As a Design Principal at Perkins+Will, Kenneth provides leadership to the collaborative design process for a broad range of project types that include museums, libraries, higher education, corporate office, healthcare, and science + technology. Kenneth’s broad experience enables him to combine creative design concepts with details of advanced building technology, ensuring that each design is thoroughly considered and executed. With building designs that are as technologically sound and functional as they are poetic, Kenneth brings a high level of design maturity to every project.
In addition to professional practice, Kenneth is a visiting design critic at the NCSU College of Design where he serves on the Design Life Board of Directors and has taught as an adjunct professor in architecture. He has also served on the AIA Firm and Gold Medal Award Nominating Committee for the AIA, is a frequent visiting design critic and has juried a number of design awards programs.
Kenneth earned his Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture. He studied design at the University of Cambridge in England and earned his Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.