ABOUT KVS ARCHITECTURE

Community plays an especially important part in the work of KVS Architecture. We realize our obligation to create buildings that will retain cultural value and acceptance among a community. In this manner, we begin all of our work with the realization that architecture is an integral part of the community that defines the specific and unique place in which we live.

Culture is not static, thus neither is architecture.
For this reason, KVS Architecture strives to create buildings which convey the time in which they were built. By continually seeking new sources of cultural inspiration, we attempt to orchestrate the clash between the newly developed technology of today and the cultural history of yesterday.
KVS ARCHITECTURE
347 Girod Street
Mandeville, LA 70448

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Phone: 985-674-3077
Fax: 985-674-3087

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K. VAUGHAN SOLLBERGER JR., AIA, NCARB, Principal Architect
Vaughan has studied art and architecture at the Savannah College of Art & Design, the University of Southeastern Louisiana and received his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette. Vaughan’s previous employment includes project management positions in several Louisiana architectural firms where his work has greatly ranged. At KVS Architecture, he has continued to pursue quality architectural design through a diversity of building types.
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SUSAN DANIELSON
Susan Danielson is a lifelong resident of Old Mandeville, Louisiana and graduated from the University of Lafayette in 2005 with her Bachelors in Architecture. While studying Architecture, Susan helped restore and renovate another Historic Cultural Community, Vermilionville. Susan has worked with Architect Charles Duvall designing fabric structures, and studied abroad in Paris for the summer. Susan worked for KVS Architecture in Mandeville for 3 years before pursuing her Master’s in Architecture in 2010. While studying at Tulane University, she designed the URBANbuild prototype #4 house that was built the following semester and became LEED Silver certified. After graduation, she worked at GGB Architects and FL+WB Architects before returning to KVS Architecture. Recently, Susan has been appointed to the Historic District Commission in Old Mandeville. Susan is an assistant Project Manager while completing her architectural internship at KVS Architecture.
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MATT FOX
Matt Fox moved south from Washington, DC. shortly before Hurricane Katrina to begin his architectural education at Tulane University. While in college, Matt was awarded two AIA awards for collaborative design/build projects. He took advantage of the opportunity to study abroad in Japan, China, and photography in Italy. He graduated with Bachelors and Masters Degrees in 2010. Matt’s previous experience includes project and construction management, as well as material reuse and recycling for non-profits. Matt is currently an assistant project manager completing his architecture internship requirements at KVS Architecture.
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KIM KERR
Kim moved to Louisiana just after Katrina and enjoys living here with her two children. Plus she gets to fish often!
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