Kyle Mastalinski, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Kyle is a thoughtful, deliberate, and compassionate architect. With a background as a carpenter and as an expert with advanced technology for architectural design, Kyle brings both an understanding of construction and progressive technologies to the design process. He blends research with community engagement to challenge preconceptions and work towards design solutions that respond to context and needs. His experience includes project management and responsibility for producing full sets of construction documents and specifications. Kyle graduated with honors from the University of Buffalo and practiced at the Urban Design Group on many multi-family and mixed-use projects in Baltimore and DC. He is actively working to achieve his architectural registration having completed his Intern Development Program as well as passing multiple exams.


The State University of New York at Buffalo
Master of Architecture, 2012
Master of Urban Planning, 2012
Bachelor of Arts, Environmental Design, 2008


LEED Accredited Professional, 2014


Butcher’s Hill Land Use Committee, Member 2013-2016
Neighborhood Design Center, Baltimore, MD, Volunteer Designer 2013-2016
Fillmore Corridor Neighborhood Coalition, Buffalo, NY, Member 2012-2013
National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference, Buffalo, NY, Tour Guide 2011
Habitat for Humanity, Buffalo, NY, Volunteer 2006

Kyle Mastalinski, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C - Designer