Kyuyeon Park


Kyuyeon Park is a designer at Davis Square Architects, and works carefully with clients to develop design and construction documents that accurately and thoughtfully create the spaces they desire, in addition to presentations and supporting graphics. She is also skilled at hand-sketching and model-making.

Kyuyeon’s current projects include 370 Essex Street, the transformation of an historic building and adjacent vacant lot into approximately 7,700 square feet of commercial space and 39 apartments in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The original Lawrence Gas Company building will be adapted into 16 rental apartments with ground-floor commercial space, and a new five-story building will be built on the underutilized vacant lot, with ground-floor commercial space and 23 rental units above.

Kyuyeon recently graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with her Master of Architecture. Her thesis, Redundant and Resilient Architecture, focused on how the design principle of redundancy and loose-fit can increase a building’s flexibility and resiliency. Kyuyeon also received both her Bachelor of Science in Physics and Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering from Sogang University in Korea.

Rhode Island School of Design
Master of Architecture, 2018

Sogang University
Bachelor of Science in Physics, 2011
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering, 2011

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