Panquat Kyesmu is an Associate and joined Booth Hansen in 2021. Panquat’s interest in architecture was sparked by the notion that architecture can be used as means to create place and memory. In each project he works on, he leverages the physical construction of both program and context to improve the way people interact with spaces. Panquat brings great value to the Booth Hansen team with his enthusiasm, developed design sense and experience as a photographer. Looking forward into his career, Panquat hopes to be involved in designing ventures that discuss the temporal disposition of the built environment, how those notions could be utilized and creating spaces that recognize and acknowledge the larger context in which it inhabits.
Panquat earned his Master of Architecture at University of Michigan and his Bachelor of Design in Architecture at University of Florida.
Master of Architecture, University of Michigan, 2018
Bachelor of Design in Architecture, University of Florida, 2016
National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)