Kevin Hom

Dean of The School of Technology and Design

Kevin Hom

Kevin Hom is the founder and President of Kevin Hom + Andrew Goldman Architects.  His practice is  a national design firm with education facility projects throughout the country.  Under Mr. Hom's leadership, the practice has won numerous awards including the "2008 Firm of the Year" from the Society of American Registered Architects/New York Council.  Mr. Hom is recognized as a leader in the advancement of design and better use of spaces at major colleges and universities.

Kevin Hom received both his Masters of Architecture and his B.S. in Engineering from the Columbia University . He holds architectural registrations in New York, Connecticut, Virginia, Washington and California, as well as NCARB certification.  He is also an active member of the AIA.

Mr. Hom's expertise focuses on design and includes academic, commercial, corporate, research, convention, hotel, theater and master planning projects. Since co-founding Hom + Goldman Architects in 1989, Mr. Hom has had the opportunity to design new projects and renovations for numerous institutional and educational clients, partial list of clients including the State University of New York (SUNY); New York University; Norfolk State University; University of San Deigo Virginia State University , Colorado State University  Fashion Institute of Technology; Barnard College;  Rutgers University;  the New York City Parks Department; and 20 NYC public schools.

Mr. Hom has worked at some of the world's most renowned design firms. He previously served as: Managing Principal and Design Director at Arthur Erickson Architects in Los Angeles; Director of Architectural Design at Gibbs & Hill in New York; and Project Designer at the New York firms of I.M. Pei, and Marcel Breuer & Associates.

Known for designing projects that combine design achievement and programming excellence, Mr. Hom has lectured widely in the US and in Canada on this topic at numerous national conferences such as the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) and the Society of College University Planners (SCUP).  Mr. Hom has also taught or lectured at Columbia, UCLA, Pratt, New York University and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.