HAHA IS THE SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP OF Stevie Jacobson (they/them)…
a design and research strategist who has participated in the creation of award-winning buildings in the United States and Korea. As a consulting design strategist, Stevie has also provided support services to arts and cultural nonprofits across in Los Angeles and New York, and led several public art initiatives, including “Flotsam (How to Live Together),” a 2.3 mile-long work in chalk, installed at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Additionally, as an associate at Third Streaming (3S), Stevie supports the work of The Alvin Baltrop Trust, and contributed to the strategic evaluations of a number of noprofits working at the intersection of art and social justice, including African Film Festival (NY), Creative Capital, the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, and the New York Community Trust.
Stevie’s work has been featured in the 2019 Honolulu, 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.
Stevie holds a BA in Architecture from Rice University and an MS in Art and Architectural History from the History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art program at the MIT, where their research focused on the historiography of Feminist issues in late twentieth century American architectural history and criticism.
They live and work in Brooklyn.