Yugene is a Partner at the architecture firm of Krueck Sexton Partners (KSP). He joined KSP in 2003 and became one of five new Partners in 2020 to lead the practice forward. He stands at the forefront of redefining the live/work-place paradigm, with a practice ranging from large-scale commercial developments to complex cultural projects including the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership; 1100 First Street office building in Washington, DC; Grogan | Dove Federal Building in Miramar, Florida; The Tower at North Franklin; United Airlines Terminal at LAX; The Franklin Repositioning; CME Center Ground Plane Repositioning; and most recently the International Square Food Market in downtown Washington D.C.
He serves as the leader of KSP's Design Leadership initiative, a role that focuses on creating a studio environment that inspires, equips, and empowers the firm's next generation of design leaders to contribute at the highest level.
Yugene has taught graduate and undergraduate level architecture studio at IIT together with Ron Krueck, and has served as a guest critic at multiple institutions