Kaminski + Pew is an award-winning architecture and interior design firm based in Philadelphia, PA. Whether new construction architectural design, interior renovation, or a simple interior refresh, we craft beautiful and unique spaces tailored to the individual tastes and lifestyles of our clients. Each collaboration is cultivated from an extensive knowledge of art and design, expertise in color, scale, and materials, and a love of unexpected details.
We recognize that each project is unique and offer a number of services tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. We are comfortable working on projects of any scale, style, or budget. Throughout our process we maintain consistent communication with the client, vendors, contractors, and consultants. We aim to keep projects on time, within budget, and to consistently exceed client expectations.
KEVIN KAMINSKI AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Originally from Buffalo, New York, Kevin Kaminski graduated from Drexel University with a degree in Architecture. Kevin has over 10 years of experience, having practiced at Venturi, Scott Brown, & Associates and KieranTimberlake.
Kevin is a Registered Architect in the State of Pennsylvania, a member of the American Institute of Architects, NCARB certified, and a LEED Accredited Professional. Kevin is also a frequent visiting architecture critic at many local universities.
ALEXIS PEW ALLIED ASID
PARTNER, INTERIOR DESIGNER
A native of the Philadelphia area, Alexis Pew studied graphic design at James Madison University, before receiving a degree in Interior Design from Harcum College. Alexis worked as the lead interior designer at Busybee Design for 4 years.
With years of experience in residential design, Alexis has a keen ability to understand client needs and translate those needs into a cohesive finished product. Alexis also teaches courses in interior design, history of furniture, and SketchUp rendering.
In 2014, Kevin and Alexis established their own firm, Kaminski + Pew. They bring with them a thorough knowledge of the creative process and a solid understanding of complex design problems.