Jeremy Bilotti

Jeremy Bilotti (B.Arch. '18) is an architectural designer whose design work and research are concerned with the application of robotics, sensing, advanced computation, and innovative material use in architecture and fabrication. He is a research associate at the Sabin Design Lab and has been engaged in academic research independently and with the Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory since 2015.

Bilotti received his bachelor of architecture degree from AAP in 2018, where he helped to pioneer new classes such as Forms of Making, taught by Assistant Professor Sasa Zivkovic; and where he assisted Mark Cruvellier, the Nathaniel and Margaret Owings Distinguished Alumni Memorial Professor in Architecture, in teaching the class Structural Systems II. In addition to his coursework, Bilotti developed the design for Cornell's first student-designed campus building, the Dilmun Hill Barn. He also worked as a designer at Kennedy + Violich Architecture in Boston. Bilotti has worked on design and research in architectural-scale additive concrete 3D printing at Hannah, the firm of Zivkovic and Assistant Professor Leslie Lok.

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Classes (Selected)

  • ARCH 1101 Introduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to design as a conceptual discipline directed at the analysis, interpretation, synthesis, and transformation of the physical environment. Exercises are aimed at developing an understanding of the issues, elements, and processes of environmental design.

Awards, Grants, and Fellowships (Selected)

  • Hunter Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholarship (2016–17)
  • First prize, Synergis Student Architecture Competition (2013)

Exhibitions and Presentations (Selected)

  • "Clay Non-Wovens," with Sonya Mantell (B.Arch. '18) and David Rosenwasser (B.Arch. '18), National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Conference (2018)

Publications (Selected)

  • Contributor to Model Perspectives: Structures, Architecture and Culture, by Mark Cruvellier, Luben Dimcheff, and Bjørn Sandaker (Routledge, 2016)
  • Projects featured in Cornell University AAP News, (2016, 2017)