Columbia Abstract is a yearbook for the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
On this site you will find all the articles that are also contained within the book, available to purchase here.
Urban Design Studio 1: The Five Borough Studio
Architecture + Urban Design, Summer 2012
Kaja Kühl, coordinator, with Skye Duncan, Earl Jackson, Tricia Martin, Michael Piper + Emily Weidehof, critics, with Julie Marin
Learning Cities + Smarter Regions / How do Cities Learn?
Architecture + Urban Design, Fall 2012
Mojdeh Baratloo, coordinator, Lee Altman, Jerome Chou, Dongsei Kim, Christopher Kroner, Sandro Marpillero + Justin G. Moore, critics, with Celine Armstrong, Dan Dobson, Sagi Golan, Ryan Jacobson, Kevin Le + Jun Peng
Urban Planning Ph.D. Program
Urban Planning Ph.D.
Lance Freeman, director
Techniques of Project Evaluation
Urban Planning, Spring 2013
Moshe Adler, instructor
Building Science + Technology, Spring 2013
Davidson Norris, instructor
DIGITALCITY: The Space In-Between
Advanced Architecture Studio 6, Spring 2013
Mario Gooden, critic, with Carson Smuts
The Outdoor Murals of Richard Haas: History, Challenges + Strategies for Preservation
Historic Preservation Thesis, Kenisha Thomas
Claudia Kavenagh, advisor
Three Peripheries in Transition: Kumasi, Bordeaux + Vienna
Architecture + Urban Design, Spring 2013
Richard Plunz, coordinator, Victor Body-Lawson, Barbara Chénot Camus, Michael Conard, Petra Kempf, Geeta Mehta, Kate Orff + Johannes Pointl, critics
Supermodel City 4: Spatial Projections 2050+
AAD Studio, Summer 2012
Keith Kaseman, critic, with Mia Zinni
The Language of Secret Proof: A Notational System as Architectural Expertise in the Jemez Pueblo Land Claim
Critical, Curatorial + Conceptual Practices in Architecture, Thesis, Nina Kolowratnik
Mark Wasiuta, advisor
Fuse: In, Re, De, Pro, Con