"I believe in biophilic design, so that people can feel more relaxed in one space than another. Here at Quackenbush, we place a large emphasis on how the client and community will interact with each design."
Kyle holds a Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Clemson University. Prior to graduate school, Kyle interned at Brian Gille Architects in New Orleans where he worked with a design team to rebuild the Community Church Unitarian Universalist to replace the former building, which was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina. Kyle was also a Project Coordinator with Washington University Facilities, Planning & Management. Kyle is an Associate Member of the AIA South Carolina Chapter.
Kyle's recent work includes projects ranging from labs to athletic facilities in both K-12 and higher education school systems, including the William's Brice Stadium Team locker room, University of South Carolina Health Center, Chapin Middle School and Central Carolina Technical College Science Labs to name a few.