Timeline of Select Projects | Index of Projects

Title Year(s) Field Description
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater, Bear Run, Pennsylvania 2001 Architecture, North America Flash-based virtual tour of The Kaufmann House, commonly known as Fallingwater, featuring panoramas mapped onto a plan of the house and grounds
Robert Moses and the Modern City 2007 Urban Planning, Architecture, North America Designed as an online resource for the three-part exhibition Robert Moses and the Modern City, this website includes an interactive map of the works of Robert Moses in New York City, an extensive collection of photographs, and text on each exhibition.
Modern Architecture of Chicago 2009 Architecture, North America Highlights in this photographic survey of late-19th and 20th-century architecture in Chicago, IL include iconic structures by Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Frank Gehry, and Rem Koolhaas, plus the Museum of Science and Industry, the last remaining building from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.
A Collection in Context: The Hispanic Society of America 2012 Museology, North America Concerned as much with the museum as an institution as with the objects contained within it, this digital monograph is constructed around a virtual tour of the Hispanic Society galleries, recreating the museumgoer experience carefully orchestrated by the Society's founder, Archer Milton Huntington.
The American Southwest 2013 Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, North America Photographed in New Mexico and Arizona, this collection features a range of art and architecture, from pre-Columbian Native American settlements and Spanish Colonial mission churches to Modern Navajo architecture and contemporary Southwestern art.
History of Architecture - Real Virtual, Representing Architectural Time and Space 1999-2005 Architecture, Africa, Asia, Europe, North America This History of Architecture Web site is designed to support undergraduate education by focusing on interactive panoramas as a method of expanding the options for classroom presentations of architectural subjects.
Computational Tools for Modeling, Visualizing and Analyzing Historic and Archaeological Sites 2001-2004 Architecture, Africa, Europe, North America This project aimed "to create new computational tools" for for studying historic structures and archaeological sites, then to compile the data into a database and educational website. Featured locations include Amheida, Egypt; Monte Polizzo, Italy; Thulamela, South Africa; Beauvais Cathedral, France; and St. John the Divine, New York City.
Art Humanities Teaching Resources 2000-2014 Architecture, Painting, Sculpture, Europe, North America This companion site to Art Humanities serves as a repository for instructor resources and briefings.
Seneca Village Project 2011 (additions to earlier site built by James Conlon) Urban Planning, North America Formed in 1998, the Seneca Village Project is focused on the study of a 19th-century African-American and Irish-immigrant community that was located in today's Central Park in New York City and on its commemoration in an educational context.
Goddess, Heroine, Beast: Anna Hyatt Huntington's New York Sculpture, 1902-1936 2013-2014 Sculpture, North America An online catalog for the Wallach Art Gallery exibit of the same name
Andy Warhol, "Colored Campbell's Soup Can" 2000 Painting, North America Collection of 19 images of Warhol's Campbell's Soup Can paintings
Andy Warhol, "Thirteen Most Wanted Men" 2000 Painting, North America Collection of 21 images of Warhol's "Thirteen Most Wanted Men" installation at the 1964 New York World's Fair
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine 1999 Architecture, North America Images and panoramas of this Neo-Gothic New York church plotted on a floorplan.
Art Humanities Migration 2014-2015 Europe, North America All materials from the original Masterpieces of Western Art website are now hosted on the Columbia College Core Office's website for greater consistency with the other Core classes.