Kyle holds a Master of Architecture Degree from Roger Williams University School of Architecture, Art and Historic Preservation where he received the 2010 Architectural Thesis Award for “Pier 63,” a multi-disciplinary art and design studio in Manhattan. Since then he has worked as a designer at HOK, an international architecture and urban planning studio in Georgetown, and local architecture and interior design studio FOX Architects.
Kyle has worked through all phases of the design process on numerous projects, most notably Msheireb Downtown Doha Phase Four, a 3 million sq. ft. architectural transformation of Doha’s city center, and the United States Embassy New Office Annex in Moscow, Russia. Other experience includes many local office building renovations, custom residential and commercial interiors, furniture design, and CNC fabrication.
At Shinberg.Levinas, Kyle has contributed to various school and religious projects, including Congregation Beth Ahabah in Richmond, VA, Temple Solel in Bowie, MD, and Rocketship Public Charter School at Alabama Avenue in Washington, DC.
His interest in architecture stems from a life-long love and practice of art, design, and technology. Highly proficient in Revit, Rhino, Autocad, 3DS Max, and Adobe Creative Suite, Kyle has continually pushed the relationship between traditional analog techniques and modern tools, blending sketching and hand-drafting skills with his growing knowledge of the most advanced digital software.