University of California at Berkeley
Master of Architecture
Min Ho Kim is an Associate Principal and Senior Designer at SCB, with a focus on commercial office and mixed-use developments. Min‘s talents and accomplishments as an architect are rooted in a design approach that prioritizes the user’s experience and sense of place. Through the integration of structure, technology, materials, and sustainability parameters based on programmatic and contextual analysis, Min’s portfolio of work reflects a commitment to high-profile building design and exceptional project management. His attention to detail coupled with excellent problem-solving skills ensures that each of his projects are carried out accurately and to the highest standard with economical and creative implementation of systems and materials.
Min’s 15+ year career includes world-class, large-scale mixed-used projects, Class A office towers, 5-star hotels, commercial facilities, and government facilities. Since joining SCB, Min has been involved with the Valvoline Headquarters in Lexington, KY; The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago’s Lincoln Park, ComEd’s Chicago North Headquarters, and Telegraph Tower in Oakland, CA, to name a few.
Min is a member of the firm’s Office Research & Development group and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He received his Master of Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley.