Kadambari Baxi is a professor of practice in architecture at Barnard College, Columbia University.
Baxi’s projects address climate, activism and advocacy in architecture. She works collaboratively, forming teams or initiating partnerships on a project basis. Most recently, she and her interdisciplinary team of designers, filmmakers, and scientists created a multimedia project, Air Drifts, on global air pollution, which was exhibited at the Oslo Architectural Triennale. Baxi is a cofounder of the advocacy group WBYA?, or Who Builds Your Architecture?; the group’s work was the subject of a solo show at the Art Institute of Chicago and Boston Architecture College. A short film, Climate Actions 2.0, which screened at the recent Seoul Architecture Biennale featured her ongoing work on global climate summits and climate litigation.