Jaron Lubin is a Principal with Safdie Architects in Somerville, Massachusetts. Working closely alongside Moshe Safdie, Lubin explores contemporary issues of megascale and dense urbanism in projects around the world.
Lubin's experience includes collaborations with leading architectural, engineering, and landscape teams to design a variety of building types, such as residential and commercial high-rise towers, performing arts centers, art and science museums, and large scale mixed-use developments. Lubin’s recent work includes proposals for the National Art Museum of China in Beijing, a new Chinese opera house in the West Kowloon District of Hong Kong, and the design of the residential high-rise tower Sky Habitat in Singapore. He was a key member of the design team for the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort in Singapore for which he received Singapore’s President’s Design Award. He is currently the design team leader for Project Jewel, a new mixed-use complex and indoor garden conservatory expanding the landside facilities of Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Lubin has taught architecture studios at the Boston Architectural College, and has been an invited juror for international design competitions and student reviews at Harvard, MIT, and the University of Michigan schools of architecture. He received a Master of Architecture degree with distinction from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with honors from the University of Michigan.