Jordan Geiger is an architect and educator whose work crosses architecture and interaction design, considering implications of human computer interaction for social and environmental issues.
Geiger lectures, exhibits and publishes internationally on theoretical research and on his projects, ranging in scale and type from installation and gallery design to urban design and agricultural land use proposals.
At the University at Buffalo, he is Assistant Professor at the Center for Architecture and Situated Technologies (CAST).
His previous California-based practice, Ga-Ga, was published and and exhibited internationally. Prior to that, Geiger worked in the architectural offices of Michael Sorkin Studio and Dominique Perrault.
In addition to his current post in Buffalo, Geiger has taught architecture, urban design and advanced interdisciplinary studios and seminars at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, at UC Berkeley, and at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. He holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature from UC Berkeley.