Kenneth joined The Freelon Group in 2006 as a Senior Project Designer and became an Associate Principal in 2007,advancing to the level of Principal in 2012. His award winning design career spans a variety of architectural project types with a particular emphasis on college/university design, cultural institutions, and public architecture.
As a Senior Design Architect, Kenneth provides leadership to the collaborative design process on many of Freelon’s most significant projects. He is keenly aware of the role quality design can play in championing client values through architecture and incorporates this into a design process that begins with a thorough understanding of each client’s needs and objectives. This understanding is at the root of his ability to bring clarity to the inherent complexities of all projects in support of design expressions that are meaningful and unique to each client.
Kenneth’s fifteen-year design career has included all aspects of client service and project delivery. This broad experience enables him to bring together design concepts and 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.
Kenneth serves the architectural community in numerous ways, including the Design Guild Board of Directors at North Carolina State University’s College of Design where he has taught several studios as an Adjunct Professor in Architecture. Kenneth has lectured on a variety of design topics, is a frequent visiting design critic and has juried a number of awards programs.
Kenneth graduated with honors from Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture where he earned his Bachelor of Environmental Design Degree. 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.