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Apr 28, 2017

GSAPP Urban Planning Faculty News

Malo Hutson joins GSAPP Urban Planning Faculty

Urban Planning Scholar and Practitioner Malo Hutson is appointed Associate Professor at Columbia GSAPP

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (Columbia GSAPP) is happy to announce that Dr. Malo Hutson will join its faculty as Associate Professor of Urban Planning in September 2017.

Malo Hutson Associate Professor at Columbia GSAPP

Professor Hutson is a widely-recognized scholar, teacher, and practitioner whose research at the intersection of urban planning and health inequities is of profound relevance in the planning of today’s cities across the United States, and around the world. Professor Hutson’s specific focus on community development and urban equity, racial and ethnic inequalities and urban policy, as well as the built environment and health renders him a leader shaping the field of planning. At Columbia GSAPP, Professor Hutson joins Dean Amale Andraos and Urban Planning Director Weiping Wu in reinforcing the School’s commitment to sustainable development and social justice by providing students with the resources to develop sustainable and healthy communities for the future.

Building on its strong and influential legacy, Columbia GSAPP’s Urban Planning Program is receiving renewed focus under the direction of Weiping Wu, with recent faculty appointments including Hiba Bou Akar and Leah Meisterlin, and Visiting Professor Kian Tajbakhsh. Dr. Hutson contributes 20 years of experience working nationally and internationally on community-centered projects that improve the economic, environmental, political, and social well-being of urban residents. His research and writing have been recognized by numerous awards and grants, and his most recent book, The Urban Struggle for Economic, Environmental, and Social Justice: Deepening Their Roots (Routledge, 2016), explores the efforts by coalitions of residents, community leaders, unions, and others to resist displacement as a result of neighborhood change and gentrification.

Alongside his academic work, Dr. Hutson is co-founder of The NIAM Group, which develops policy recommendations for local government and leads community engagement for local development projects. As an expert leader in the areas of community development, environmental justice and urban health, he was invited to participate in the Obama Administration’s White House Forum on Environmental Justice, has advised the PEW Charitable Trusts and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Impact Project, and conducted the community engagement process for the Oakland Unified School District, among many other projects.

Dr. Hutson received his Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning from the School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and earned both his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Master of City Planning degrees from the University of California at Berkeley. Prior to joining Columbia GSAPP, Malo Hutson was an Associate Professor and the Chancellor’s Professor of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley, where he also served as the Associate Director of the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning (IURD) and Chair of the Urban Studies Program. In addition, Dr. Hutson is an alumni of the Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholars Program where he was a fellow at the University of Michigan’s Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health within the School of Public Health.

Mar 8, 2017

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Exhibition

Liam Young: New Romance opens March 30 at Ross Architecture Gallery

Opening Reception and Discussion
March 30, 2017, 6:30pm

The Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (Columbia GSAPP) presents Liam Young: New Romance, the first U.S. solo exhibition of speculative architect, artist, and filmmaker Liam Young.

Presenting three new short fiction films—In the Robot Skies (2016), Where the City Can’t See (2016), and the debut of Renderlands (2017)—the exhibition charts Young’s recent explorations of cinematic narrative as a form of architectural representation and design. Liam Young: New Romance is on view from March 30 through May 13, 2017.

Liam Young: New Romance

Thursday, March 30
6:30pm, Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
Panel Discussion with Liam Young, Cristina Goberna, Julia Kaganskiy, Tim Maughan, and Irene Sunwoo
7:30pm, Ross Gallery, Buell Hall

Opening Reception
Friday, March 31, 7:00pm
e-flux, 311 E. Broadway
I Spy with my Machine Eye, audio-visual performance by Liam Young

The three films are screened on a loop in a purpose-built cinema inside the gallery. The installation also includes specialized props developed by Young, as well as materials and research that helped shape the fictional worlds encompassed in each film.

