Our Portfolio

Each project we take-on holds a special place in our hearts and  the time and dedication we put into every step cannot be over emphasized.  We strive to blend our client’s requests for features with our best design and management skills.  Our portfolio page represents a broad range of the work we have completed. You can click on any category (at the top) to provide a more focused view or scroll down to see our range.  Scroll over any image for a summary or click on the image for a more complete gallery of the project.

Tall Prairie House

Working with the relatively narrow lot, we maximized solar exposure by placing the house at the northern setback, opening up the south windows, patio and yard to natural daylight.

Barker Mansion

Barker Mansion Kil Architecture and Planning provided historic preservation consultation for the Barker Mansion exterior restoration of the historic stone masonry. Our staff completed an existing conditions assessment of the Barker Mansion and identified areas of concern for the masonry restoration process, and worked with the masonry contractor to provide repair and patching with an accurate…

Riverwalk Townhomes

Riverwalk Townhomes This new townhouse development is a part of the City of Mishawaka’s River Center Redevelopment project. The building’s traditional exterior takes many of its design cues from the numerous early Twentieth Century buildings on Mishawaka Avenue, acknowledging its place as part of the large whole of the city. The project is connected directly…

Main Street Grille

Main Street Grille This project entailed the renovation of the first floor storefront of the Former Mishawaka Masonic Temple into a new bistro restaurant and bar in downtown Mishawaka. The north wall of the main dining room and bar was exposed to reveal the interior brick surface of the exterior wall, providing an excellent backdrop…

Champion’s Way City Homes

Champion’s Way City Homes Kil Architecture/Planning developed the plans for the Champion’s Way townhomes at the Eddy Commons development near the Notre Dame campus. The 66 unit, 9 building project establishes an urban, pedestrian character for the streets, narrow landscaped front yards, traditionally detailed entrances, with an overall emphasis on masonry exterior with dormers and projecting bays.…