Pulsation in Architecture

A symposium to mark the publication of Eric Goldemberg’s book, Pulsation in Architecture, brought together the book’s contributors with Columbia University GSAPP faculty in order to discuss the evolution of the digital design culture, originally spawned at Columbia’s GSAPP program in the early 90s.

Panelists included Bernard Tschumi, Hernan Diaz Alonso, David Benjamin, Ali Rahim, David Ruy, Ferda Kolatan, Matias del Campo, and Mark Gage. Moderated by Galia Solomonoff and Eric Goldemberg.

This book release/symposium was organized into two main suites: the first half was focused on a kind of generational self-reflection, looking back at the school throughout the 1990s and into the present. The second half looked at formal continuities (and discontinuities) between today and the GSAPP of the 1990s.


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