Idenburg is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia University’s Graduate School for Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) and a Design Critic at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard. Previously he held the position of Visiting Lecturer at the School of Architecture at Princeton University. He is a frequent lecturer, panelist and critic at universities and institutes throughout the U.S. and abroad. His writings appear regularly in magazines such as Abitare, Domus, A+U, and Mark Magazine. In his teaching he has been exploring the role of architecture in different social cultural and economical conditions. Part of this research is the subject of a book Idenburg edited, “Learning from Japan”, published by Lars Mueller Publishers in 2009.