A

AIA CES Credits
AV Office
Abstract Publication
Academic Affairs
Academic Calendar, Columbia University
Academic Calendar, GSAPP
Admissions Office
Advanced Standing Waiver Form
Alumni Board
Alumni Office
Anti-Racism Curriculum Development Award
Architecture Studio Lottery
Assistantships
Avery Library
Avery Review
Avery Shorts

S

STEM Designation
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Skill Trails
Student Affairs
Student Awards
Student Conduct
Student Council (All Programs)
Student Financial Services
Student Health Services at Columbia
Student Organization Handbook
Student Organizations
Student Services Center
Student Services Online (SSOL)
Student Work Online
Studio Culture Policy
Studio Procedures
Summer Workshops
Support GSAPP
Close
This website uses cookies as well as similar tools and technologies to understand visitors' experiences. By continuing to use this website, you consent to Columbia University's usage of cookies and similar technologies, in accordance with the Columbia University Website Cookie Notice Group 6
Arch bell gejinzhu fa21 04 room2

Weaving Bridges

The Weaving Bridges is designed as a light-conscious construction of future mobility above the Cross Bronx Expressway, with a syntax of cable-stayed bridge systems. The design intervenes in the expressway to prevent pollution and provide transportation and potential educational benefits for the surrounding communities that cannot afford a vehicle for transportation but suffer from the noise and air pollution. The main program elements include educational events, a study area, and a gallery. To raise health awareness and prevent emissions from the Cross Bronx Expressway, a series of lightweight PVC-PES filter devices are embedded in between the cable-stayed framework.

This project was a collaboration with students from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University to imagine new ways of expanding the intermarriage of social policy and design. It intended to re-envision infrastructure that has harmed the well-being of those who are of color or socioeconomically disadvantaged.