KEVIN KENNEDY, AIA (1971-)
Kennedy grew up in Mint Hill NC. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts of Arts and Architecture in 1996 and Bachelor of Architecture in 1997 from UNC-Charlotte. He worked from 1988-1994 for Harris Teeter Supermarkets then became lead designer and project architect for Shook Kelley. In 2004, he founded Cluck Design Collaborative with Chris Scorsone. He has been a guest Professor at UNC-Charlotte since 1998. He also owns the Spoke Easy, a bicycle shop located next door to Cluck. Color photo of Kennedy by Logan Cyrus.
2006 - The Pine Residence, Watercolor FL. Unbuilt. Designed with Chris Scorsone.
2006 - 529 McDonald Avenue, Charlotte NC. Sold in 2007 to Joel and Elizabeth Ann Bartis. Sold in 2017 to Christopher Synek. Sold in 2021 to Sean and Carly Ginley.
Around 2007 - aka the 1-2-3 House Addition, Jonas Ridge NC. Third section of a Modernist mountain house. The original house was an A-frame, the section section was added 15 years later in the 1980s. Designed with Chris Scorsone.
2008 - The Roger Moore, William Nunemaker, and Daniel Brewton Project, 412 McDonald Avenue, Charlotte NC. Sold in 2013 to Kathryn J. and Brian T. Jennaro. Designed with Chris Scorsone.
2008 - The Pearce House, Charlotte NC. Unbuilt. Designed with Chris Scorsone.
2010 - The Wayne Residence, Charlotte NC.
2011 - The Harry Mark House, aka the Red Barn Renovation, San Clemente CA. Designed with architect Harry Mark and Chris Scorsone. Won an 2014 AIA North Carolina Design Award.
2013 - The 9th Street Townhomes, Charlotte NC. Unbuilt. Designed with Chris Scorsone.
2014 - The Studio 6 Townhouses, 2724-2744 North Davidson Street, Charlotte NC. Six attached townhouses on what was considered an unbuildable lot.
2014 - The Christopher Ladd and Michel Van Devender House, 2142 East 5th Street, Charlotte NC. Sold in 2020 to Todd William and Linda Bleakney. Sold in 2021 to Vinh Nguyen.
2015 - The Wayne House, Concord NC. Commissioned 2012. Designed with Chris Scorsone.
2018 - The Tinelli Residence, aka Greyfriars, Mooresville NC. Won a 2019 AIANC Design Award; 2021 AIA Charlotte Design Award.
2018 - The Rampton Lodge, Saluda NC.
Year unknown - The Rea Court, Charlotte NC.
Sources include: Cluck Design Collaborative; Mecklenburg County Tax Office; Houzz.