Kyle May is a Principal at KM,A, which he founded in 2014. He is a registered architect in New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Michigan.

Kyle has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design and NYC College of Technology, and has been a visiting critic at Yale University, MIT, Harvard GSD, Princeton University, Columbia University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Syracuse University, Kent State University, City College of New York, NYC College of Technology, Pratt, and Parsons The New School and has lectured at RISD, Columbia University, Yale, MIT, NYU, Barnard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Kent State University, Cooper Union, KTH Stockholm and Lund University.

Kyle also co-founded CLOG in 2011, where he is the Editor-in-Chief, publishing seventeen titles to date. He co-curated the travelling exhibitions “5×5 Participatory Provocations” and “Exit Architecture” as well as “New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture” at the Art Institute of Chicago. Kyle is also a 2014 Graham Foundation grant co-recipient for his research on architect Wallace Harrison. Kyle has also co-edited two architectural monographs, ”Unboxing New York”(Actar, 2018) and “Xpositions: The Pavilion Dialogues”(Actar, 2018).

John is an architectural designer and has led numerous projects since joining the office in 2020. He previously built models at Robert A.M. Stern Architects. John received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from UC Berkeley.

John grew up in Charlottesville, VA before moving to CA. He returned to the east coast directly after graduation in 2019. On weekends, John will occasionally make his own digital images while listening to his twin brother’s music recommendations.

Zak has a B.F.A. with a focus in photography and an M.Arch. He’s worked on residential projects, high-end offices, and architecture master planning competitions. When he isn’t talking about climate change models, he’s most likely obsessing over line drawings and kerning.

Technically, Zak is from Boston, but much of his youth was spent in Northern California and Milwaukee. On the weekend, you will find him racing bikes or competing in some obscure coffee competition in Scandinavia.

Kaya is a designer who was born and raised in New York City. His interest in architecture began when he majored in architecture at Brooklyn Technical High School. He then received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan in 2020.

After graduating, Kaya moved to Colorado to work at a ski resort. He is an expert pianist and aspiring photographer.

Simón Campuzano is a designer at KM,A who received his architecture degree from Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. After three years working in a small studio, on the commission for the design of a house in the outskirts of Bogota, and some experience in exhibition design, he moved to Ithaca, New York, to get a post-professional Master’s Degree at Cornell University. During the Masters he was director of the exhibitions at the school, received the Eschweiler Prize upon graduation and is currently an editor for the Cornell Journal of Architecture. He now lives in Brooklyn and his hobbies are usually not considered hobbies: you will find him cooking, inventing publications, reading or writing.