Faculty: Robert Giampietro

Biography

Rob Giampietro is a principal at Project Projects, a design studio in New York. He studied graphic design and literature at Yale University and worked as a designer at Winterhouse, The New York Times Magazine and Pentagram. From 2003 to 2008, he was co-founder and principal of the award-winning design studio Giampietro+Smith. In 2008, he served as vice president for AIGA/NY, leading a design chapter of more than 3,000 members. As a writer, Rob’s essays and design commentary have appeared in Dot Dot Dot, Design Observer and BusinessWeek as well as in The New York Times, New York Magazine and on NPR. As a designer, Rob has worked with cultural clients including the Guggenheim Museum, Gagosian Gallery, David Zwirner and Knoll, along with non-profit organizations such as the United Nations, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis & Malaria and the NYC2012 Olympic Bid. He has taught at RISD since 2006. 

Robert Giampietro

Robert Giampietro

Critic
rgiampie@risd.edu
401-454-6171

  • BA, Yale University

Courses
  • GRAPH-W320
    GRADUATE THESIS/OPEN RE/SEARCH

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