Avery Hall & Global Facilities

Avery Hall

1172 Amsterdam Avenue

New York, NY 10027

The School is located in its own building, Avery Hall; in the adjacent building, Fayerweather Hall; in the Avery Extension, which connects the two; and in Buell Hall, directly south of Avery Hall. This complex houses design studios, classrooms, computer studios and computer labs, lounges, exhibition galleries, fabrication facilities, audiovisual facilities, a slide library, a photography dark-room, a three-hundred-seat auditorium, and a seventy-seat lecture hall.

Buell Hall

1172 Amsterdam Avenue

New York, NY 10027

Columbia University's Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture, housed at Buell Hall, was founded in 1982. Its mission is to advance the interdisciplinary study of American architecture, urbanism, and landscape. A separately endowed entity within the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, it sponsors research projects, workshops, public programs, publications, and awards.

Buell Center Website

Laboratory for Applied Building Science (L.A.B.S.)

153 Schermerhorn Extension Hall
1190 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027

The Laboratory for Applied Building Science combines the latest technology and equipment for digital fabrication with traditional tools for wood, metal and plastic. Within the walls of the lab itself, as well as in the classroom and in the laboratory of New York City, GSAPP students continue to challenge the given methodologies of software and hardware in order to apply digital tools to their research, rather than the reverse. The integration of CNC fabrication into parametric modeling, BIM and other organizational hierarchies has challenged working models of fabrication at the scale of the prototype as well as the building, offering a level of complexity and specificity thought to be impossible until recent years.

Amman Lab at the Columbia Global Center

5 Moh'd Al Sa'd Al-Batayneh Street

King Hussein Park

P.O. Box 144706

Amman, Jordan 11814

GSAPP’s Amman Lab, with studio workshop, seminar room, offices and exhibition space, opened within the Columbia Global Centers – Middle East in March 2009 and has acted as the site for studies of city planning processes, engaged historic preservation projects, architectural design studios in the historic downtown, and urban planning studios in the poorer neighborhoods in East Amman. GSAPP teams are collaborating with the city to restore a historic house that will act as the downtown Studio-X Amman.

Studio-X Beijing

A103, 46 Fangjia Hutong,

Andingmen Inner Street,

Dongcheng District

Beijing, China, 100007

GSAPP’s Studio-X Beijing opened in March 2009 in a large factory building in a new art zone near the historical center of the city. The site is host to visiting studios, workshops, symposia, exhibitions and events that attract audiences between 100 and 300 people. A series of high profile and high energy activities in the unique old town hutong space have established Studio-X Beijing’s reputation as a place for the exchange of ideas and experimental thinking about the future of cities.

Studio-X Mumbai

Kitab Mahal

192, D N Road

Fort Mumbai, India 400 001

Studio-X Mumbai opened its doors to the public in February 2011 and has quickly become a major hub of vibrant debate. Located on the 4th floor of the Kitab Mahal building near the Victoria Terminus railway station in historic downtown Mumbai, Studio-X Mumbai explores the built environment by hosting a variety of events that address issues such as contemporary architectural practice, sociology, public art, and the impact of technology on the city.

Studio-X New York

180 Varick Street, Suite 1610

New York, New York 10014

GSAPP’s Studio-X New York was established in New York in summer 2008 in a lower Manhattan industrial building in a neighborhood largely occupied by creative industries. It quickly became a major node of activity in the city. During the day, an ever–changing array of people work in collaborative teams on exhibitions, reports, books, magazines, competitions, seminars, and workshops. In the evening there is a great density of events, with lectures, debates, launches, performances, and exhibition openings.

Paris Lab / Reid Hall

Reid Hall
4, rue de Chevreuse
75006 Paris, France

During the spring term, NY/Paris students live and study in Paris— their studio and classes held at Reid Hall, located n the Center of the Montparnasse District. Reid Hall is owned and administered by Columbia University, and is located on the rue de Chevreuse near the Luxembourg Gardens. The building is open every day and available for student use until midnight. The original building was constructed in the early eighteenth century. It now has a 4,000 volume library, classrooms, studio space, reading rooms, administrative offices, and an interior courtyard garden.

Studio-X Rio de Janiero

Praça Tiradentes, 48

Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil 20060-070

In March 2011, Studio-X Rio opened its space in a beautiful townhouse located at Praça Tiradentes, a square in the city’s historic downtown, where professionals, academics, students, public and nonprofit organizations, leaders, artists, entrepreneurs and the public confront our most pressing urban challenges. 

Tokyo Lab

3-15-4 Shibaura, Minato-ku

Tokyo, Japan

The Tokyo Lab occupies spaces at both Kurakawa's Capsule Tower, and SANAA's multi-purpose building in Minato-ku.

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