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Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library is the world’s leading architecture library, located in Avery Hall, and houses the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, the most comprehensive periodical index in the field.

Founded in 1990, the Gallery produces original exhibitions that explore new architectural practices, research, and ideas. Through its collaborations with architects and artists, historical investigations, and public programs the gallery fosters creative projects and scholarly inquiries that enrich and expand GSAPP’s culture of experimentation and critical thinking. All exhibitions and programs at Ross Gallery, located in Buell Hall on the Columbia University campus, are free and open to the public.

See also Columbia GSAPP exhibitions in all locations.

The newly remodeled Making Studio combines fabrication, 3D printing, robotics and multi-modal making, rapid prototyping, digital cutting and tooling, alongside a space for large-scale mock-ups and experimentation. Cross-program workshops and 24-hour access enable students to explore, stage, tinker, reuse, and adapt.
Re-opened in 2019, this laboratory enables cutting-edge research in preservation digital technology, materials science, and aesthetics.