Adam Vosburgh


I’m Adam, and I’m interested in architecture as a software system, the critical use of geospatial data to describe the built environment, and the representation of architecture in interactive digital media.

Currently I am the Assistant Director for the M.S. Computational Design Practices program at the Columbia GSAPP, I’ve been teaching a course about mapping for researchers with architecture and humanities backgrounds at the Columbia GSAPP, and I gave a workshop at the Barnard Computational Science Center about visualizing geospatial data in 3d.

Less recently I have exhibited cartographic visualizations at the Fondation Cartier and the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale, and research about embodied energy at MoMA.

I used to work as an architect, at SANAA in Tokyo, and Office for Metropolitan Architecture in New York.

I received my M. Arch from Columbia GSAPP with the Honor Award for Design and Visualization, and my B.A. in Architecture from UNC Charlotte.

Feel free to get in touch at adam.vosburgh at columbia dot edu.