Kenneth Namkung is a multifaceted designer with extensive experience on large institutional and cultural projects. He joined Studio Link-Arc in 2013, bringing strong design, technical and management skills from his work on international projects for top architecture firms. He is currently involved in the China Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 in Milan, Italy, which won the Iconic Award “Best of Best” 2014 and the German Design Award Special Mention 2015, both from the German Design Council. He also worked on the Shenzhen Bay China Resources Bo Ning Garden Clubhouse in China. Before joining Studio Link-Arc, Ken worked at prominent New York City architecture firms, including Rafael Viñoly Architects PC and Santiago Calatrava/Festina Lente LLP, where he worked on the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City. For three years, he was an instructor at the Boston Architectural Center. He has organized and participated in numerous exhibits. In addition to his role at Studio Link-Arc, Ken is Vice President for Educational and Cultural Programs for the MIT Club of New York and serves on the Center for Architecture Foundation Young Patrons Committee. Ken earned a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from the University of Virginia, where he was the production editor for Modulus 25, and a Master of Architecture degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received the Marvin E. Goody Prize.