the network architecture lab @
the columbia university
graduate school of architecture, planning, and preservation
Directed by Kazys Varnelis, the Network Architecture Lab is a think tank at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation that investigates the impact of telecommunications, digital technology, and changing social demographics on architecture, urbanism and society.
The Network Architecture Lab is currently seeking applicants for summer internships to participate in ongoing research projects, exhibitions, and publications. Applicants should be highly talented, self-reliant, and motivated researchers and designers. Contact us here.