[Aaron] Jacobson [of FAAN], now 31, spent “a lot of time imagining space” as a child in Cleveland, Ohio, and remembers being ecstatic when his parents gave him graph paper, which he’d fill with blueprints for dream houses. He studied architecture at Washington University in St. Louis and received his master’s degree from University of Toronto before moving to Beijing to work for a small Chinese firm. A half-year later...he first tried his hand at garments... — New York Times
"Jacobson’s early sketches were more architectural drawings, the only visual language he spoke. (“I was even cutting sections through them, and blowing up details to try to explain the construction,” to the bewilderment of his pattern-makers, he says.)"
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