Jeffrey Mansfield is a designer with MASS Design Group, a John W. Kluge Fellow at the Library of Congress, whose work explores the mediated space between architecture, landscape, and systems. He is also a current Graham Foundation grantee for his work on The Architecture of Deafness. His work has been published in the Cooper Hewitt Design Journal, AD, Tacet and presented at MoMA PS1, Bergen Assembly, Sao Paulo Biennale, and the Sharjah Biennial. In 2014, he completed his Master of Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where his thesis, Incidents of Presence, questioned the construction of the body through language and architecture. Previously, Jeff has worked at the offices of Kennedy Violich Architecture (Boston), HHF Architects (Basel), and Parker Warburton Team Architecture (Dunedin, New Zealand). He has been deaf since birth and attended a school for the deaf in Massachusetts.