Kevin Muni

Kevin Muni

New York, NY, US




Tulane Regional Urban Design Center, Associate

Engage with community partners to develop solutions to the urban design problems facing their communities, share personal research and experience with fellow students through my role as a teaching assistant. Clients include the City of Moss Point (MS), the City of Biloxi (MS), and the Urban Planning Department of Nanjing, China.

Aug 2010 - Jul 2011

Tulane City Center (TCC), Intern

Intern – Green Project (Supervisor: Ammar Eloueini) February 2011 – April 2011

Intern – Scale Shift Project (Supervisor: Scott Bernhard) January 2010 – May 2010

Work with community partners, creation 3D Digital Models and Presentation Materials for TCC.

Jan 2010 - Apr 2011

Manning Architects, APAC, Intern Architect

Schematic Design and Design Development for multiple projects including the Modgun Housing Prototype (collaboration between Manning Architects, Gehry Partners LLP and Creative Industry, New Orleans) as well as commercial and institutional projects and international competitions.

May 2009 - Aug 2010


Tulane University, MArch, Architecture + Minor in Urban Studies

Cumulative GPA: 3.838

Summa Cum Laude

Honors Thesis: Remediating Apocalyptic Urbanism; Network Society, Infrastructural Hybrids, and New Development Paradigms.

Aug 2006 - May 2011


Moise H. + Lois G. Goldstein Travel Fellowship, Grant

Recipient of Moise H. & Lois G. Goldstein Travel Fellowship for the study of Urban Public Space in Rome, Italy and Nanjing, China

Although both Rome and Nanjing are the products of a complex historical narrative, the particulars of their respective histories and resultant urban morphologies are inherently different. The functional archetypes according to which each city was developed reveal divergent attitudes towards the creation and occupation of public space. A city in the midst of rapid development, Nanjing is evolving in order to balance its strong historical context with contemporary social ideals and economic pressures. Exacerbated by globalization and explosive population growth, the city is in the process of reinterpreting the existing urban fabric in order to increase quality of life without compromising its cultural identity. Lacking the cohesive network of public spaces that is evident in cities such as Rome, the city of Nanjing, as well as the surrounding Jiangsu province, struggles to redefine city life in a historic capital.


FAR | Foreign Architects Rome Exhibition, Other

design project featured in 2010 exhibition at the Tempio di Adriano in Rome


American Institute of Architects Medal, 1st Place

highest academic achievement in graduating class


Tulane 34 Award, 1st Place

presented to 34 students selected from university-wide graduating class (2000+ students) on the basis of exemplary leadership, service, and academic excellence


William Wallace Peery Society for Academic Excellence, Scholarship

composed of 15 students from university-wide graduating class (2000+ students) on the basis of highest academic achievement


Senior Honors Scholar 2011, 1st Place

selected by architecture faculty as having strongest thesis eligible for university honors


Fundraising Chair, AIAS, Tulane Chapter (F08-S09), Other


Treasurer, Alpha Rho Chi, Tulane Chapter (F07-S08), Other