Kevin J. Kelly
Kevin Kelly, Senior Associate, has been with Robert A.M. Stern Architects since 2011. His projects for the office include Residences on Zero Island, a plan for and design of 50 two- and three- story houses on a 9.3 hectare site on a lake in Tianjin, China; a family compound in Hong Kong, China; the Metropolitan, a 433,000 m² residential and retail development at Gai Lan Creek in Chongqing; the Liangjiang New District Town Center, a mixed-use development located on a 25-acre site in Chongqing; and AVIC Jinjiang Uptown, a mixed-use development in Jinjiang, China. In the United States, Mr. Kelly also worked on the new Immanuel Chapel at the Virginia Theological Seminary.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Kelly was a designer at Spiezle Architectural Group in Media, Pennsylvania; Urban Design Associates in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Greg Radford Architect in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Kelly graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Architecture. During the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture's Rome Program, Mr. Kelly participated in a workshop supervised by Krier & Kohl Architects to create preliminary designs for the new town of Brandevoort, Netherlands which were published in a brief by Professor Ettore Marina Mazolla. Mr. Kelly's work was published in Acroterion 2007-2008, the journal of the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. He is a registered architect in the state of Pennsylvania and a member of the AIA.