Jeremy Levitt is originally from Detroit. With a BFA from the College for Creative Studies of Detroit, Levitt graduated with an interdisciplinary degree—a major he helped to create that is now a fully functioning component of the school’s curriculum, combining the most important aspects of Crafts and Industrial Design. His specialty is furniture and lighting design, as well as sculpture and architectural-installation design. Levitt began working for Gaetano Pesce as a designer and fabricator and then became the Senior Industrial Designer/Project Manager for Donghia Furniture. After Donghia, he became the Furniture and Lighting Director for the Manhattan-based hospitality design firm AvroKO, where he developed hundreds of products for use in commercial and residential projects. Now, as one of the principals of Parts and Labor Design, he creates all custom high-end furniture and lighting, as well as the surrounding architectural spaces alongside Andrew Cohen.