Category: Urban Ecology Studio

UDL Concludes New Rochelle Study

by | May 30, 2014

The Urban Design Lab (UDL) announces its most recent publication, titled Alternative Futures for New Rochelle: The Next Generation Live/Work City. This comprehensive urban study was sponsored by the City of New Rochelle in order to help devise alternative spatial strategies for a series of development clusters located in its downtown. The project proposes to transform New Rochelle from a mainly commuter […]

GSAPP Graduate Students Present Final New Rochelle Proposals

by | December 4, 2013

In December, the ongoing Urban Design Lab (UDL) strategic development studies for the City of New Rochelle hosted the final design review of projects from the joint Urban Ecology Studio between Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. Under the direction of UDL Director Richard […]

Redesigning “Urban Green”: Urban Ecology Studio

by | September 12, 2009

Engineering and architecture students gathered for their first studio class in September 2009, eager to meet the challenge of Nilda Mesa, then-Assistant Vice President of Columbia University’s Office of Environmental Stewardship, to start at home: how to make Columbia University produce 50 percent less waste, use 50 percent less energy, and consume 50 percent less […]

Go Green East Harlem Studio: Food Security and Urban Agriculture.

by | January 30, 2009

This joint architecture and engineering studio proposing innovative environmental projects for East Harlem was presented to the GoGreen meeting convened by then-Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer in January 2009. This was the sixth such studio taught by Patricia Culligan of Columbia University’s Fu School of Engineering and Applied Science and Richard Plunz of the Graduate […]