Kyle Perry

Kyle Perry

Muncie, IN, US



Kyle Perry is a recent graduate architect and holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a Master of Architecture with a Concentration in Fabrication from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning. His previous work experience was completely outside the realm of architecture as a raft guide for many of his undergraduate summers. He has worked for a number of years for the Institute for Digital Fabrication as a Research Fellow. He is interested in changing education/practices of architecture, the processes of design to fabrication, and graphic design.

Currently, he and Adam Buente are pursuing the focus of PROJECTiONE through a new venture, starting up a design / fabrication studio based around the potentials investigated as an architectural thesis. They hope to keep up the momentum, pushing towards an interesting new practice and future projects. Look for more to come!




Project One Studio, Partner / Owner

I am one of two partners of PROJECTiONE, a young design / fabrication startup located in the Midwest. We are currently getting into all kinds of projects including, but never limited to, architectural design, exhibition / installation design, tangible interactive design, public / private art commission, product design / development, CNC fabrication / coordination, prototyping / material testing, design / fabrication consulting.

We are always on the lookout for interesting new projects!

Aug 2009 - Oct 2021

i.M.A.D.E, Research Fellow

As a research fellow, I was part of a 4 person graduate student team that lead research, design, and fabrication projects to further the goals of the Institute for Digital Fabrication, as well as manage undergraduate assistants.

May 2007 - May 2010

A2SO4, Intern Architect

I was an Intern Architect assisting in graphic design and building inspections.

May 2007 - Aug 2007


Ball State University, MArch, Archicture

Concentration in Fabrication.
Development of PROJECTiONE as a four person collaborative thesis.

Aug 2008 - May 2010

Ball State University, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2004 - May 2008


Architect Magazine's 2010 R+D Award, Award

Citation award for bitMAPS, a parametric textured wall system.
Speaker at the 2010 R+D Symposium: A Revolution in Building and Design Technology.


Published in ACADIA 2010: LIFE in:formation Procedding, Other

Morpholuminescence, a kinetic ceiling prototype, was displayed as a project at the conference and was represented in the proceedings.


Published in ACADIA 2009: reform() Procedding, Other

Our work from An Inconvenient Studio was represented in the proceedings.


Published in Spot on Schools, Beyond Media Exhibition Catalogue, Other

Our work from MorphoLuminescence, Parametric Luminaires, and Bodhi Tree was represented in the catalogue.


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