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Mariami Maghlakelidze

Mariami Maghlakelidze is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP. She is a founder of MAG Lab Design, working on the intersections of architecture, ecology, art, and material science. Her work as a researcher at the Natural Materials Lab at Columbia GSAPP focused on evidence-based scientific research in biophilic design to quantify its significant potential for health outcomes. She previously worked at WVU’s School of Design and Community Development to study the impacts of biophilic greenspaces on healthcare environments. She has participated in the European Union’s International Research “BlueHealth” as a researcher and data collector, studying the links between environment, climate, and health. Maghlakelidze’s work has been exhibited in the art galleries and published in various contemporary art and scientific journals.

Mariami received a Master’s of Science Degree from Columbia GSAPP, where she received the William Kinne Fellowship. Additionally, she holds Master’s degrees in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University with honors and from the Estonian University of Life Science. She has received the Erasmus Mundus Fellowship from the University of Lisbon and Nordnatur Grant for the University of Copenhagen. Her teaching background includes studio and elective courses taught at the Hiller College of Architecture and Design at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of New York.


Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4105‑10 Fall 2023
Advanced Studio V
Aad rham yaoxiao fa23 scenario
Arch rham maghlakelidze yingxidong fa23 exteriorperspective
Arch rahmandmaghlakelidze jixuanli fa23 render
Philippe Rahm, Mariami Maghlakelidze
600 / 700 AVERY