Kyle Hovenkotter is a designer and educator in Brooklyn, New York. He received an M. Arch from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in 2012 where he was the recipient of the AIA Henry Adams Medal, and a B.A. in Architectural Studies from the University of Washington in 2008.
Hovenkotter is a founding principal of the design practice JuneJuly, and holds teaching appointments at the Pratt Institute, Columbia University, Barnard College, and the Cooper Union. His work is concerned with the impact of globalization, climate change, and digital technology on the human experience. He produces ideas, spaces, and things.
Previously, Hovenkotter has worked with Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, the Network Architecture Lab, the Urban Landscape Lab, NBBJ, and Parc Office as a designer, strategist, and futures thinker for global brands and institutions.
Speculative Work, Experiments and Research
"Approaching Borders," 2016, as JuneJuly
"Headspace," 2016, as JuneJuly
"The Digital Gyre," 2015, with Parc Office
"Collecting Architecture Territories," 2012, with Columbia GSAPP and the Deste Foundation
"Discrepant Sea," 2012-Present, with Trevor Lamphier
"No Suburb Left Behind," 2011
"The Atlas of Failure," 2010, with Trevor Lamphier
"The New City Reader," 2010, with The Network Architecture Lab
"Underdome," 2010, with The Urban Landscape Lab
"Tabloid Science," 2009
"Overheard," 2009, with Momo Araki and Stephen Chou
Select Professional Work
"Highland Park Home," 2016, as JuneJuly
"Iguana Beach Home," 2016, as JuneJuly
"Highbridge Media Lab," 2016, as JuneJuly
"22nd Street Loft," 2016, with Parc Office
"Adidas Boston Marathon Runbase," 2015, with Parc Office