Kim joined us from a small firm in Washington, DC where she focused on the design of small and large residential buildings. She brings an appreciation for clear, simple design resolutions that understand the individuality of each context.
Kim is a graduate of Virginia Tech. During college, she was involved with undergraduate research investigating the future of housing, most notably developing the schematic design for Virginia Tech’s 2018 Solar Decathlon entry.
Spending her fifth year at the Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center, Kim grew her passion for architecture in the urban context through her thesis on improving the quality of urban life through a humanistic approach.
Outside the office, Kim looks forward to summer weekends spent with family at the shore. She also advises the Princeton University chapter of her undergraduate sorority. She’s always planning her next long weekend to visit friends who moved around the country, and attempting to convince them to move back to Philly.
Dream vacation place you have never been?
One person in history, dead or alive that you would want to sit with on a plane to California?
If you could only eat one breakfast food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Pork Roll, Egg, and Cheese on a Kaiser.
Do you have any unusual skills or talents?
I don’t really think this counts as a skill, but I have heterochromia, where my eyes change colors.