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A laboratory that uses the latest technology in an off-label way to foster architectural understanding both inside and outside the discipline.
A trans-disciplinary research and design space focused on reconceiving how we live with death in the metropolis.
Through design methods and research aided by new technologies and media, this lab explores the spatial topologies of the African continent and its diaspora.
The Housing Lab brings together faculty and students from across the disciplines represented at the School and Columbia University at large to leverage expertise around some of the most critical challenges facing urban housing today.
The Natural Materials Lab promotes equitable design using natural, low-carbon, and nontoxic building materials.
A lab that develops, through research, practice, and pedagogy, alternatives to current post-conflict planning and reconstruction projects.
A research unit in collaboration with Columbia University’s Earth Institute that addresses the need for a design-based approach to shaping the long range future of sustainable urbanism.