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About Us

Started by partners John Kim and Tai Ming Moy, KIMOY Studios is a full service architecture studio in New York with projects throughout New York City, Westchester and Long Island. Through a collaborative design process, we help our clients achieve their ideal surroundings.  From overall concepts to selecting finishes, our compassionate team is able to create beautiful spaces that satisfy your unique needs and wants.

John Kim

John Kim received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University in 2003 and his bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia in 1997.

After UVA, he was an integral team member at Smith Group on the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of the American Indian and the support/research facilities located in nearby Maryland.

After Columbia, John work at Resolution for Architecture where he was instrumental in developing and implementing the firm’s prefabricated building program. In addition, he worked on numerous residential and commercial projects located throughout the country from the local metro New York area to Wisconsin and as far away as California. His work at Resolution for Architecture has won several AIA awards and has been featured in several print, online and television media outlets.

He maintains ties to the academic world by serving as guest critics for various classes at Columbia and Pratt University. Joh is a registered architect in the state of New York.

Tai Moy

Tai Moy received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University in 2003 and his Bachelor of Art in Art History at Vassar College.

After Vassar, Tai ran his own design and fabrication studio creating jewelry, objects and furniture for private and retail clients.

After Columbia, Tai worked at Steven Learner Studio, an architecture and interior design firm specializing in art world related clients. While there, he headed numerous residential and commercial projects ranging from loft renovations for art collectors to commercial galleries and private museums. His work has been featured in New York Magazine, New York Times, the New York Times Magazine, Art+Auction and Town and Country.