Kevin Teague is a New York-based award-winning designer whose practice focuses on the unique potentials that exist within every site, every client, and every program to make something extraordinary. Teague’s colorful, thoughtful, and nuanced design is the product of his robust education and experience, both in architecture and in the world. ///// Teague has a Master of Architecture from Columbia University where he focused on architectural design, culture and theory. While earning a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from the University of Illinois (Urbana) he found a love of the tectonic elegance of Modernist works and the cultural sensitivity and playfulness characteristic of post-Modernism. ///// Prior to starting his own practice, Teague worked for ten years in Boston and New York on a variety of residential, commercial and civic projects. Most recently, Teague practiced architecture for three years with Studio Daniel Libeskind, world-renowned for winning the World Trade Center masterplan competition. While there Teague worked on a broad variety of projects, including the WTC masterplan as well as architecture, landscape and planning efforts in post-tsunami Sri Lanka and the post-Katrina Gulf Coast. The spirit and resilience of the people he met in those places still serve as an inspiration. ///// Teague currently practices architecture and design in New York City, and teaches various design courses at several area colleges and universities. Teague is also the founder and owner of 1GOODi, a graphics and web design service for entrepreneurs, freelancers and small businesses.