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Latin American and Caribbean Laboratory

Director: Clara Irazábal, PhD
Project Coordinator: Alejandro de Castro Mazarro

The Latin American and Caribbean Laboratory (Latin Lab) serves as an intellectual platform for research, educational, and service initiatives related to architecture and urban planning in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Based at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), the Lab aims to become a leading laboratory for the study of the built environment and community development in LAC and its diasporas and a premier resource to assist in the just and sustainable transformations of LAC territories and communities. The Lab's primary lines of work are Migration and Ethno-Urbanism, Urban Resilience and Upgrading, and Transnational and Regional Planning.

Contact

The Latin Lab is located at 208 Buell Hall, Columbia University, at 1172 Amsterdam Avenue, New York (NY) 10027. For inquiries, please contact us at latin-lab@columbia.edu, or at +1 (212) 854-3414.

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