Caitlin Taylor is an architect, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia GSAPP, and co-founder of the New York-based Water Pore Partnership.
Her ongoing projects include Poreform, which is a porous concrete surface and subterranean water collecting system that would enable cities like Las Vegas to both mitigate the effects of and efficiently collect periodic flood waters. She is also working on an investigation into water testing stations in NYC.
Caitlin's work is located at the intersection of architecture, infrastructure, and agriculture, with a particular focus on the legibility of infrastructure in urban landscape.
Caitlin has a degree in Biochemistry and received her Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture. She also teaches at YSOA, and owns and operates an organic vegetable and cut flower farm in East Haddam, Connecticut, where she lives with her family.