Adam Vosburgh is an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the
M.S. Computational Design Practices program at Columbia GSAPP. He is
interested in architecture as a software system, the critical use of geospatial data
to describe the built environment, and the representation of architecture in
interactive digital media.
His work has been exhibited at the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale, MoMA,
GA Gallery, and is in the permanent collection of the Fondation Cartier.
Previously, Adam worked as a junior architect at SANAA in Tokyo, and Office for
Metropolitan Architecture in New York.
Adam received his M. Arch from Columbia GSAPP with the Honor Award for
Design and Visualization, and his B.A. in Architecture from UNC Charlotte.