Kevin Sund Joins AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design's Team of Principals

USA, San Francisco, California. June 23, 2021

AXIS/GFA Architecture + Design, the California-based award-winning hospitality and multi-family architectural design firm, is excited to announce the promotion of long-standing team member Kevin Sund to the position of Principal. Kevin now joins Principal Architects Cory Creath, Shawn Alexander, Gene Fong, and Rory Carroll as firm partners.

Joining the firm in 2008, and bringing over 18 years of professional experience to the team, Kevin is one of the senior leaders at AXIS/GFA's Los Angeles studio. Recognized as a natural leader, and noted as one of the firm's foremost technical experts, Kevin was instrumental in spearheading the development of AXIS/GFA's standards, and is a key member of the firm's Revit development team. Combining his technical knowledge with a unique understanding of inspiring design, Kevin's capabilities are complemented by his signature calming and reassuring management style.

"Kevin embodies the values of the firm, including making those he works with better," states Cory Creath, AXIS/GFA Founding Principal. "Kevin is all about raising the bar. AXIS/GFA is stronger today with Kevin joining the principal ranks, and I can confidently say that AXIS/GFA's future is in excellent hands."

For more information on Kevin and for images, visit the AXIS/GFA blog at

AXIS/GFA's newest Principal, Kevin Sund at the firm's Los Angeles studio.
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