Jeeyea Kim is a graduate of Chung-Ang University in South Korea, and of the Masters of Architecture program at University of Californian in Los Angeles (UCLA). She has worked with PATTERNS, David Clovers, and Griffin Enright Architects in Los Angeles, and most recently at MAD Architects in Beijing. Her professional work experience has involved a diverse set of projects including art installations, product design, residential design, office headquarters, cultural centers, museums, and urban design. She joined the Interior Design program at Indiana University in 2014 as a lecturer, and she started teaching at the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program of the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design as an assistant professor in 2019.
Dorian Bybee is a graduate of Ball State University, and has a Masters in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. He has worked for nearly a decade at a variety of world class Architectural offices in New York, Los Angeles, and Beijing. These included; Architectonics in New York City, Griffin Enright Architects in Los Angeles, and Zaha Hadid Architects and Graft Architects in Beijing. His professional experience has included healthcare projects, schools, high end residential work, and large scale mixed use projects, and most recently has focused on R&D and cutting edge digital fabrication utilizing Indiana limestone. He currently teaches at the Interior Design Program of the Eskenazi School in Indiana University as a lecturer.
The works of haptiK|B includes architectural and industrial design projects using local materials such as Indiana Limestone, and utilizes a spectrum of conventional and high-tech mediums, such as digital modeling, parametric programming, and many different types of digital fabrication.