KEVIN F. ROSE, AIA, NCARB
Master of Architecture, Savannah College of Art and Design, 1991
Registered Architect in Georgia
Certificate of Appreciation for Professional Accomplishment, AIA Savannah, 2019
“40 Under 40″ recipient, Business Report & Journal, 2007
Outstanding Student in Architecture, SCAD, 1991
During his 24 years with Lominack Kolman Smith Architects, Kevin has served as Project Manager and Design Architect on a multitude of diverse projects in both the public and private sector. He has completed over 20 military projects, many types of office spaces for both large and small companies, multi-family housing, and a variety of commercial facilities.
Kevin’s work on Siler Hall: U.S. Coast Guard Operations & Training Facility and the Marine Corp Recruit Depot Review Stand at Parris Island, South Carolina earned design awards from AIA Georgia. Some additional award winning projects include the rehabilitation of 301 West Broughton Street into a mixed-use building (Historic Savannah Foundation Preservation Award, AIA Savannah Award) and Frogtown Lofts in Savannah’s Landmark District. Currently, Kevin is project lead on the adaptive reuse of the historic 15,000 square foot Kehoe Iron Works complex in the Trustees Garden neighborhood in Savannah.
A special talent Kevin brings to this team is his relationship with music. He plays a variety of instruments, and has worked as a professional sound engineer in live and studio settings for many years. He designed and helped build a popular Savannah music venue as well as several professional recording studios. Kevin’s audio production experience assists with the architectural interface between acoustic engineers, theater consultants, and residential and commercial audio/visual contractors and designers.
Professional Organizations and Service:
Coastal Conservation Association, Board President (2013-Present)
American Institute of Architects (1990-Present)
Urban Design Committee (Founding Member)
Rape Crisis Center Board of Directors (2003 President)