Work that sits between object theories and cultural histories. Fun with scale, experiments with narrative, investigations into economic systems. Some queer stuff. 


Jaffer Kolb is a designer based in New York and co-founder of the award-winning architectural practice N/A. He sometimes writes, sometimes curates, and often teaches—most recently at Parsons, the Cooper Union, Pratt, and Princeton. 

He was the 2015 Muschenheim Fellow at the University of Michigan, and before that worked as a designer in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and has been published internationally. 

Previously he worked on the 13th Venice Architecture Biennial under David Chipperfield, and before that served as the US Editor of the Architectural Review. He holds a Master of Architecture from Princeton University, a Master’s in Urban Planning from the London School of Economics, and his Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies from Wesleyan University. 

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Disoriented Objects, Lecture at the Graham Foundation, 2018

Disoriented Objects, Lecture at the Graham Foundation, 2018