethink and redesign the re-occupation of the rural territory. The program gives thought to the fate of the between-city territories if the current and future exodus to major urban conglomerates condemns them to a picturesque mythological reading and a feigned use, driven by a fascination with and nostalgia for “the authentic” which has been left behind. The studio asserts that the rural is the new holistic laboratory for architecture to explore the future where all the ingredients of the present can/needs to be re-described, re-invented, and implemented without the heavy immobilism of the big city. #columbiagsapp #architecturestudio #city #rural

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"[Re]Flow Can Tho" by #urbandesign students Shivani Agarwal @shivani1237, Hsin Yi Chao, Greg LeMaire, and Tanaya Kadam @tanayakadam completed during the Urban Design Studio III, Resilient Cities: Water Urbanism in Can Tho, Vietnam and Pune India directed by Kate Orff @scape studio with Geeta Mehta, Dilip Da Cunha, Thaddeus Pawlowski, Julia Watson, and Linh Pham. In their words "Can Tho was built on top of an ever-changing, watery, delta landscape. This delta is sinking as urbanization consumes more groundwater and the sources of groundwater recharge such as wetlands are diminished. This culture that has traditionally lived with water, is being disconnected from it by rapid urbanization and a focus on land and road based development. By introducing a new system of urban water flow over the existing city fabric, [Re]Flow reimagines how Can Tho lives with water. A network of canal-like spillways will be cut through existing overbuilt roads, reviving a lost system of tandem road and

#sectiondrawing and #aerialview by Helen Winter completed during the Core II Architecture Studio
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#sectiondrawing and #aerialview by Helen Winter completed during the Core II Architecture Studio "Archive of Absence: A Gradient of Life and Death" led by Karla Rothstein @studiorothstein @latentnyc @gsappdeathlab. This studio studies strategic change—spatial and temporal transformations within a dense, collective civic body, and immersive individual experiences. Ritual human occupations, precise materiality, and formal calibration produce a spectrum of perception and participation across time. Work is optimistic in the pursuit of elevating public life within NYC through projects that are impactful in the face of diverse contemporary realities. Projects reinvent how public space can support shared life and death in the city, while buoying Sara Delano Roosevelt Park’s diverse existing occupations programs. Interwoven with these activities are new forms of cemetery suitable for the 21st century city. #columbiagsapp #architecture #archive #death #publicspace

Ethan Bennett and Andrea Pompili recently presented
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Ethan Bennett and Andrea Pompili recently presented "The Kharon Set" during the #midreview for the Urban Palimpsets Studio led by Karla Rothstein @studiorothstein @latentnyc. Studio projects translate the existing programs of #saradelanorooseveltpark, interweaving public activities with a new sustainable cemetery for the 21st century city. In their words: "Contemplation of death is an inherently recursive act; life and death depend upon each other as a source of meaning. For this intervention, we propose an ultralight structure, formed through recursive geometries, that juxtaposes the static stillness of death with the dynamic activities of life. Using energy produced by the biomass of the deceased, this project illuminates and expands the site’s existing program of athletic facilities, enabling living users’ bodies to physically benefit from those left behind by the dead." Guest critics included @SunilBald, @eric.bunge @narchitects pllc, Ignacio G. Galen @nachoglezgalan,

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The "For Your Entertainment" Advanced Architecture Studio led by Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo & Mecky Reuss @pedroyjuana featured a site model of the project site - FDR #fourfreedomspark. Guest critics included Thomas de Monchaux @de.monchaux, Marco Ferrari @mariofaranda @studio folder, Jerry Figurski, Victoria Oeye, Umberto Ricci @butrome, @lauragonzalezfierro @studiofierro, and @canksucuoglu. This studio looks into and at architecture that was created to support leisure activities. It studies how leisure has changed over time, what happens when architecture is put on display, and what being "on display" means for architecture. It also explores the possibility of objects to engage with current political issues. #columbiagsapp #architecture #midreview #gsappaad

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