Jeremy Jacinth is a Registered Architect based in Chicago, Illinois. He received his MArch II Degree from Yale University and his BArch from the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, where he was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi service medal. His thesis won the Royal Society of Arts US Student Design Competition, awarding him a 3 month internship with Grimshaw Architects in London, UK.
Jeremy’s professional career has been focused on practical experience and the development of exhibitions, including research, design, construction, production, and fabrication. He has worked for Vrilakas Architects, Peter Eisenman Architects, Grimshaw Architects, and others. His work has also been published in The New York Times, Wallpaper* Magazine and exhibited at the AIA Center for Architecture in New York City.
Jeremy has been awarded the AIA-NY Design Award, Benjamin Menchel Fellowship, New York Society of Architects Fred L. Liebmann Book Award and the William Cooper Mack Thesis Fellowship. The thesis fellowship allowed him to travel to Holland to research the precarious relationship of reclaimed land and agriculture in order to gain a different perspective with respect to his thesis project sited in the Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta.