Travis Fitch is a New York-based architect, artist, designer, and educator. His work explores the intersection of spatial design, traditional craft, computational geometry, and 3D printing technologies. 

His designs have been exhibited at Cooper Hewitt, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, MFA Boston, and Mana Contemporary, and reside in the special collection of The University of Manchester. Collaborations with threeAsfour and Kaimin have appeared in NYFW and received press coverage in Vogue, Dezeen, and more. He has consulted on projects for Stratasys, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Lotus, Chanel and Balenciaga.

Travis earned a B.Arch at Cornell University before joining Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and has since independently overseen multiple residential and commercial projects. In 2017 he launched Superpattern, a collection of intricately structured lighting and jewelry.  He is a founding professor in the Parsons Textiles MFA program and served as a juror for the 2022 Cooper Hewitt Design Awards. In 2020 he received a research grant from the Center for Craft, and the resulting work was featured in the 2022 showcase Material Reasoning.

He was raised outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.