Bridging Between Nature, Culture and People: The Architecture of Olson Kundig
Kevin Kudo-King is a principal at Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects where he has practiced since 1996. Recognized by the American Institute of Architects with the 2009 National AIA Architecture Firm award, the practice is known for its attention to detail, integration of craft, art and collaborative process. His work includes projects found throughout the United States and in Asia, including residences, institutional and commercial projects. He is active in all aspects of design, production and management, particularly projects involving a high level of collaboration between designers, artists and craftspeople. Architectural Digest, Interior Design, Art + Auction and Town & Country and other numerous publications have featured Kudo-King’s projects. He serves on the board of Artist Trust, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support individual Washington State artists working in all disciplines. He holds a bachelor’s in architecture from the University of Arizona.
An AIA PV co-sponsored lecture.