Gemma Kim, Associate Partner, first joined Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 2003. Her urban master planning experience includes the Presidio Heights Residences in San Francisco; Metropolitan Park in Arlington, Virginia; a mixed-use development in College Park, Georgia; the residences at Keswick Hall in Charlottesville, Virginia; and a competition design for a 65-acre master plan for a mixed-use project on the Las Vegas Strip. Ms. Kim contributed to the design and management of the 30 Park Place and 261 Hudson Street residential tower projects in New York City. She also worked on the design teams for One Bennett Park in Chicago, and One Museum Mile, 70 Vestry, and Abington House on the High Line, all in Manhattan. She has also been involved in the design of mixed-use and residential projects in Atlanta, Georgia; and Los Angeles; a collection of street furniture for JCDecaux North America; and a line of fabrics for CF Stinson. Her current projects for the office include Audley Square House in London; a corporate training center and private house in South Korea; and Crescent Nob Hill in San Francisco.
Ms. Kim's work has been published in Turbulence (New York: W.W. Norton, 2011) and Retrospecta, and exhibited at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair and the Architectural League of New York.
Ms. Kim received her Master of Architecture degree from Yale University, where she was nominated for the H.I. Feldman Prize. Prior to that, she received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. She is a registered architect in the State of New York and a member of the American Institute of Architects.