Kevin defines the city as an ongoing civic art and believes that precedent and typological research provide a valid approach to the building of the contemporary city.
This perspective has been developed through a broad range of projects, ranging from small, uniquely crafted residences for single patrons, Pattern Books and new towns for private developers, and large implementation-oriented master plans for local and regional governing bodies. All have been architectural and urban projects which impact the built environment in sensitive and responsible ways.
This pursuit is not through technological approaches alone, but also through the study and application of solutions informed through documentation and research. Drawing as a form of architectural research is an important component and is investigated through practice, observation and teaching.
- University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, adjunct instructor
- Renaissance 3 Architects, Pittsburgh PA, project manager
- Urban Design Associates, Pittsburgh PA, designer
- Caruncho, Martinez and Alvarez Architects, Miami FL, designer
- University of Miami School of Architecture, Coral Gables FL, adjunct instructor
- University of Miami, Coral Gables FL, master of architecture
- University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, bachelor of arts
- American Institute of Architects, associate member
- AIA Pittsburgh Young Architects Forum, secretary
- American Planning Association
- US Green Building Council, LEED AP BD+C
- Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh, board of directors / secretary 2009-2010