Kye Wehrell, RA

 Principal Architect

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Education & Licensure

University of Florida                       Bachelors of Design

University of North Carolina Charlotte Bachelors of Architecture

Architectural License: Georgia




Kye was fortunate while young to realize that his inherent artistic talent and interest in engineering would be the perfect fit for the study and practice of Architecture. As a licensed Architect with over 30 years of diversified experience, his ability to visualize space 3 dimensionally while clearly communicating and artistically presenting his vision and ideas effectively has been invaluable to his success.

Being passionate and making the most of every day is his motto. While not practicing architecture or spending time with his wife and two children, he enjoys staying active and healthy partaking in a variety of sports and community activities.  He also holds a private pilot’s license and spent 13 years building an experimental Vans RV6A airplane that has won him many awards for his fine craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail.

Kye has always enjoyed all aspects of practicing architecture and the diversified skillset that is required to be successful. He enjoys taking his passion and love for architecture into the collaborative design process to ensure a gratifying experience for his clients. The joy of working with so many unique clients to generate innovative design solutions for their particular needs is a challenge he welcomes with every new project. Like people, there are no two architectural projects that are the same, making each day a delightful artistic journey.

Project Experience

Resort/Golf Course Amenity Buildings, Sports/Athletic Clubs, Movie Theaters, Retail Shopping Centers and Anchor Tenant Building Design – Publix, Staples, Barnes & Noble and Old Navy, Auto Dealerships, Manufacturing/Research Development Facilities, Community Clubhouses, Multifamily Residential, Custom Residential and Remodel, Airpark Land Planning and Hangar Home Design, Assisted Living Facilities, Medical, Military, Office Buildings and Religious Facilities 

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