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Eran Chen

Tue, Oct 3, 2023    11am

Eran Chen, AIA, is the Founder and Executive Director of ODA and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP.

This event is organized by the M.S. in Real Estate Development Program at Columbia GSAPP and open to Columbia University affiliates with a valid University ID.

Since establishing ODA in 2007, Eran Chen has earned a reputation for mold-breaking designs that will deliver a better urban future. Having completed more than 50 buildings in just over a decade, he has become one of the most prolific architects in New York. Chen’s work has been widely published around the world and recognized by the AIA, the Society of American Registered Architects and others. In addition to guest lecturing globally, Eran is also an Adjunct Professor at both Columbia University and New York University.

His recent projects include the renovation of the former Postkantoor in Rotterdam, an urban plan in Chicago, and the conversion of a defunct parking garage into a public park and class A office building in Buenos Aires. His writings on architecture have been published in ODA’s book, Unboxing New York.