Kiduck Kim Architect is an award-winning architectural practice based in Los Angeles. Led by Kiduck Kim, RA, NCARB, LEED AP, Kiduck Kim Architect believes in the power of geometries and materials as problem solving and creative process. Being fluid in the spectrum between art and architecture, Kiduck Kim Architect seeks for sustainable design solutions by foreseeable practice and unpredictable experiments.
A licensed architect, with a master of architecture degree from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, Kiduck honed his architectural career at Eisenman Architects and Zaha Hadid Architects. He has previously taught at UCLA, leading the graduate program SUPRASTUDIO with Frank Gehry, and New School of Architecture and Design in San Diego. He has been a guest critic at numerous institutions including Harvard University, Pratt, University of Southern California, University of Michigan, Woodbury University, OTIS and New School of Architecture and Design. Kiduck was first prizewinner from the Baku International Competition, Architectural Record Magazine housing competition, Next Generation Design Leader Award, and was represented at the Venice Biennale in 2006.