AIA, Associate Teaching Professor
Kelly Hutzell is an Associate Teaching Professor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. She has been teaching at Carnegie Mellon since 2005, when she was awarded the first Lucian and Rita Caste Chair in Architecture and Urban Design. She currently holds a joint appointment between the Carnegie Mellon campuses in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Doha, Qatar, teaching architecture and urban design studios and seminars. Courses include the Urban Laboratory studio, Urban Design Methods and Mapping Urbanism.
Kelly is a licensed architect. As a senior associate at over,under, a Bostonbased multi-disciplinary design firm, she specializes in international urban design projects and the design of cultural and institutional buildings. Recent projects include an ideas competition for the South Harbour of Helsinki, Finland; the architectural design controls for Sowwah Island, Abu Dhabi; and concept studies for a Design Center in Aswan, Egypt. The work of the firm has been featured in Architectural Record, ArchitectureBoston, and 2A Architecture & Art, among others.
Kelly graduated from Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and received a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University, where she was awarded the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize and the William Kinne Fellows Memorial Traveling Prize. She has served as a studio critic at the American University in Sharjah, Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, University of Michigan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rhode Island School of Art and Design, Boston Architectural Center and Roger Williams University.