Urban Design Studio I: Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, Columbia University


Event: The Sharing Movement

Category : BLOG, EVENTS · No Comments · by June 7, 2016

The 5 Borough Studio is not the only ones interested in the physical manifestation of sharing. See these two events as part of the Storefront for Architecture’s Manifesto series:

Urban Design Lecture Series

Category : BLOG, EVENTS · No Comments · by June 10, 2015

This summer’s urban design events series starts with a panel discussion on public housing -its past, present and future- moderated by Noah Chasin.

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5 Borough Studio at the Ideas City Festival

Category : BLOG, EVENTS · No Comments · by May 21, 2015

On May 30th, the 5 Borough Studio will participate in the street program at the Ideas City Festival, a three-day event in and around the New Museum in New York.

As part of the Institute for Public Architecture’s booth, we will present our work from last summer including our investigation “What is Home?” and together with the IPA and our “fellow fellows”, we will continue the discussion asking “What is Public?”. Stop by any time on Saturday May 30th between 10am and 6pm.

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Total Reset

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Total Reset

Images from the exhibition closing event of Total Reset in Sugar Hill with 500 “postcards from home” collected over the…

Total Reset

Category : BLOG, EVENTS · No Comments · by June 26, 2014

Some images of the opening of Total Reset from Wednesday, June 25th. The exhibition will continue through August 10th and the collection of “postcards from home” will be growing until then.

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Photos by Christian Hansen, courtesy Institute for Public Architecture

If you build it

Category : BLOG, EVENTS · No Comments · by June 15, 2014

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The 5 Borough Studio is among the first-ever Institute for Public Architecture Fellows. In residence this summer in Harlem as part of No Longer Empty’s “If You Build It” exhibition, the Fellows will develop four innovative research and design proposals for public and affordable housing in New York. The residency, exhibition, and public programs continue the IPA “Total Reset” series on housing. As part of the residency, the studio will investigate the relationship between “housing” and “home” and “what makes New York City a home?”. We will do this through a series of postcards from home, drawn and written collaboratively with a wide variety of New Yorkers.

The exhibition, curated by No Longer Empty in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities will be installed in BHCs newest building, an affordable housing development, designed by architect David Adjaye in Sugar Hill in Harlem. Exhibits will occupy the apartments of the almost complete building prior to its residents moving in.

Come to the opening on June 25th, 7-9pm at 155th Street & St Nicholas Avenue

 

Postcards from the Future of New York City

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Postcards from the Future of New York City

columbia university, new york city, NY exhibition [8/1/2013 – 8/19/2013] su 2013 design team: e. jackson, k.le, k.kühl, t. martin,…

FINAL REVIEW: Applied Systems 8/8

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FINAL REVIEW: Applied Systems 8/8

Spaces That Matter

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Spaces That Matter

The lecture “Spaces That Matter” will begin at 12:30PM in Avery 114. Speakers include: CLAIRE WEISZ Founding Partner at WXY…

New Directions in Coastal Resilient Design Strategies

Category : BLOG, EVENTS · No Comments · by July 22, 2013
New Directions in Coastal Resilient Design Strategies

The lecture “New Directions in Coastal Resilient Design Strategies” will begin at 12:30PM in Avery 114. Speakers include: GUY NORDENSON…