Columbia Books on Architecture and the City

The books and magazines published through the Office of Publications at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) are enduring records of the school’s intellectual life. They reflect the diverse strata of the school, ranging from long-term research projects to conferences, exhibitions, labs, and studios. In thinking about architecture and the city, they draw on the knowledge of architects, planners, engineers, computer scientists, artists, politicians, data-visualization specialists, scholars, theorists, and curators, among others. Along with its imprint in partnership with Columbia University Press, the Office of Publications produces pamphlets, journals, and digital periodicals that reflect the activity of architectural thought within the school and beyond its walls.