Brigitte Cook

Brigitte Cook is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Historic Preservation program at Columbia GSAPP, a registered architect and LEED accredited professional practicing in New York with the firm PBDW Architects since 2008. During her career she has managed complex cultural and educational projects, integrating new design and technologies into significant historic institutions. Recent projects include the Park Avenue Armory and the New-York Historical Society. She continues to research the development of institutional architecture and its place in cities experiencing rapid change. Her work investigates ways to incorporate digital techniques into field documentation while critically evaluating the issues of precision and construction tolerances. She graduated from Columbia University with a dual degree Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Historic Preservation. Upon graduation, she was awarded the Outstanding Design Insight award for her thesis “Renwick Inside Out”.


Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4744 Fall 2017
Digital Visual Techniques for Historic Preservation
Brigitte Cook Mini - HP Only
202 Fayerweather
M & TH 9 AM- 11 AM
SES A (9/5- 10/20)
1.5 Points
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