Jacob Comerci received his M.Arch. from Princeton University and his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago. While at Princeton, he was awarded the Howard Butler Crosby traveling fellowship and the Suzane Kolarik Underwood prize for excellence in design. He has previously worked with Bureau Spectacular in Chicago and Los Angeles and with MOS Architects and LTL Architects in New York. He currently holds a lecturer position at Michigan University's Taubman School of Architecture where he teaches graduate design studios, digital design, and architectural representation.
His research and design work engages models for collective life and work which challenge existing domestic conditions and the power structures which have codified them.