Liam Young has emerged as one of the most distinctive and adventurous voices in contemporary architecture. At the core of his multidisciplinary practice is a continuous interrogation of the present realities of cities. Through research expeditions, documentary film and photography, storytelling, and performance he extrapolates and exaggerates existing networks, systems, and technologies to imagine possible future urbanisms.

The exhibition reveals Young’s emerging engagement with narrative film—and in particular world building, the design of a cinematic universe in which a narrative evolves—as an architectural medium. The exhibited films also demonstrate his ground-breaking experimentation with new technologies. Young deploys autonomous drones (In the Robot Skies), manipulates laser scanning and data (Where the City Can’t See), and mines the digital detritus of the global industry of outsourced renderings (Renderlands) to create new worlds where speculative scenarios unfold. Harnessing fiction and visualization technologies to craft urban imaginaries, the trio of films expand our understanding of how architectural design can uncover potential urban futures.

Feb 20, 2012

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Event

Columbia University hosts “Building Intelligence Project” Think Tank in Toronto, Canada

Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) will present the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP) seventh international think tank on Mar 8, 2012, at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto, Canada. Leading educators, architects, engineers, fabricators, contractors, owners, and other industry experts will gather to explore solutions that could change the building industry for the better as part of the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP). C-BIP works with the premise that we cannot change the future of the architecture/engineering/construction industry without transforming the education of future leaders, which begins with a renewed engagement between academia and industry.

The Columbia Building Intelligence Project is made possible by the generous support and collaboration of Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™.

Canada is the source for an abundance of material, manufacturing and production-related resources used by the North American building industry. The efficiency of supply pipelines—coupled with the sustainable use of natural resources—is a concern central to the future of the global building industry. Canada’s flow of materials such as metals, timber and minerals, coupled with an expanding sustainable agricultural and power industry, provide the building industry economy with a steady supply of the tools and elements of development. Unique to Canada is the extent of consolidation, based on traditional financial models, that at the national scale provide a vibrant snapshot of global flows of resources. At the Toronto C-BIP think tank entitled “Vectored Resources”, the critical roles of material suppliers, manufacturing, production and global supply chains in the construction of the built environment will be explored through a study of how these vectors manifest in the Canadian industry.

Participants have been asked to rethink the future of the building industry in four 60-minute sessions of short presentations followed by roundtable discussions. The first session, “Materials + Process”, will analyze raw materials and material processing and the methodologies involved in procuring and delivering them to the building industry. The second session, “Assemblies + Systems”, will focus on the integration of manufactured components into systems for deployment into elements of the built environment. Session three, “Design + Development”, will explore methods of developing performative design through rethinking the construction process. The final session, “Development + Policy”, will attempt to relate urban policy vectors to the establishment and development of supply chain efficiencies.

Among the speakers and moderators who will participate are:

PHILLIP ANZALONE Director, Building Science and Technology Sequence, Columbia University GSAPP/ Moderator; JAMES BARRETT National Director, Integrated Building Solutions, Turner Construction Company; MICHAEL BROOKS Former CEO, Real Property Association of Canada, Adjunct Professor Real Estate, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University; VISHAAN CHAKRABARTI Marc Holliday Associate Professor of Real Estate Development, Columbia University GSAPP/Moderator; PETER CLEWES Principal, architectsAlliance; RODOLPHE EL-KHOURY Principal, Khoury Levit Fong, Associate Professor, University of Toronto School of Architecture; BILLIE FAIRCLOTH Director of Research, KierenTimberlake; EDWIN B. HATHAWAY CEO, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™; GREGORY HOWELL Founder, Managing Director, Lean Construction Institute; BRANKO KOLAREVIC Associate Dean, Professor, Chair, Integrated Design, University of Calgary; JOHN MALLIE Partner, SHoP Construction; SCOTT MARBLE Partner, Marble Fairbanks, Director of Integrated Design, Columbia University GSAPP/Moderator; LIAT MARGOLIS Professor, University of Toronto School of Architecture; ROB McMONAGLE Senior Advisor, The Green Economy, City of Toronto; DARYL NEATE Director Sustainability, Oxford Properties; OLIVER NEUMANN Associate Professor, University of British Columbia; LIVIO NICHILO P. Eng, Engineering Manager, Internat Energy Solutions Canada Inc.; PINA PETRICONE, Principal, Giannone Petricone Associates, Professor, University of Toronto School of Architecture; JEFF RANSON Senior Associate Sustainability, The Innovolve Group Inc., Operations Manager, Sustainable Buildings Canada; ALBERT RENAUD President, Ainsworth; RANDY SA’D Strategic Development, Harbourfront Centre; PAUL SHEEHY Regional Manager, Tremco Roofing; ROBERT SIMMONS CEO, ConXtech, Inc.; ALEX WALTERS Senior Manager, The Living City Campus at Kortright; JANE WELSH A/Project Manager, City of Toronto, MARK WIGLEY Dean, Columbia University GSAPP; MARY CAROL WITRY Chief Operating Officer, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™/Moderator.

