MArch, Columbia University; Bachelor of Design, University of Florida
Kenneth Tracy’s professional focus has been on bridging the gap between design and digital fabrication. He is a founding partner of yo_cy design with Christine Yogiaman. Based in St. Louis, yo_cy is currently designing projects in Indonesia with a focus on combining local craft with digital fabrication techniques. Tracy was formerly a partner at both Associated Fabrication (AF) and 4-pli Design in Brooklyn, NY. During his tenure at AF, he worked on fabrication projects for clients such as Sarah Oppenheimer, Zaha Hadid, and Chanel. At 4-pli Design, the sister firm to AF, he completed several residential and commercial interior projects in New York City. Previously, Tracy worked as an architect with Carl Abbott Architects in Sarasota, Florida, and for Imrey Culbert LP in New York. Currently a visiting assistant professor at Washington University in St. Louis, he has taught at Pratt Institute’s Graduate School of Architecture, Columbia University, and the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture.
The WUSTL student groups Material Monster and Green Action are partnering to produce Climate Change: stories for social justice, an installation that seeks to connect the fossil fuel economy and climate change to human rights.