Columbia University GSAPP

For grad Students, Faculty, affiliates, Alumni of Columbia Universtity School of Architecture Planning and Preservation or anyone interested in getting more information about GSAPP. Please read member guidelines below.

Est. Spring 2007 (The Origional GSAPP facebook group)


The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation of Columbia (GSAPP) offers eight masters degree programs: Master of Architecture; Master of Science Advanced Architectural Design; Architecture and Urban Design; Urban Planning; Historic Preservation; Advanced Architectural Research; Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture; and Real Estate Development. The school offers two doctorate programs in Architecture and Urban Planning. With an enrollment of 650 students from some 55 countries, its leadership role is to act as a laboratory for testing new ideas about the possible roles of designers in a global society. It cultivates an invitation for all of the disciplines devoted to the built environment to think differently, to move beyond the highest level of professional training to open a creative space within which the disciplines can rethink themselves in order to find new settings, new forms of professional, scholarly, technical, and ethical practice. www.arch.columbia.edu

Member guidelines.
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