Columbia Building Intelligence Project – Toronto Think Tank – March 8, 2012
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery at Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (416) 973-4949. www.thepowerplant.org
Sponsored by Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: CBIP@arch.columbia.edu

6 Feb 2012

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Event

Columbia University hosts “Building Intelligence Project”
Think Tank in Brooklyn, New York

New York, February 6, 2012 – Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) will present the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP) sixth International Think Tank on February 24, 2012, at the powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, New York. Leading educators, architects, engineers, fabricators, contractors, owners, and other industry experts will gather to explore solutions that could change the building industry for the better as part of the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP). The event is an open dialogue that simultaneously pushes today's industry leaders to think differently and informs educators on trends that could transform how the next generation of professionals is educated. C-BIP works with the premise that we cannot change the future of the architecture / engineering / construction industry without transforming the education of future leaders, which begins with a renewed engagement between academia and industry. The Columbia Building Intelligence Project is made possible by the generous support of Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™.

The C-BIP Brooklyn Think Tank, entitled “Vectored Development” is open to the public, by reservation, and will take place on February 24, 2012, from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm at powerHouse Arena, 37 Main Street, in Brooklyn, New York, (718) 666-3049. www.powerhousearena.com.

Participants have been asked to rethink the future of the building industry in four 60-minute sessions of short presentations followed by roundtable discussions. The first session, “The Specialization of Practice” will focus on the spawning of new consultancies, as diverse as facades, energy, environment and acoustics and the extent to which the AEC industry is becoming increasingly defined by specialized tasks that extend far beyond the traditional triangle of practice made up of architects, engineers and contractors. The second session, “The Design of Design Software” will explore the gaps in architectural software and how they can best be addressed. Session three, “Building Accountability” will examine the increasing amount of data and planning now required to account for a building's energy efficiency and sustainability. The final session, “Buildings: Infrastructure: Cities” will look at the realignment of working and living environments to meet the demands for more end user requirements, performance and government regulations that are poised to change the way we view energy and carbon in the built environment.

Among the speakers and moderators who will participate are:

PHILLIP ANZALONE Director, Building Science and Technology Sequence, Columbia University GSAPP/ Moderator; JAKE BARTON Principal and Founder, Local Projects; DAVID BENJAMIN Director, Living Architecture Lab, Columbia University GSAPP/ Moderator; SHANE BURGER Director of Design Technology, Woods Bagot; AGNES CHUNG Creative Technologist, New York Times; PEGGY DEAMER Principal, Deamer Architects, Professor, Yale School of Architecture; DAVID FANO Partner, Case; EDWIN B. HATHAWAY CEO, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™; WIILIAM HORGAN Principal, Grimshaw Architects; JESSE KEENAN Director, CURE, GSAPP Columbia University; LAURA KURGAN Director, Spatial Information Design Lab, Columbia University GSAPP/ Moderator; NADINE MALEH Architect, Community Solutions; SCOTT MARBLE Partner, Marble Fairbanks; Director of Integrated Design, Columbia University GSAPP / Moderator; MUCHAN PARK Designer, Kohn Pedersen Fox; WILL PICKERING Principal, Parallel Development Ltd.; S.BRY SARTE Principal, Founder, Sherwood Design Engineers; CRAIG SCHWITTER Managing Director for North America, Buro Happold; MARC SIMMONS Partner, Front Inc.; MARK WIGLEY Dean, Columbia University GSAPP; MELISSA WRIGHT-ELLIS Chief of Staff, Division of Energy Management, Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS).

