Bachelor of Architecture, Tulane University; Master of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin
Kevin is Chair of Interior Architecture. His teaching focuses on integrating interior and exterior spaces for renovations, additions and new buildings in urban settings. In the Architecture program, his studios focus on Urban Architecture beyond the scale of a single isolated building. In the Interior Architecture program, his studios focus on the adaptive reuse of interiors with adjacent urban and landscape spaces.
Interest areas in research and practice:
Kevin researches experiential variety over time through cross-modal sensory perception. He has published descriptions of intricacy, a concept that helps designers imagine socially adaptable multi-use spaces with a disarming experiential variety. In an attempt to explain the complexity of sequences though spaces, his current project is a comprehensive description of motion parallax in architecture.