Associate Professor, Architecture
Jason Rebillot is Associate Professor in the Dept. of Architecture, leading the year-long thesis sequence for the Master of Architecture program. He is also Director of PPOHA/Title V Federal Grant Activities, a 5-year, $2.4 million award given to Woodbury by the U.S. Dept. of Education in 2014. Related to this appointment, he is Coordinator of the Materials Testing and Intelligent Lighting Laboratories. Previously he served as Assistant Chair and Graduate Program Coordinator. Rebillot’s work operates at the intersection of political economy, political ecology, and urban transformation, and his writings on related topics have been featured in publications such as Ultralight Urbanism: From Spatial Practices to Territorial Project (List Lab, forthcoming), The Horizontal Metropolis: A Radical Project (EPFL), and Rebel Matters, Radical Patterns (Genova University Press). He has served as a visiting researcher at Tokyo City University, and participated in workshops at the Politecnico di Milano, London School of Economics, and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Rebillot holds an interdisciplinary Doctor of Design from Harvard University, and is a registered architect in Denmark.
DDes, History and Theory of Urbanism, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
MArch, University of Illinois at Chicago
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee