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Kyle Winston-Lindeboom

Kyle Winston is a designer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2023, he co-coordinated the [IN]ARCH program at UC Berkeley and in 2022 taught in the Design Discovery program at Harvard. He has worked most recently for Johnston Marklee in Cambridge, where he collaborated on the design for the new Whitney Independent Study Program, and was previously a Senior Designer for Davies Toews Architecture in New York City. He received his Master in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he edited Pairs 02 and 03 (Harvard University Press, 2021-2), and received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati, where he edited Echos (Actar, 2018). Winston has been a lecturer in the School of Architecture at Northeastern since 2022.




(M.Arch), Harvard University Graduate School of Design
(BS.Arch), University of Cincinnati College of DAAP

Research Focus

Assistant Editor, Massive, Lasting & Inevitable: The Enormity of Architecture (ORO Editions, forthcoming)
Editor, Pairs 03 (Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2022)
Editor, Pairs 02 (Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2021)
Associate Editor, Pairs 01 (Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2021)
Editor, Echos (Actar, 2018)