University of Michigan, Master of Architecture; University of Virginia, BS Architecture
Kyle Sturgeon is a licensed architect and maker with over a decade of experience in design education. Before returning to UVA as Assistant Dean, Kyle worked as a designer and construction administrator with the firms of Office dA, Kennedy & Violich Architecture, and Moshe Safdie Architects. He then transitioned to design education, serving for 6 years as director of advanced studios, building technology curriculum, and fabrication labs at the Boston Architectural College.
Kyle’s work spans many of the A-School's academic operations and public programs: direction of the Design Discovery summer program for high school students, coordination of exhibitions, and management of design studio environment. He teaches both lecture and studio-based courses within the undergraduate architecture program: SARC 1500 seminar, ARCH 2220: Principles of Tectonics, and ARCH 2010: Foundation Studio II.
As staff, faculty, and alumnus, Kyle is passionate about demystifying design and providing meaningful educational experiences for our students.