Co-Founder | Architect & Biomimetic Designer
Jacob Russo graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B. Arch. in 2014. After graduating, he worked in New York City at a collaborative, sustainable architecture/landscape design-build firm, Preservation Green, LLC. He has been developing his expertise in urban agriculture, green infrastructure, and biomimicry in conjunction with computational design and digital fabrication. Jacob strives to collaborate on innovative, multi-disciplinary design projects related to food, water, and energy systems, as well as storm preparedness and resiliency. He is currently attending the University of Stuttgart in Germany, pursuing a masters degree in the international ITECH program within the Institute for Computational Design and Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design. His research is focused on the integrative design and construction of adaptable lightweight structures using biologically inspired materials and novel robotic fabrication methods.