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GSAPP Gathering in Mumbai

Tue, Mar 12    6pm

Please join Columbia GSAPP Dean Andres Jaque and Associate Dean of Alumni Leah Cohen for a very special gathering in Mumbai. We invite alumni to join us alongside our newly admitted GSAPP students for a private walkthrough and tour of IFBE followed by a private reception.

With gratitude to Arjun Malik ‘05 MSAAD

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About IFBE
The 140-year-old Ambico Ice Factory is located in Ballard estate, the heart of Mumbai’s heritage precinct. The project reimagines the space as IF.BE (Ice Factory Ballard Estate), as an organism that merges art, exhibition, events, performances, gatherings, food, and design. Essentially it is a space for encounter, organized within beautiful but aging structures surrounding a large Banyan tree. IFBE is committed to becoming a national platform that connects the grassroots to the urban communities and engages with private and public institutions alike to promote the core values of sustainability, responsible activism and empathy (only with this can we look beyond our own needs to acknowledging and planning for the needs of society and our planet as a whole) and fostering inclusiveness and interconnectedness through themes that resonate with visitors, participants and curators alike.

Learn more about the project and Malik Architecture here.