Gauri Bahuguna

Instructor Adjunct

Gauri Bahuguna is a computational designer and researcher based in New York. In her current role at SITU Research, Gauri makes complex human rights cases accessible to wider audiences by wrangling large and diverse datasets into visually compelling interactive web platforms or videos. Gauri holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Columbia University, New York (2017) and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University’s GSAPP (2020). 

Gauri's CV is available here

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