We believe in the transformative power of community. Our creativity makes vibrant communities possible through the design of thoughtful, inspired spaces that foster a sense of belonging, safety, accountability and awe. That’s our mission at KSQ.
Phase one is complete of this $137M high school renovation in Kingston, NY. Classrooms, dining hall, field house, maker spaces and more. See the latest news here: bit.ly/2xuuG1b
This past summer, KSQ began working with the University of Wyoming on a new 10-Year Housing Master Plan. Take a look at the local story HERE
Our newest multipurpose dining hall at the University of Colorado Boulder is featured in On Campus Magazine, higher ed’s premier campus dining publication. Download the article: CU Village Center – On-Campus Hospitality Magazine (March 2017)
We’re pleased to announce our Charlotte, North Carolina, office has joined the ACE Mentor Program. The program helps mentor high school students and inspires them to explore and pursue careers in Architecture Construction and Engineering (ACE). As mentors, KSQ staff expose students to real-world career opportunities by emulating a design team and guiding students thorough the project. The after school program cummulates with a final presentation night and ACE participants also have scholarship opportunities. KSQ’s White Plains, New York, office is also an ACE Mentor Program member.
The multipurpose building in TCU’s Worth Hills Village was once referred to as the “Multipurpose Building” and as “BLUU 2” (in reference to the main campus dining facility), but it now has an official name: The King Family Commons. Named in honor of J. Luther King Jr. and his wife Teresa, this anchor in Worth Hills offers residents five dining options, study areas and Greek Life offices. The naming ceremony was hosted by Chancellor Victor Boschini who thanked the Kings for their philanthropic efforts.