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Fitch Colloquium Ex-Situ: On Moving Monuments – Panel #2 of 3: Political Moves

Fitch Colloquium Ex-Situ: On Moving Monuments – Panel #2 of 3: Political Moves

The act of moving historical buildings to new locations has been part and parcel of modern preservation practice since its origins in the early...
Mind the Gap: Transit Lessons from New York and London - Session 7

Mind the Gap: Transit Lessons from New York and London – Session 7

Thursday, April 11, 2013 Casa ItalianaA CURE. symposium on transportation and development in London and New York organized by Kate Ascher, Columbia University GSAPP, with...
Fitch Colloquium Ex-Situ: On Moving Monuments – Panel #3 of 3: Archival Moves

Fitch Colloquium Ex-Situ: On Moving Monuments – Panel #3 of 3: Archival Moves

The act of moving historical buildings to new locations has been part and parcel of modern preservation practice since its origins in the early...
Mayors' Institute on City Design East 2011 Conference: Day 1

Mayors' Institute on City Design East 2011 Conference: Day 1

How are cities designed? Welcoming note: John Coatsworth, Dean, Columbia University SIPA; Provost, Columbia University Keynote speaker: Cas Holloway, Deputy Mayor, New York City Guest speaker:...
Making A Place for Work

Making A Place for Work

Friday, October 21, 2016SpeakersCarlo Bailey, Design Researcher, WeWork Amanda Ramos, Principal, Gensler James Sanders, Principal, James Sanders + AssociatesModerated by Patrice Derrington, Holliday Professor and Director...
Ecogram IV: China  How Will Super-Sized Cities Feed Themselves?

Ecogram IV: China How Will Super-Sized Cities Feed Themselves?

2011.11.15 http://events.gsapp.org/event/how-will-super-sized-cities-feed-themselves-ecogram-iv-chinaEcogram IV: China is curated by Ioanna Theocharopoulou, Parsons The New School for Design and Jeffrey Johnson, GSAPP, in collaboration with Saskia Sassen, Committee...
Mind the Gap: Transit Lessons from New York and London - Panel 1

Mind the Gap: Transit Lessons from New York and London – Panel 1

Thursday, April 11, 2013 Casa ItalianaA CURE. symposium on transportation and development in London and New York organized by Kate Ascher, Columbia University GSAPP, with...
The Fitch Colloquium 2014 (Part 1)

The Fitch Colloquium 2014 (Part 1)

Saturday, October 18, 2014 Wood Auditorium, Avery HallThe Fitch Colloquium Transformative: Seven Ideas for a New PreservationIn celebration of its 50th anniversary, GSAPP’s Historic Preservation program...
Book: Bernard Tschumi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo in Conversation

Book: Bernard Tschumi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo in Conversation

Thursday, November 29, 2012 Wood AuditoriumBook: Bernard Tschumi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo in ConversationConversation and launch for Bernard Tschumi: Architecture Concepts: Red is Not a Color...
Imprecise Tropics: Camilo Restrepo in Conversation

Imprecise Tropics: Camilo Restrepo in Conversation

Friday, September 25, 2015 1:00pm Ware LoungeCamilo Restrepo in conversation with Barry Bergdoll, Columbia Art History, and Clara Irazábal, GSAPP source