Jason Scroggin is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Kentucky College of Design. He received his Master of Science degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the UK College of Architecture. Jason is principal of Scroggin Studio, an architectural research practice that focuses on the design and realization of projects that present new ways to interact with built form from the scale of the city to interior environments. Prior to forming Scroggin Studio, Jason co-founded Design Office Takebayashi Scroggin (DOTS) which has produced internationally recognized and award-winning design projects. He has also worked as a lead designer in the world-renowned offices of Reiser + Umemoto, RUR Architecture, DPC in New York and Studio Libeskind in Berlin and has previously taught architecture at the University of Texas at Austin.
Jason teaches both graduate and undergraduate design courses in the School of Architecture. He currently coordinates first year design studios and teaches a graduate design elective, Fabricating Play, which focuses on the design and realization of full scale interactive design installations. Since 2012, Jason has been director of the architectural design studio in Berlin in cooperation with UK Education Abroad and The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory (ANCB).