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Gabriel
KOZLOWSKI


Bio

Projects

- competitions -

Shanghai Railway Station Area

Brazil Antarctic Station

City Hall Várzea Paulista

Rio 2016 Olympic Park

Rome Vertical Spa

Athens Olympic Museum

Gondwana

- commissions -

Industry Airport

University Dwelling

BETA building

Annex Jardim Botânico

Tensegrity Pavilion

- research -

The World According
to Architecture

OfficeUS

Waterfly

Privatization Dossier

Temporary Foldable Shelter

- academia -

Framing Dispersal:
Urban Strategies for Mexico City's Sprawl

Meadowlands' Logistics Park

South Boston as a resilient
neighborhood

Densification and upgrade of
university buildings

Geography of the Economic
Clusters


Videos


Books

Framing Dispersal:
Urban Strategies for Mexico City's Sprawl

Geography of the Economic
Clusters

Tensegrity of Bamboo

Entre - Interviews with
Architects

About

Contact

Awards








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Gabriel Kozlowski is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Architecture at MIT,
and works with Hashim Sarkis as a Research Associate at MIT’s Center for Advanced Urbanism.

Previously, Gabriel was a Research Assistant and Project Leader at the SENSEable City Lab,
and a Researcher for the OfficeUS exhibition (the American pavilion in the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale),
where he contributed to the publications “OfficeUS Agenda” (2014) and “OfficeUS Atlas” (2015).

Gabriel interned for CAMPOaud (Brazil), Mecanoo Architecten (The Netherlands), and Organization
for Permanent Modernity (US), worked as an architect for DG – Architecture and Planning (Brazil),
and was founder of the student collective ENTRE, with which he published the book
“Entre – Entrevistas com Arquitetos por Estudantes de Arquitetura” (ENTRE - Interviews with architects
by architecture students) (2012).

Gabriel holds a professional degree in Architecture and Urbanism from PUC-Rio, Brazil,
and a Master of Science in Urban Design from MIT, where he was awarded the “Department of
Architecture Graduate Fellowship” (2013-2015) and the “Master of Science Prize for Thesis” (2015).