Matthew Geiss received his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University’s School of Architecture and his Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation. Matthew has held positions with Grater Architects in Clayton, NY and with STUDIOS Architecture in Washington, DC. In 2006 Matthew co-founded reform,llc an interdisciplinary design / research collaborative based in Washington, DC.
In addition to his role at reform, Matthew serves as the Thesis Director as well as a Lecturer and Critic within the Design Technologies Concentration. He teaches Master’s level graduate studios as well as a materials research seminar entitled Material Matters. He specializes in the areas of design/theory, materials research and computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM). In 2006, Matthew received an American Institute of Architects Education Honor Award. His work has been published and exhibited both nationally and internationally.