Columbia Building Intelligence Project – Brooklyn Think Tank – February 24, 2012 powerHouse Arena, 37 Main Street, Brooklyn, New York, (718) 666-3049. www.powerhousearena.com

Sponsored by Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: CBIP@arch.columbia.edu

Columbia Building Intelligence Project – Schedule

1:00 PM – 1:15 PM
Introductions
Mark Wigley, Dean, Columbia University GSAPP
Edwin B. Hathaway, CEO, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™
Phillip Anzalone, Chair, C-BIP International Think Tank
Scott Marble, Partner, Marble Fairbanks; Director of Integrated Design, Columbia University GSAPP

1:15 PM – 2:15 PM
Panel 1: The Specialization of Practice
Moderator: Scott Marble, Partner, Marble Fairbanks; Director of Integrated Design, Columbia University GSAPP
Shane Burger, Director of Design Technology, Woods Bagot
Peggy Deamer, Principal, Deamer Architects, Professor, Yale School of Architecture
Marc Simmons, Founding Partner, Front, Inc.

2:15 PM – 3:15 PM
Panel 2: The Design of Design Software
Moderator: David Benjamin, Director, Living Architecture Lab, Columbia University GSAPP
Jake Barton, Principal and Founder, Local Projects
David Fano, Partner, CASE
Will Pickering, Principal, Parallel Development Ltd.

3:15 – 3:30 Break

3:30PM – 4:30 PM
Panel 3: Building Accountability
Moderator: Laura Kurgan, Director, Spatial Information Design Lab, Columbia University GSAPP
Agnes Chung, Creative Technologist, New York Times
Jesse Keenan, Director, CURE, Columbia University GSAPP
Nadine Maleh, Architect, Community Solutions
Muchan Park, Designer, Kohn Pedersen Fox

4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Panel 4: Buildings: Infrastcruture: Cities
Moderator: Criag Schwitter, Managing Director for North American Buro Happold
William Horgan, Principal, Grimshaw Architects
S. Bry Sarte, Principal, Founder, Sherwood Design Engineers
Melissa Wright-Ellis, Chief of Staff, Division of Energy Management, Department of Citywide
Administrative Services (DCAS)

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Reception
C-BIP is a three-year pilot project comprised of local and international Think Tanks along with the Integrated Design Studios (IDS) and research seminars at the GSAPP. The project was launched in the fall of 2009, with a Think Tank in New York followed by Think Tanks in London, Tokyo and Stuttgart. The Think Tanks act as a catalyst to establish a broad foundation for the C-BIP Integrated Design Studio that takes place each spring. As a pioneer of digital design and one of the leaders in contemporary thought in architectural education, Columbia University GSAPP is dedicated to fostering discussion and debate about the future of the architecture/engineering/construction industry through academic research and professional instruction in order to develop the next generation of industry leaders. Exploring new forms of industry collaboration is the key to a successful future and will lead to a renewed connection between designers and builders.

