Scott Kepford

Scott Kepford

Los Angeles, CA, US



I work in architecture as well as in the design and fabrication of art objects for artists and exhibition design for museums and galleries.  I completed my Masters of Architecture I at UCLA in 2011, studying with Sylvia Lavin, Jason Payne, Heather Roberge, and Peter Ebner, among many others. I kept an Archinect schoolblog for the duration of my graduate studies.  I've worked for several architecture firms in Los Angeles including Arquitectonica and Andrew Zago, as well as with renowned artist/designers Vito Acconci, Doug AitkenSam Durant, and Zach Blas. My designs and fabricated works have shown in art fairs, biennials, and galleries from New York to Germany to Istanbul, Dakar, and Mexico City. I've completed exhibition designs and installations for museums and notable exhibitions including the Fowler Museum, the Hammer Museum, and the first Made in LA biennial.


Current blog: Archive of Spatial Culture


Scott's School Blog on Archinect:

UCLA (Scott)

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Arquitectonica, Los Angeles, CA, US, Architectural Designer

Jun 2016 - current

Project M Plus, Los Angeles, CA, US, designer

Jan 2012 - Apr 2014

Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, CA, US, exhibition and graphic designer

Position in the exhibition and graphic design department of one of the preeminent museums of historical and contemporary world culture. I was responsible for graphic and exhibition design for countless well- publicized shows. I also produced physical models and 3D Rhino models of each exhibition the museum mounted, and created architectural and technical drawings for submission to in-house builders and outside fabricators.

Aug 2009 - Oct 2013

Slab Architects, architectural designer

May 2007 - May 2008

Studio Eeum, architectural designer

Nov 2006 - Apr 2007

Acconci Studio, intern

Jun 2005 - Sep 2005


University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), MArch, Architecture & Urban Design

Sep 2008 - Jun 2011

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Bachelors, Architecture

Jan 2005 - Jun 2006

Areas of Specialization