Kevin Huelster

Kevin Huelster, founder and principal of Huelster Design Studio, graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, MO (BA 1984) and obtained a Masters degree in Architecture (Cum Laude) from North Carolina State University's School of Design (M.Arch 1988). A defining period in his architectural experience occurred during postgraduate studies in Como, Italy with acclaimed architects Daniel Libeskind and Peter Eisenmann. Kevin's experience is not limited to design, as he spent many years in his youth erecting concrete structures and framing housing in the Midwest. He also enjoys designing and building furniture, which is often incorporated into residential projects.

His professional experience in several award winning firms includes four years with Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates Inc. in Chicago, Illinois where he worked as a member of several Project Design Teams and was Assistant Job Captain for several multimillion dollar urban projects. Kevin became a member of the Connecticut architectural community when he joined the firm of Z: Architecture as Project Architect for three years and later as partner for six years. Kevin founded Huelster Design Studio, LLC of Westport Connecticut in 2003.

Kevin's work has continued to gain appreciation, garnering praise from academic institutions, clients and publishers. Early in his career, he received the Design Achievement Award recognizing outstanding achievement in design from North Carolina State University. The majority of new work at Huelster Design Studio is the result of referrals from past clients as well as repeat clients. See the Publications link on this web site for a growing list of published projects. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Connecticut chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and holds professional licensing in Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York.

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