More information about C-BIP and previous Think Tanks can be found at: www.arch.columbia.edu/c-bip

Previously:

31 Jan 2011

Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) Event

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY HOSTS “BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT” THINK TANK IN NEW YORK

New York, January 31, 2011 – Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) will present the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP) fourth International Think Tank on February 18, 2011, at The Center for Architecture, in New York City. Leading educators, architects, engineers, fabricators, contractors, owners, and other industry experts will gather to explore solutions that could change the building industry for the better as part of the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP). The event is an open dialogue that simultaneously pushes today’s industry leaders to think differently and informs educators on trends that could transform how the next generation of professionals are educated. C-BIP works with the premise that we cannot change the future of the architecture/engineering/ construction industry without transforming the education of future leaders, which begins with a renewed engagement between academia and industry. The Columbia Building Intelligence Project is made possible by the generous support of Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™.

The C-BIP New York Think Tank, entitled “(Re)Searching Knowledge” is open to the public, by reservation, and will take place on February 18, 2011, from 9:30 am–5:00 pm at The Center for Architecture, Tafel Hall, located at 536 LaGuardia Place, New York City (212-683-0023). http://cfa.aiany.org

Participants have been asked to re-think the future of the building industry in four 90-minute sessions of short pecha-kucha style presentations followed by roundtable discussions. The first session, “Design/Integrate” will focus on relationships and potential conflicts between design as a creative act and the industry trend toward high levels of integration even at the early stages of building projects. The second session, “Interoperability / Interactivity” will explore the PlaNYC mandate to reduce the carbon footprint of New York City by 30% by 2030 and addresses the broader technical, professional and political issues of sharing information and integrating data when city agencies, industry professionals and the citizens of an entire city are challenged to collectively achieve a measured goal. Session three, “Exploration/Exploitation” will examine the novel use of computational tools like simulation and optimization to explore both quantitative and qualitative aspects of design and construction. The final session, “Virtual/Physical” will look at the differences and distinct advantages of virtual working environments and physical face-to-face contact in the context of building industry collaboration.

C-BIP is a three-year pilot project comprised of local and international Think Tanks along with the Integrated Design Studios (IDS) and research seminars at the GSAPP. The project was launched in the fall of 2009 with a Think Tank in New York followed by a second in London in June 2010, and a third in Tokyo in November 2010. The Think Tanks act as a catalyst to establish a broad foundation for the C-BIP Integrated Design Studio that takes place each spring. As a pioneer of digital design and one of the leaders in contemporary thought in architectural education, Columbia University GSAPP is dedicated to fostering discussion and debate about the future of the architecture/engineering/construction industry through academic research and professional instruction in order to develop the next generation of industry leaders. Exploring new forms of industry collaboration is the key to a successful future and will lead to a renewed connection between designers and builders.

“The Columbia Building Intelligence Project supports a series of integrated studios and public conversations devoted to advancing the dialogue about the building industry. The aim of the project is to change the very nature of the conversation from one that is highly adversarial to one that is collaborative and to explore new relationships that have the potential to transform the building industry”– Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP.

AMONG THE SPEAKERS AND MODERATORS WHO WILL PARTICIPATE ARE: MICHELLE ADDINGTON Professor of Architecture, Yale School of Architecture / SEAN AHEARN Director, Center for Analysis and Research of Spatial Information, Hunter College / PHILLIP ANZALONE Director, Building Science and Technology Sequence, Columbia University GSAPP; Moderator / JAMES BARRETT National Director of Lean Building, Turner Construction Company / DAVID BENJAMIN Director, Living Architecture Lab, Columbia University GSAPP; Moderator / PHILLIP BERNSTEIN Vice President, Autodesk and Lecturer, Yale School of Architecture / DAVID BURNEY Commissioner, Department of Design and Construction, City of New York / STEVE COLETTA Vice President and Division Head, F.J. Sciame Construction Co. Inc. / TOM EICH Partner, IDEO / NADER FATEH Vice President of Business Development, Esteco / ROBERT FOX Partner, Cook + Fox Architects / EITAN GRINSPUN Associate Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University / EDWIN B. HATHAWAY CEO, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™ / NATALIE JERIMIJENKO Associate Professor of Visual Art, New York University / HANIF KARA Design Director and Co-Founder, Adams Kara Taylor / SHEILA KENNEDY Professor of Practice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture / LAURIE KERR Senior Policy Advisor, Mayor’s Office of Long Term Sustainability, City of New York / AXEL KILLIAN Assistant Professor of Architecture, Princeton School of Architecture / JAMES KOTRONIS Regional Manager, Gehry Technologies / LAURA KURGAN Director, Spatial Information Design Lab, Columbia University GSAPP; Moderator / SCOTT MARBLE Director Fabrication Research and Digital Fabrication Laboratory, Columbia University GSAPP; Moderator / NILDA MESA Director of Environmental Stewardship, Columbia University / JOHN NASTASI Industry Professor and Director of Product-Architecture Program, Stevens Institute / MARK WIGLEY Dean, Columbia University GSAPP / WILLIAM ZAHNER President and CEO, Zahner.

