London-based architect Sam Jacob is principal of Sam Jacob Studio.
Jacob’s work spans across disciplines and scales, ranging from urban design and architecture to design, art and curatorial projects. He was a founding director of architecture studio FAT, and is now a Professor of Architecture at UIC and a Dezeen and Art Review columnist.
Sam Jacob Studio’s current and recent projects include the Fear and Love exhibition at London’s Design Museum, a MINI micro home during London Design Festival, the V&A’s new gallery in Shenzhen, and a mixed-use building in East London.
Jacob’s work has been published and exhibited internationally including at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2014 and 2016, where he was co-curator of the British Pavilion.
Sam Jacob was named one of the 500 most newsworthy forces in the design world in the 2017 Dezeen Hotlist.