Zachary Schumacher


Zachary Schumacher is a designer and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. His current research looks to incorporate digital fabrication and labor practices that have been initially dismissed by architecture, including aftermarket automotive finishing and mechanics, to perform alternative modes of construction that hybridize the spatial, graphic, and visual production of architecture. In addition to teaching at Dartmouth College, he also teaches at the Princeton University School of Architecture. Prior to joining Dartmouth, he taught at UC Berkeley and RISD, and his scholarly can be found in Actar, Contract, Log, Paprika!, and Pidgin. Schumacher holds a Master of Architecture from RISD, and a Master of Science in Architectural Studies from MIT.


Visual Arts Center, Room 303
HB 6081


Studio Art


  • MArch, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)
  • SMArchS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)