Kyle Hovenkotter is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture in Columbia
GSAPP’s Urban Design Program. He is a founding partner of the design practice
JuneJuly, and is also a faculty member at the Pratt Institute, Barnard College, and the
He produces spaces, objects, and ideas that explore the impact of globalization,
climate change and digital technology on the human experience. His work has been
supported by MONU, the ARPA Journal, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, and
the Rauch Foundation.
His current design research is concerned with the architecture of borders, and
communication through haptic media. Previously, he has worked with global brands
and institutions as a designer, strategist and futurist. He has envisioned new
workspaces for Google, explored how new forms of patient care will change the
Massachusetts General Hospital campus, and designed spaces for active education for
the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.