Keyla M Hernandez is a Cuban born designer. Currently based out of Kent Ohio working in international design projects with an emphasis on small and medium scale digitally fabricated components. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Florida International University in Miami, and her Masters in Architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) where she graduated in 2012. Previously a faculty member at Syracuse University School of Architecture, Keyla has been an invited critic for reviews at the University of Southern California, SCI-Arc and Yale. She has held design positions in various design firms in Miami, Los Angeles, and South America, and has vast experience in projects ranging in scale from interior design to master plans. Currently, she is the Lead Designer for Industria-K where her research focuses on aesthetics and the relationship between architecture and the human body.
 

Milo

Team Members: Keyla Hernandez

-

Ramillete- carefully arranged small flower bouquet scaled to receive spatial qualities and for events to take place. Small in its conception where its textures and articulation translate to ergonomics, full of elegance and possibilities

Click on the Object; Use your mouse, and arrow keys (or WASD keys) + Space bar to make a drawing! Visit the web-based app linked above, to create and save the drawings.
To save the image files, click on the exhibition logo.