Kyle Fischer, AIA, NCARB

Project Architect

“You will always be too tired, you will never have enough time. Stop making excuses and get stuff done.”

Kyle Fischer is currently a Project Architect at EV&A Architects, working closely with the design director and production staff to help bring concepts to reality. Kyle joined the EV&A team during his last year of graduate school where he focused much of his efforts on hospitality design and urbanism. His Master’s thesis studied the work of Jane Jacobs and applied urban theories to the complexities of developing resort hotels and casinos in a dense urban fabric.  In doing so, he was able to analyze their impact on the community and make design recommendations that could be beneficial to the developer and community at large. 


Kyle has recently passed all 6 of his Architecture Registration Exams and fulfilled his IDP requirements; He was sworn in as an Architect under the Nevada State Board of Architecture in October 2017. Currently, he’s working on a range of commercial, hospitality and tenant improvements where he is familiar with all phases of work from entitlements through contract administration.



2019, Director, Las Vegas Emerging Professionals, Young Architects Forum

2017-Present, Member, AIA High School Outreach Committee

2017, Member, AIA High School Design Competition Committee

Member, School of Architecture, Help Build Hope for Haiti

Member, School of Architecture, Freedom By Design, ADA Accessibility Project



American Institute of Architects, AIA

American Institute of Architects, Emerging Professionals, Young Architects Forum



2015, Masters of Architecture, UNLV

2013, Bachelors of Science in Architecture, UNLV