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Kenneth Luker, FAIA, LEED AP® Design Principal, Principal
Kenneth Luker is a Design Principal for the global architecture and design firm Perkins&Will. He is an award-winning designer, mentor, and thought leader in applying cultural awareness to the planning and design of many of his firm’s most important projects.
Kenneth’s career has been defined by the belief that architecture is an expression of human understanding. Our aspirations, values, and priorities are reflected in what we build, a philosophy that informs his use of architecture to promote in those who experience his work an awareness of self and empathy for others. Inspired by the stories that define a community, Kenneth’s process activates dialogue to create designs that become shared stories expressed in built form. As stories unfold, told from myriad perspectives, Kenneth crafts design visions grounded by clarity of purpose, composition, and use.
In addition to practice, Kenneth is active at the NC State College of Design where he serves on the Design Leadership Council and occasionally teaches studios. Kenneth earned his Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University. He also studied design at the University of Cambridge in England and earned his Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
Kenneth’s current projects include Destination Crenshaw in Los Angeles, the Motown Museum in Detroit, and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta.
Masters of Architecture, 1996 Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Architectural Design & Theory, 1995
University of Cambridge, Peterhouse College
Bachelor of Environmental Design, 1991
Texas A&M University, College of Architecture