Conversation Plinth featured on Metropolis Magazine.
Yugon Kim's "Making the case for wooden buildings" interview featured on Arup's Doggerel site
Yugon Kim to speak at Auburn University about Timber
Yugon Kim to speak in Columbus, Indiana about the Conversation Plinth with the Nashville Design Center
Yugon Kim to Chair the Harleston Parker Medal jury for the most beautiful building in Boston.
IKD designed Charles Sheeler Exhibition opens to the public March 18th at the Michner Art Museum
Yugon Kim speaks at Wentworth Institute of Technology architecture about "Alternative Pratices"
Outside In is awarded Architizer finalist for the Architecture + Sustainability Category.
Conversation Plith featured in The Republic Newpaper
TImber City is featured in Architect's Newspaper
Miller prize submission featured in Architect's Newspaper
IKD presents Miller prize submission to the city of Columbus
Timber city reviewed in Washington Post
Ganson Exhibition reviewed in Boston Globe
OUTSIDE IN wins honorable mention in the installation category in The American Architecture Prize
Timber CIty exhibition reviewed in Curbed
Timber City exhibition reviewed in Architecture Record
Timber City exhibition featured on Home & Design
Ganson Exhibition renovation and reinstallation at the MIT Museum opens to the public
IKD participated in Exhibit Columbus
Timber City reviewed in Architect Magazine
Timber City, curated and designed by IKD opens at the National building Museum in Washington, DC
Outside in wins best built enviroment for CORE77 design awards
IKD's research in material innovations in Wood featured in RISD website
TWMU research wins honorable mention for Architect Magazine R&D awards
Off the Wall Exhibition reviewed at the Boston Globe
Off The Wall Exhibition at the Gardner Museum opens to the public
Vatechino Gallery renovation completed at the Gardner Museum
Game Worlds reviewed in NY Times
Game Worlds reviewed in Curbed
Game Worlds reviewed in Boston Globe
Game Worlds reviewed in New Yorker
The Game Worlds of Jason Rohrer at the Davis Museum open to the public