Gordon Ingerson



After earning his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati in 1983, Mr. Ingerson served as Principal-in-Charge, Project Designer, Project Manager and Project Architect for several leading architectural studios including Gould Architects, CHK Architects and Grant Architects. Mr. Ingerson has served as President of the American Institute of Architects, Baltimore Chapter and as design expert for numerous local, and regional committees, including as past Chair of the Baltimore Urban Design Committee.

Mr. Ingerson has built a reputation for managing large teams on technically complex projects, with budgets in excess of $130 million. He is an award winning architectural designer with a unique ability to integrate quality building + urban design with well executed technical solutions. His strong commitment to successful constructability outcomes make him a valuable team member for projects of any size, scope or type. Mr. Ingerson’s architectural experience includes master planning, concept planning, building design, agency + community presentation, production of construction documents + specifications and contract administration during construction.

Mr. Ingerson has been with KPN Architects, LLC since its inception in 2009 and serves as one of its three principals as a design expert on numerous local + regional committees. His portfolio includes award-winning design for higher education, research, historic preservation, mixed-use development and housing for student, multifamily + senior communities.  As Principal for KPN Architects, he manages the process of design and construction administration for several of the firm’s major projects as well as assists in developing and promoting KPN Architects’ various marketing initiatives.


2009 - Present
Principal | KPN Architects, LLC
1999 - 2009
Principal + Vice President of Design | Grant Architects, Inc.
1985 - 1999
Project Manager + Director of Design | Gould Architects, PA
1984 - 1985
Job Captain | Construction Graphic Systems - CHK Architects
1983 - 1984
Architectural Design Intern | Mark Beck Associates