the network architecture lab @
the columbia university
graduate school of architecture, planning, and preservation
Directed by Kazys Varnelis, the Network Architecture Lab is an experimental unit at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation that embraces the studio and the seminar as venues for architectural analysis and speculation, exploring new forms of research through architecture, text, new media design, film production and environment design. Specifically, the Network Architecture Lab investigates the impact of telecommunications, digital technology, and changing social demographics on architecture and urbanism.
The Netlab is currently is in a long-planned process of updating this site. Much of this involves back-end work, but by the end of January, the site will look both familiar and different while hosting a great deal more content. Bear with us as the site gets updated!