Tristan Al-Haddad Biography

Tristan Al-Haddad is a working designer and visual artist in addition to holding the position of assistant professor in the School of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds a Master of Architecture from Georgia Tech and has also studied at the University of Paris–La Villette and at the Daniels Center for Building Technology and Urban Design in Genoa, Italy. His work has been exhibited in venues including the Pompidou Center, High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Boston Center for the Arts, International Contemporary Furniture Fair, and the American Institute of Architects Center for Architecture in New York. Al-Haddad’s work has been published in the New York Times, Dwell, Metropolis, Art Papers and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He was one of seven recipients of the ARTADIA Artist Award in 2009 and a Fulbright Scholar at the Universidad Tecnica Santa Maria in Valparaiso, Chile. In 2014, Al-Haddad was selected by the US Department of State to represent the United States at the Colombo Art Biennale in Sri Lanka. See more of Tristan’s work at