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Tyler Kirk is a Principal Architect at Think Architecture with expertise in a wide range of project types including: Multi-Family Housing, Single Family Housing, Commercial Office, Commercial Retail, Resort/Hospitality, Warehouse, Light Manufacturing and Community Planning. Prior to the creation of Think Architecture, Tyler was a Principal Architect at JSA architects where he spent 12 years endeavoring to create environmentally responsive architecture for all aspects of life including: work, play and entertainment. While he has worked on many exciting projects for clients with deeper pockets, the real challenge has been creating attainable architecture for those with shallower ones. As such, he has found success in designing spaces and buildings that strive to make the most of their respective budgets. He has also enjoyed working on high density projects where creative solutions for the preservation of natural resources are important. He has strived to find an appropriate balance between natural and man-made environments while preserving valuable community resources such as water, open space and energy.

Tyler has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Utah where he was the recipient of the Presidential Honor Award for Academic Achievement. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He currently holds architectural licenses in Utah and Minnesota but as he also holds a National Council of Architecture Registration Boards (NCARB) certificate, he can gain licensure in virtually any state. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional. Tyler has received various design awards including: The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Award for Scholarly Pursuit in the Field of Architecture, Best Architecture Award – Salt Lake Parade of Homes, Utah Home Builders Association Community of The Year, Outstanding Architectural Design (Multifamily) – Salt Lake Parade of Homes, and Outstanding Architecture/Home Design – Salt Lake Parade of Homes. He has also been published in several magazines including: Utah Style and Design and various other design and construction journals. He has also had his work represented in the book “Leading Residential Architects.” He has volunteered with the AIA on various community outreach programs including the “Box City” program which brings aspects of architectural design into elementary school classrooms. In addition, he has worked with several school districts in various capacities to expose young students to the profession of architecture and design.

Tyler lives in Sandy Utah with his wife and 3 boys. When not working, Tyler enjoys training and racing his bicycles, backcountry skiing, playing music and hanging out with his family.


Master of Architecture
University of Utah

Bachelor of Science
/ Architectural Studies

University of Utah

Associate of Arts & Science
Brigham Young University – Idaho


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