Jeffrey Inaba

Director of C-LAB & Assistant Adjunct Professor, Columbia GSAPP
Jeffrey Inaba teaches architectural theory and design studios at Columbia (where he is the founding director of C-Lab) and SCI-Arc (where he and Paul Nakazawa run SCIFI, the Southern California Institute for Future Initiatives); he heads Inaba Projects; and he regularly contributes to a wide variety of publications, not the least of which is Great Leap Forward: The Harvard Design School Project on the City. Inaba is also a co-editor of Volume Magazine, along with Ole Bouman and Mark Wigley.
Elsewhere on the web

Recent posts

10/22/2012
09/08/2012

Installation In Motion

In order to install the Experiments In Motion model, the construction team built out this incredible moving rig allowing the model to be worked on at any desired height before it is raised up to its hanging positon and the table is removed. The installation is slated to be open to the public on Sept 15th at the Old Essex Market (corner of Broome and Essex).

Read more about the rest of the exhibition here.

 
03/20/2012

mengyi-fan:

after the street…

studio exercise #2 drawings

 
03/20/2012

Past Future Cities

 
03/20/2012

mengyi-fan:

master plan exercise - how can we think of the street as an integration with and not a seperation from the built space?

(1) street integrated building
(2) building as street
(3) express system with interchange
(4) local system with interchange
(5) original massing
(6) 40% open space
(7) underground system with street level connections

 
03/20/2012

Experiments in the Grid

 
03/20/2012

Spacesuit Motion

 
03/20/2012

Masterplanning

 
03/20/2012
 
03/20/2012

Experimenting with the Grid