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Devin Robinson

Devin Robinson

Houston, TX, US

 

About 

Devin Robinson obtained his education in architectural

design and construction at the University of Houston

Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture.  He was

awarded the esteemed Gerald D. Hines Study Abroad

Internship in 2004’ and practiced in the International

Office of Enrique Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue

Architects (EMBT) in Barcelona, Spain.

 

Upon completion of his International Internship with

EMBT, Mr. Robinson returned to the United States

where he was recruited by the highly regarded

Washington D.C. office of the oldest firm in Texas,

Page Southerland Page; now PAGE.

He participated in the programming and feasibility

assessment for the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum of

African-American History and Culture, recently completed

on the National Mall.

 

Prior to receiving any formal training in architecture,

Mr. Robinson was actively engaged in the applied

arts (drawing, sculpture, photography, et al.) and

this provided him a critical awareness of the

implications of decisions made related to scale,

form, texture and color.  All of these skills are

drawn upon when working on residential and

commercial projects of every size and scope.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Kinetic Design Lab, LLC, Houston, TX, US, Principal

Founding Principal

Sep 2008 - current
 

Education 

University of Houston, Houston, TX, US, College of Architecture

Aug 1998 - May 2005
 

Awards 

Summer Internship, Nomination

Recruited for Summer Internship with Page/Southerland/Page - Washington D.C. - 2005

2005
 

Texas Society of Architects - Hugh M. Cunningham Grant - 2004', Grant

2004
 

Texas Society of Architects - E. G. Spencer Scholarship - 2004', Scholarship

2004
 

Gerald D. Hines International Internship, Other

International Study Abroad Internship - EMBT Enrique Miralles Benedetta Tagliabue Architect Associates -2004/2005

2004
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills