Kevin Wagstaff

Kevin

Kevin has been a principal with PWWG since 2004. He designs buildings for campuses and urban environments, exploring how architecture can express nuanced connections among structures, landscape, history, and community. Kevin works with our clients in commercial, academic, and non-profit sectors on designs for new construction and reuse.  He helps them navigate pragmatic concerns, while applying current and emerging best practices in building technology, sustainability, and pedagogy to arrive at imaginative, inspiring results.  Kevin is a creative problem solver and decisive leader who synthesizes disciplines and cultivates unified teams throughout the design process.  He is also accomplished at sailing, and enjoys the challenges of distance hiking and biking.

Principal

Kevin Wagstaff kwagstaff@pwwgarch.com 412.391.2884 x 253

Education

BS Arch
University of Virginia

M. Arch
Princeton University

Registration

PA, WV

Affiliations

American Institute of Architects; LEED Accredited Professional; AIA Pittsburgh Board of Directors (2007-2012), President (2010); Chairman, Urban Design Committee (1994-1996); Carnegie Mellon University Adjunct Assistant Professor, 2009-2011

Key Projects

Drake Well Museum Renovation and Addition; Eighth & Penn; Union Trust Building; Campbell Hall for Health Sciences; Carr Hall; West General Robinson Street Garage; Hatfield + Home

People Would be Surprised to Find Out:

I’m an AT section hiker

MOST ADVENTUROUS THING YOU'VE EVER DONE

Camped on a glacier

FAVORITE ARTISTIC MEDIUM

Watercolor

MY ARCHITECTURAL PHILOSOPHY

Architecture as craft - useful, beautiful, comfortable, durable, appropriate; making places that make you feel good, rather than disturb or provoke

FAVORITE OFFICE SUPPLY

Pentel Sign Pens

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