Sung Ho Kim

Co-Director | Axi:Ome


Professor of Architecture

Washington University

in St. Louis

Sung Ho Kim studied drawing and sculpture as a teenager at the Art Students League of New York and Harvard Graduate School of Design Career Discovery Program. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design and an AA Diploma from Architectural Association of London, UK with Royal Institute of British Architects Part I and II. He also received his Master in Science in Architecture Studies from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a project designer for Nasrine Seraji in Paris, France and Wellington Reiter in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He served as a principal researcher for the Interrogative Design Group at Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT. Sung Ho taught at Rhode Island School of Design and was an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University. He was a Visiting Professor at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and Konkuk University in Seoul, Korea. Currently, he is a tenured Full Professor of Architecture and engaged in research with Biology and Computer Science at Washington University in St. Louis. He was a founding Director of Axi:Ome llc of Providence, RI from 2001 and has been Co-Director of Axi:Ome llc of St. Louis with Heather Woofter since 2003.