Kevin Asbacher, AIA
Founding Principal of Asbacher Architecture
Kevin Asbacher began his career in 1995 and for 16 years worked at several residential firms in Washington, DC; and Florida, before setting out in March 2011 to launch his own practice. In his 20 years focusing on custom residential design, he has fulfilled projects in a variety of traditional and modern styles, ranging in scale from 1,400 to more than 15,000 square feet, including award-winning new oceanfront estates, and restorations of landmarked properties. As a modern classicist, Kevin has creatively interpreted the past for today, applying a contemporary sensibility for light, space, restraint, and elegance. And, he has attracted particular recognition not only for his dedication to enhance the architectural traditions of southeast Florida with original designs, but also for his commitment to the preservation of the region’s rich architectural legacy. Notably, he has contributed to the preservation of historic buildings by such tastemaker-architects as Maurice Fatio, Howard Major, John Volk, and Marion Sims Wyeth. Kevin attended the University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science (in Architecture) in 1993, and also completed graduate studies to earn a Master of Architecture in 1995. He currently maintains architectural licenses in Florida and New York. His professional affiliations include the American Institute of Architects, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, and INTBAU (International Network For Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism).