Kenneth Luker (MArch ’96) Named Principal of The Freelon Group

Kenneth Luker, MArch ’96, AIA, LEED® AP–Kenneth joined The Freelon Group in 2006 as a Senior Project Designer and became an Associate Principal in 200, and Principal in 2012. His award-winning design career spans a variety of architectural project types with a particular emphasis on college/university design, cultural institutions, and public architecture. He is currently working as Senior Designer on NCSU Gregg Museum (Raleigh, NC) and National Center for Civil and Human Rights (Atlanta, GA). Kenneth received his Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University and his Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from Texas A&M University.
Headquartered in Research Triangle Park, NC, The Freelon Group is a 50-person, award-winning architectural firm founded by Philip G. Freelon, LF ’90, FAIA (Fellow, American Institute of Architects) in 1990. The firm’s design portfolio centers on Higher Education, Science/Technology, and Museum and Cultural Center projects.