Alyssa Kuhns is a Registered Architect whose work mediates the scope of objects, interiors, and architecture. After receiving her Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, Alyssa worked as a Project Manager for a Pittsburgh-based Design-Build firm where she gained experience with a variety of building scales, types, and construction methods. Alyssa then went on to receive her Master of Industrial Design at Pratt Institute, where her thesis focused on the role of boundaries within domestic space from both the perspective of behavioral influences and construction. She is currently the inaugural Interior Architecture Fellow at the University of Tennessee Knoxville and is in the process of completing her fellowship research which investigates discrepancies between idealistic and realistic representations of domestic interiors.