Yong Cho, AIA


As a project architect, he has repeatedly succeeded in designing elegant buildings based on simplicity and economy. His designs are marked by innovation and detail that enrich the community. Having been practicing architecture since 1990, he has excellent communication skills, able to quickly articulate the core of issues as well as listen. He has been involved in a wide array of projects from residential to international institutional projects. He has received various research grants including the prestigious Graham and Xerox Grants. His design work has received numerous awards and continues to set a high bar for quality design. He has taught architecture at Yale University and at the University of Colorado in Denver.

As a principal of Studio Completiva, he has developed a reputation as a leader in mixed-use, mixed-income and mixed-construction type design within complex urban contexts. He is a firm believer in making design accessible and approachable—engaging clients and the community.


M.Arch, Yale University Graduate School of Architecture

BA, Visual Studies, cum laude, Dartmouth College