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Studio-X Amman
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Studio-X Amman is a regional platform for experimental design and research run by Columbia GSAPP and the Columbia Global Centers | Amman. Through workshops, lectures, screenings, and field visits, Studio-X Amman brings together Columbia GSAPP students and faculty with practitioners, researchers, and students from the Arab World to critically reflect on the role of architectural education and practice in areas of conflict.
Studio-X Beijing
Studio-X Beijing
Studio-X Beijing is an active research platform dedicated to the exchange of ideas and experimental thinking about the future of cities. Its scope extends regionally to include Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and other cities throughout China and East Asia.
Studio-X Istanbul
Studio-X Istanbul
Studio-X Istanbul is an urban laboratory that aims to identify the current and future issues facing the city and seeks to generate innovative forms of thinking for their solutions. It opened in November 2013 and develops free events that foster discussion on the built environment and research projects that generate new forms of sharing the urban public space.
Studio-X Johannesburg
Studio-X Johannesburg event
Studio-X Johannesburg further deepens Columbia's longstanding relationship with South Africa and fosters new collaborations across the African continent. It is a creative research platform that explores alternative imaginaries of the city, focusing on the future of global connection.
Studio-X Mumbai
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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 Rio de Janeiro
Studio-X Rio
Since March 2011, Studio-X Rio occupies a three-storey building at Praça Tiradentes, a square in Rio de Janeiro’s downtown area. The space brings together professionals, academics, decision makers, students, and the general public to confront the city's most pressing urban challenges.