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Concrete Heritage: Beleaguered, Besieged, Beloved, Conserved | Susan Macdonald

‘Concrete the most destructive material on earth’. So goes the dramatic title of the Guardian’s March 2019 podcast, launching a week-long investigation of concrete’s...

Good pollution: Smells in museums | Matija Strlič

https://www.arch.columbia.edu/events/2262-good-pollution-smells-in-museums Good pollution: Smells in museums - A lecture by Matija Strlič In a museum environment, smells can be associated with the identity of the place,...

Violet Whitney and Jared Friedman

Urban Data Violet Whitney is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP where she teaches urban data analytics and tangible computing courses. She founded the...

2021 Course Development Prize in Architecture, Climate Change, and Society

This special session with the winners of the 2021 Course Development Prize in Architecture, Climate Change, and Society (https://power.buellcenter.columbia.edu/initiatives/course-development-prize-architecture-climate-change-and-society) was held as a part...

Francesca Russello Ammon

https://www.arch.columbia.edu/events/2167-francesca-russello-ammon Urban Renewal Through Preservation and Rehabilitation Lecture by Francesca Russello Ammon, Associate Professor of City & Regional Planning and Historic Preservation, Weitzman School of Design,...

Nisha Botchwey

https://www.arch.columbia.edu/events/2164-nisha-d-botchwey-ph-d-mcrp-mph Activating Two Decades of Built Environment and Public Health Scholarship through an Equity and Covid-19 Lens Lecture by Nisha Botchwey, Associate Professor of City and...