Lecturer in Architecture
M.Arch II - University of California, Los Angeles
B.Arch - Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
Matt Kendall is an architect focused on the creation of objects and spaces that are intrinsically diagrammatic, developing tectonic frameworks that align form, material, and concept. Matt's practice engages top-down and bottom-up design methodologies, combining intuitive making with an adaptive, research-focused perspective. His process lies within the juncture between production and analysis, embracing the potential for iterative making to contextualize and shape narratives. He is heavily invested in digital tools, with an emphasis on parametric modeling, rendering, and representation.
Matt's professional experience includes work at Snøhetta, Iwamotoscott, Patterns, and Riken Yamamoto.