Samuel Jacobson is the principal and founder of HAHA Design based in Palm Springs, CA. He holds degrees in architecture from MIT and Rice University, and has participated in the design of award-winning buildings in the United States and Korea. His work has been featured in the 2012 Busan and 2014/5 prospect.3 biennales, as well as the following publications: ArchDaily, Architect, Architectural Record, Architecture, Artforum, A+U, the Boston Globe, Blast Magazine, The Bottom Line, Elle, Evolo, InStyle, Interni, Interior Design, FastCompany, NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, Plan, postemdieval, the Providence Journal, Space, TAG and Zing.
With Eileen Joy and Christian Hite, he is co-editor of the ecology-focused multimedia publication, Keep It Dirty.
2013 SMArchS Thesis: Notes on sexuality & space