Samuel Ray Jacobson is a New Haven-based artist and designer. His work has been appeared in Artforum, NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, the Boston Globe, Interior Design, New York Times Magazine, Elle, InStyle.com, Fast Company’s Co.Design, ArchDaily, the Providence Journal, and Blast Magazine.
NADAAA, Inc., Boston, MA, US, Designer
CD, CA: Hinman Research Building rehabilitation and adaptive reuse, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia (citation: 2011 PA award);
Pre-SD, SD, DD, CD, CA: Cocktail Culture exhibition design, Museum of the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island;
SD, DD, CD: Samsung Raemian Model Home Gallery, Seoul, Korea (candidate: 2012 PA award).
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, Masters, History, Theory, and Criticism of Architecture and Art
Rice University, Houston, TX, Bachelors, Architecture
MITx Fellowship, Scholarship
MIT ODGE GLSG Grant, Grant
To initiate a SMArchS event series at MIT
MIT Course 4 Graduate Fellowship, Scholarship
Start-up funds for Underfun, a Houston-based research initiative focusing on color and the adaptive re-use of marginal spaces produced by transportation infrastructure
ArCH Foundation Grant, Grant
Supporting grant for Underfun, a Houston-based research initiative focusing on color and the adaptive re-use of marginal spaces produced by transportation infrastructure
Full-funding for ColorCycle, a student-initiated, campus-wide public art project at Rice University