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Picker Center, Columbia University
School of International and Public Affairs

As part of a comprehensive replanning of the ground floor of Columbia’s 1970 SIPA building, BFA converted a former 2,000 sf utility space into a new home for an elite mid-career master's degree program.

The resulting suite contains offices, a reception area, and a first-class combination conference and seminar room. The interior design, including a custom conference table and classic modern furniture, complements the midcentury modern architecture of the original building, designed by Harrison and Abramovitz.

Picker Center, Columbia University
School of International and Public Affairs

New York, NY

Picker Center, Columbia University
School of International and Public Affairs

As part of a comprehensive replanning of the ground floor of Columbia’s 1970 SIPA building, BFA converted a former 2,000 sf utility space into a new home for an elite mid-career master's degree program.

The resulting suite contains offices, a reception area, and a first-class combination conference and seminar room. The interior design, including a custom conference table and classic modern furniture, complements the midcentury modern architecture of the original building, designed by Harrison and Abramovitz.