Jeffrey Inaba is the Director of C-Lab, an architecture, policy and communications think tank at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and the Features Editor of Volume Magazine. Previously, Rem Koolhaas and he co-directed the Harvard Project on the City, a research program investigating contemporary urbanism and planning worldwide, and before starting INABA, he was a principal of AMO, the research consultancy founded by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. In addition to being a faculty member at Columbia, Inaba has taught at UCLA, Harvard and SCI-Arc. He serves on the Mayor’s Design Advisory Panel in Los Angeles and as an advisor to several private institutions. Inaba received Master of Architecture with Distinction and Master in Design Studies degrees from Harvard University. INABA has been published in The Financial Times, FRAME, Mark Magazine, Urban China, Domus, Art Review, Artforum, The New York Times, Archinect and BLDGBLOG.