Kyle Martis

Kyle Martis

LEED Green Associate


Kyle is a talented designer who recently earned his Master of Architecture from Northeastern University. Kyle brings experience in both interior architecture/design and healthcare architecture, which he refined through a study abroad semester in Berlin and two co-ops in New York City. He holds a passion for adaptive reuse as well as sustainability, which he helps promote to the office as a member of the office sustainability group. At Northeastern, he recently served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Fundamentals of Architectural Design course. Originally from Long Island, New York, Kyle remains an avid New York sports fan and is a frequent Boston-area concertgoer!

Northeastern University College of Arts, Media, and Design Graduate Student Scholarship
Nominee - Northeastern University College of Arts, Media & Design Undergraduate Graduation Project Award
Northeastern University Excellence Scholarship

American Institute of Architects

Boston Society of Architects

Speaking Engagements
Need to Know

How many pairs of shoes do you own? Too many to count! I've loved to collect sneakers since I was young and have a sizable collection of mostly Nike kicks.

Have you ever had a nickname? What is it? K Mart - I think that's pretty self-explanatory!

Favorite sport to watch and play? Lacrosse was my favorite sport growing up, but I'll watch almost anything. My favorite teams are Arsenal FC, the New York Islanders, and... well I grew up a Yankees fan but I definitely have a major soft spot for the Mets.

Favorite movie? I'm not afraid to admit that I'm a huge Star Wars fan, my favorites being The Empire Strikes Back and Revenge of the Sith.

Favorite thing about your career? I grew up taking train rides into Manhattan with my family and went to high school there too, and as a result have always had an interest in the concept of the built environment. Being able to now have an active role in that and learn more about it each day while developing my own skills with like-minded people makes me feel so lucky.