he Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University is at the forefront of architectural education, and a leader in the practice and exploration of urbanism and the built environment. From its earliest days, GSAPP has fostered incredible experiments weaving together European artistry and American pragmatism, professional training and liberal education. 

[The GSAPP Incubator](https://www.arch.columbia.edu/research/facilities/4-gsapp-incubator) is a launch pad for new ideas and projects about architecture, culture, and the city. Drawing on Columbia GSAPP guest lecturers, discourse, and studio culture, the Incubator hosts and encourages a wide range of experiments initiated by recent Columbia GSAPP graduates. Targeted projects combine action with discussion at the levels of the university, the city, and local ways of life. The Incubator is anchored by alumni members and projects, and it is part of a broader ecosystem of Columbia GSAPP research and production. 

Organization: [GSAPP](https://www.arch.columbia.edu/)
Year: 2015
Location: New York, NY
Image credit: GSAPP End of Year Show

GSAPP Debates took place at [IdeasCity New York](https://www.arch.columbia.edu/events/797-gsapp-debates-at-ideascity-new-york)
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he Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University is at the forefront of architectural education, and a leader in the practice and exploration of urbanism and the built environment. From its earliest days, GSAPP has fostered incredible experiments weaving together European artistry and American pragmatism, professional training and liberal education. [The GSAPP Incubator](https://www.arch.columbia.edu/research/facilities/4-gsapp-incubator) is a launch pad for new ideas and projects about architecture, culture, and the city. Drawing on Columbia GSAPP guest lecturers, discourse, and studio culture, the Incubator hosts and encourages a wide range of experiments initiated by recent Columbia GSAPP graduates. Targeted projects combine action with discussion at the levels of the university, the city, and local ways of life. The Incubator is anchored by alumni members and projects, and it is part of a broader ecosystem of Columbia GSAPP research and production. Organization: [GSAPP](https://www.arch.columbia.edu/) Year: 2015 Location: New York, NY Image credit: GSAPP End of Year Show GSAPP Debates took place at [IdeasCity New York](https://www.arch.columbia.edu/events/797-gsapp-debates-at-ideascity-new-york)
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