Kenneth Wiland is an award-winning architect that specializes in residential design and construction. He strives to provide clients with elegant yet restrained architectural solutions grounded in the timeless principles of traditional building methods. He believes in producing comprehensive working drawings which help contractors build on schedule and on budget while minimizing unexpected costs and delays during the construction phase.
Kenneth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University and a Master of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. He was trained by Oliver Cope and Douglas C. Wright in New York City from 2007 to 2013 prior to establishing his own practice in Charleston in 2015.
Kenneth has worked in various locations along the East Coast including the Hamptons, Martha’s Vineyard, Charleston, Kiawah Island, Florida, and New York City’s Upper East and Upper West Sides. Early in his career he won a design competition judged by acclaimed interior designers Laura Kirar and Clodagh which was promoted through Architectural Digest.
Kenneth and his wife, Ashley, reside in Charleston, South Carolina with their two young sons.