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Born in Somers Point NJ, Pfirman graduated from Mainland Regional HS in Linwood NJ in 1990. He finished a Bachelor of Arts degree from UNC-Charlotte in 1994, interning at Gary Mednick Architect in Linwood NJ.  This was followed by a three-year internship at Charlotte's C. L. Helt Architects and 1998 completion of a Bachelors in Architecture, again at UNC-Charlotte.  After working until 2001 for Wilmington's Michael Ross Kersting Architecture, he founded his own firm in 2002 in Wilmington.

2004 - The Kevin Pfirman Office, aka The Experiment, 5703 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington.

2004 - The Mort Neblett Residence, aka Great Oak Gallery, 6023 Joshua's Landing, Wilmington NC.

2005 - The Stacey E. Ferris Residence, aka Dog Leg Right, 1823 Baywater Court SE, Bolivia NC.

2009 - aka The Courtyard House On A Hill. Unbuilt.

2010 - The Ralph Konrady House, aka One For The Road,  5707 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington NC. Also built by Konrady.

2010 - aka The Two For The Road House. Unbuilt.


2010 - aka The Three For The Road House. 


2010 - aka The MaMa Dojo House. Unbuilt.


2010 - aka The Four Dog Trots House. Unbuilt.

 2013 - The Todd and Tina Piper Residence, aka Sandpiper, 413 Clarendon Boulevard, Carolina Beach NC. Commissioned 2010. 2800 sf. Built by Piper's firm, Tidal Wave Construction. Photos by Rick Ricozzi.


2013 - aka the Pages Creek House, Wilmington NC. Designed to look like five metal and cedar clad bait shacks with subtle Japanese styling. Built by Sterling Construction.


2014 - The Lucien and Jane Ellison House, 6402 Quail Run Road, overlooking Hewlett's Creek, Wilmington NC. Built by Ellison Building Company. Wilmington's first Passivehouse. Arborist: Scott McGhee of Scott’s Treescapes. Pictured: Kevin Pfirman and Lucien Ellison.

   2017 - aka the Green Light District, 702 Waynick Blvd, Wrightsville Beach NC. Under construction.

Sources include: Kevin Pfirman, Wrightsville Beach Magazine.