Gosia Kung LEED AP
Gosia Kung brings 25 years of experience in architecture and urban design along with 10 years of community leadership and executive nonprofit management. Ms. Kung specializes in “missing middle” and affordable housing policy and design. She serves on the Denver Planning Board.
After receiving her degree in architecture in Poland, Ms. Kung moved to the United States and focused her professional career on human scale design. In 2003, along with her husband she founded Kung Architecture – a full service architectural practice focused on urban infill, community development, and commercial design. She joined KTGY in January 2020 where she is leveraging her experience and skills to lead a highly qualified team of architects and planners.
In 2011 Ms. Kung established Colorado’s first successful pedestrian advocacy organization WalkDenver and became nationally recognized spokesperson for walkable cities.
Bachelor of Architecture and Urban Design
Licensed Architect: CO
LEED Accredited Professional
Denver Planning Board
ULI Housing Committee, Chair
ULI Executive Committee, Member
Downtown Denver Partnership Public Realm Council, DEI Champion
YIMBY Denver, Founding Member
AIA CO, JEDI Committee Member
Welton Challenge, Denver, CO
College of Planning and Architecture CU Denver, CO
2019 Denverite – Who’s Next: Housing
2016 Denver Sustainability Office - Love this Place Award for work as a visionary helping Denver achieve 2020 sustainability goals
2015 Transit Alliance - Outstanding Citizens’ Academy Graduate