Kyle Kiser is a designer at Page and the 2019 Architecture and Design Foundation McDermott Traveling Fellow. His research focuses on buildings
Kyle Kiser is a designer at Page and the 2019 Architecture and Design Foundation McDermott Traveling Fellow. His research focuses on buildings and public spaces across the Netherlands, Northern Germany, and Denmark. With a strong interest in phenomenology, he believes the spaces buildings create can foster certain behaviors. When compounded with a building’s program, an enhanced urban space can help revitalize a city, create culture, and change a space into a ‘place’. His studies explored how each city adapted by using innovative technologies and materials to design these spaces, and the experiences created through them. Read about Kyle’s travels here.
Join us Thursday, May 21 for a VIRTUAL Lunch Learning Session to hear from Kyle and to be a part of the conversation. The presentation will begin at noon and will be followed by a moderated Q&A session. The event is free and open to the public. Register here.
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Virtual - Zoom Presentation