Jesse Seegers is a spatial practitioner and mediator working between architecture, design, writing, editing, publishing, and research practices.

Their creative practice currently includes, but is not limited to:




    • Membership in Local Union 7902 of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (ACT-UAW);

    • Designing and consulting on temporary inflatable structures (pneumatic tensile membrane environments) commissioned for their experience economy potential: including music, dance, raves, brand pop-ups and other temporary gatherings of various sizes and durations;

    • Writing, editing and consulting on architecture, art, design and technology for publications, institutions and cultural organizations.

Previously, they were Associate Editor, Digital Projects at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) from 2014-2017 where they was part of a team responsible for a complete strategic overhaul of the digital presence and visual culture of the school: including a new website, digital publishing platform, multi-platform social media presence, updated visual identity, and in-building display systems. Prior to that they were 2013-2014 Power Corporation of Canada Curatorial Intern at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.

They graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 2009.

They have written about architecture, art, design, and technology for publications in print and online including: PIN-UP, REAL Review, The Architect’s Newspaper, TANK, Frog, DAMn°, and Volume, among others.
You can find more recent updates on these media platforms:
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︎ Twitter 👍
︎ Instagram
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For inquiries about collaborating, or just to say hello, don’t hesitate to get in touch:
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Lectures:
○ Sci-Arc Theory Seminar, August 2020
○ Princeton Architecture School workshop, September 2019
○ Mutualisms @ NEW INC, February 2019
○ 2nd Floor Salon, November 2018
○ Inflatocookbook 2.0, Brooklyn Public Library, May 2018
○ Turncoats NYC, June 2017
○ Pioneer Works, June 2015
○ Callicoon Art Walk, August 2015