Jennifer Sigler

Interview Contributor / Editor / United States / Harvard Design Magazine, Harvard Graduate School of Design

Jennifer Sigler is Editor in Chief of Publications and Harvard Design Magazine at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD).

Prior to joining the GSD, she lived in the Netherlands, where she worked as an editor, researcher, curator, and project manager in and around architecture and design. From 1990 to 1995 she collaborated with Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Mau on S,M,L,XL (The Monacelli Press). Later, she joined the Berlage Institute, an international postgraduate “laboratory” for architecture, where she started the publication Hunch, overseeing and producing its first six issues.

Sigler was Program Manager for the Fourth International Architecture Biennale of Rotterdam (2010), and co-editor of the its catalogue, Open City. In 2012, with a grant from the Dutch Fund for Art and Architecture/Mondriaan Foundation, she embarked on an independent research project about domestic labor and design.

She has also collaborated with organizations such as The Netherlands Architecture Institute, The Why Factory at TU Delft, NaI010 Publishers, the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Dutch Design Fashion Architecture (DDFA), Domus, 2x4, REX Architecture, the Rotterdamse Schouwburg, and others.

She is currently based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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