The Network Architecture Lab is an experimental unit at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation that investigates the impact of digital technology, telecommunications and changing sociocultural condition on architecture, the city, and society.

I have been involved with the lab since 2010, currently working on a project in collaboration with MAPOffice in Hong Kong that will be featured in the upcoming Uneven Growth exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.

In addition, I am currently involved in assisting with a related studio course taught in SP 2014 semester at the Graduate School of Architecture and have previously assisted with related theory courses.

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 The changing notion of value in network culture   Essay, 2010 
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 The changing notion of value in network culture     
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 Network Architecture Lab presentation, MOMA PS1, October 2013     
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 Internal research on game design   Gamification research 
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 Exploring fish farming villages in Hong Kong     
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 Hong Kong construction near the Peak     
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 Minecraft housing     
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 Valerie Portefaix of MAPOffice and Pedro Gadahno, MOMA   Presentation for workshop at the Shenzhen biennial, December 2013 
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 Presentation excerpt     
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 STEEP analysis gamification project   For studio assignments, January 2014