Ken Meyer, AIA, NCARB, ILFI is an architect in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s in Architecture and a minor in Sustainability. His degree and experience provide a platform in which to solve problems in the urban context using an interdisciplinary approach, and his passion is for architecture that is thoughtful in its place and responds to the environment in a sustainable way, integrating within the landscape it is in.
Ken is a registered architect in Texas and sits on the AIA Disaster Relief Committee and the AIA Exhibits Committee in Fort Worth.
Awards of his collaborative works include multiple ASLA awards for the Carson Parklet, and an award for best design for his submission of Designing Architecture for Resiliency through Time in the Student Energy Expo.