Jacqueline Shaw

Jacqueline Shaw is an architectural designer based in New York City. Her research focuses upon the efficacy and rigors of specificity and smallness as it relates to the architectural detail and its elemental and spatial consequences experienced. She received her MArch (with distinction) from the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Her thesis project, go(slow)gas up, studied the dismantling of everyday practices through site-specific installations and the individual experience of architectural details. Shaw’s work has been published in Dimensions, Surface and The Wall Street Journal. She has practiced in New York and Detroit in the offices of SPAN Architecture, Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects, Readymade Projects with Steven Burks and M1/DTW.

Fall 2018 Courses

  • ARCH-2141-02 Architectural Projection
  • ARCH-2101-04 The Making Of Design Principles

Wintersession 2019 Courses

  • ARCH-2197-01 Thesis Discursive Workshop

Spring 2019 Courses

  • ARCH-2102-03 Architectural Design
  • BFA, California State University -
  • MARC, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Apparel Design Architecture Ceramics Digital + Media Experimental and Foundation Studies Film / Animation / Video Furniture Design Glass Graduate Studies Graphic Design History, Philosophy + the Social Sciences Illustration Industrial Design Interior Architecture Jewelry + Metalsmithing Landscape Architecture Literary Arts + Studies Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Teaching + Learning in Art + Design Textiles Theory + History of Art + Design