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Eric Liftin: NYC Adventures in Mass Timber

Thu, Mar 24    12:30pm

NYC Adventures in Mass Timber

A lecture by Eric Liftin MArch ‘94, founder of MESH Architectures.

Eric Liftin founded MESH Architectures in 1997 as a hybrid architectural practice spanning the physical and virtual. MESH has designed a wide range of projects, large and small, residential and commercial. The firm explores new materials and technologies, such as sustainable design (such as passive house), mass timber, LED lighting, and digital interfaces. MESH has a reputation for luminous spaces with new translucent materials. The firm has developed residential real estate with the goal of creating beautiful, high-performance buildings tailored to contemporary urban family life. Liftin holds an M.Arch from Columbia and a BA in Literature from Yale.

Organized by the M.S. in Real Estate Development Program at Columbia GSAPP.