Travis Fitch is a multidisciplinary designer working in architecture, fashion, and product design. Driven by an obsession with pattern, his work combines geometric research with novel design and fabrication tools to create radical-yet-rational forms. An initial collaboration with fashion house threeAsfour on their collections Biomimicry and Quantum Vibrations included a series of landmark 3D printed dresses. In 2017, Fitchwork launched Superpattern, a collection of intricately structured, made-to-order lighting and jewelry, with a two week pop-up in Soho. Fitch's work has been featured in Vogue, the MFA Boston, the Cooper Hewitt Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As a part time faculty member with the Parsons Textiles MFA, Fitch is critically involved in the research, development and applications of modern textiles. Ongoing projects look to expand on these possibilities, and include a latticed shade canopy, a warehouse renovation, and a series of experimental 3D printed textiles.