Columbia Building Intelligence Project – New York Think Tank – February 18, 2011
The Center for Architecture (Tafel Hall) / 536 LaGuardia Place, New York City / 212-683-0023
http://cfa.aiany.org
Sponsored by Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: cbip(at)arch.columbia.edu

SCHEDULE

9:30 AM–10:00 AM INTRODUCTIONS
Mark Wigley – Dean, Columbia University GSAPP
Edwin B. Hathaway – CEO, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope™
Phillip Anzalone–Chair, C-BIP International Think Tank

10:00 AM–11:30 AM PANEL 1: DESIGN/INTEGRATE
Moderator: Scott Marble–Director, C-BIP Integrated Studio, GSAPP & Partner, Marble Fairbanks
Phillip Bernstein – Vice President, Autodesk & Lecturer, Yale School of Architecture
Tom Eich – Partner, IDEO
Hanif Kara – Co-Founder, Adams Kara Taylor, Visiting Lecturer, GSD & Professor of Architecture, KTK Stockholm
James Kotronis–Regional Manager, Gehry Technologies

11:30 AM–1:00 PM PANEL 2: INTEROPERABILITY/INTERACTIVITY
Moderator: Laura Kurgan – Co-Director, Spatial Information Design Lab, GSAPP
Sean Ahearn – Director, Center for Analysis and Research of Spatial Information, Hunter College
David Burney – Commissioner, Department of Design and Construction, City of New York
Robert Fox – Partner, Cook + Fox Architects
Natalie Jeremijenko – Associate Professor of Visual Art, NYU
Laurie Kerr – Senior Policy Advisor, Mayor’s Office of Long Term Sustainability, City of New York
Nilda Mesa – Director of Environmental Stewardship, Columbia University

1:00 PM–2:00 PM LUNCH

2:00 PM–3:30 PM PANEL 3: EXPLORATION/EXPLOITATION
Moderator: David Benjamin – Director, Living Architecture Lab at GSAPP
Nader Fateh – Vice President of Business Development, Esteco
Eitan Grinspun – Associate Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University
Sheila Kennedy – Professor of Practice, MIT School of Architecture
Axel Kilian – Assistant Professor of Architecture, Princeton School
of Architecture

3:30 PM–5:00 PM PANEL 4: VIRTUAL/PHYSICAL
Moderator : Phillip Anzalone – Director of Building Science and Technology Sequence, GSAPP
Michelle Addington – Professor of Architecture, Yale School of Architecture
James Barrett – National Director of Lean Building, Turner Construction
Steve Coletta – Vice President and Division Head, F. J. Sciame Construction
John Nastasi – Industry Professor and Director of Product-Architecture Program, Stevens Institute
William Zahner – President and CEO, Zahner

5:00 PM–7:00 PM RECEPTION

More information about C-BIP and previous Think Tanks held in New York, London and Tokyo can be found at: www.arch.columbia.edu/c-bip

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