KEMET C.T. FLOYD

SAY IT LOUD - Ohio Exhibitor

Ohio Based Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

My brother has always inspired me to do more. He is a creative himself and he challenges me to think differently.

KEMET C.T. FLOYD

Bio:

Recent graduate of Kent State University architecture program with a minor in sustainability. Born and raised in Dayton, OH. Through design I aspire to apply my knowledge and skills to improve and provide cultural impact through sustainability.

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?

I first learned about architecture when I job shadowed a firm in the eighth grade and was inspired ever since to pursue something in design. Once I attended Kent State I knew I had a gift and passion and aspired to make cultural impact since.

What do you do?

Currently working as an architectural designer and brand influencer. I spend my free time designing logos and marketing techniques for small owned businesses.

What excites you in the work you do?

What excites me is the collaboration. I pride myself in always working with diverse designers. Sharing ideas and executing on them to produce extraordinary experiences for others.

Who or what inspires you professionally?

My brother has always inspired me to do more. He is a creative himself and he challenges me to think differently.

 

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?

My proudest so far would be receiving my degree in architecture. It is the first step to completing my process of licensure.

Featured Project Name: 

The Book Stop

 

Featured Project Location: 

Various

 

Featured Project Completion Date: 

2019

Role in Featured Project: 

Lead Designer

 

Featured Project Description:

The inspired design of the Book Stop creatively approaches a global issue of limited resources for public access to great literature. With an adaptable and cost-effective execution the mobile meditative reading space provides opportunities in many locations especially those that are underdeveloped. This will ultimately refresh the importance of the sharing of knowledge through literature in a more playful and hands-on way.

Photography Credit:

Badr Zabarah 

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