Read the latest press about KKT Architects, Inc., our people and, most importantly, the clients we serve.

News On 6

What Does The Future Hold For Some Of Tulsa’s ‘Ugliest Buildings?’ ” – 2.18.16

The definition of architectural beauty is different for everyone. . . “Read More>”

Tulsa World

Tulsa Children’s Museum hires local firm to design new home at Gathering Place ” – 1.21.16

The Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab has hired a local architecture firm to design its new site, which is currently on the list of economic development projects for the upcoming Vision tax package . . . “Read More>”

Tulsa World

Rustic Cuff to open new store on Cherry Street ” – 1.16.16

Rustic Cuff, a popular Tulsa-based jewelry store, will open a new store along Cherry Street in little more than a week. . . “Read More>”

Tulsa World

“Tornado Tower creating its own spin even in Kiev, Ukraine” – 12.18.15

The Tornado Tower just won’t blow over. Shortly after the concept was unveiled by KKT Architects, it got picked up by the Huffington Post and, subsequently, hundreds of publications in 44 countries, said Andy Kinslow, a principal with KKT.. . . . “Read More>”

KTUL Channel 8

“Center of the Universe Concept” – 12.16.15

Andy Kinslow, partner, appeared on KTUL Channel 8’s Good Day Tulsa to speak about his experience presenting the Center of the Universe Expansion Concept and the Oklahoma Weather Museum & Research Center Concept in Kiev, Ukraine. . . . “Watch Here>”


“Andy Kinslow in Kiev” – 12.14.15


“Architecture and Business. Andy Kinslow in Kiev” – 12.11.15


“KKT Architects – Rustic Cuff New Retail Space” – 12.4.15

Tulsa World

“TU to Locate Oxley College of Health Sciences downtown” – 10.1.15

KKT was honored to work with Oxley College of Health Sciences in their new location . . . . “Read More>”


“Center of the Universe Expansion Concept” – 9.17.15

The Journal Record

“Elevations: The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital” – 6.25.15

The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital stays 91-to 915-percent full, but it wants to do more to help children. . . . “Read More>”

Tulsa Business and Legal News

“Banker shares his secrets to success” – 6.19.15

As the chairman and co-CEO of First Oklahoma Bank, the fastest growing bank in Oklahoma history, Tom Bennett Jr. . . . “Read More>”

The News-Enterprise

 “Creekside Kindergartners Make Suggestions To Tulsa Tornado Tower” – 5.22.15

When Creekside Elementary School kindergarten teacher Pat Milby learned a friend from high school was involved. . . “Read More>”

Architectural Digest

“A Funnel-Shaped Skyscraper is Planned For Tulsa, Oklahoma” – 3.19.15

Located in the heart of Tornado Alley, Tulsa, Oklahoma is no stranger to severe weather . . . “Read More>”


“Please Let Tulsa Get This Tornado-Shaped Museum” – 3.13.15

You’d think denizens of Tornado Alley wouldn’t need another reminder their homes could be blown away . . . “Read More>”

Tulsa People

“Reimagining Downtown” – 2.23.15

Like beauty, potential is in the eye of the beholder. Some people can’t see past an odd floor plan or a wild pallet . . . Read More>”

The Journal Record

“These Walls: The Wine Loft and La Crepe Nanou” – 12.24.14

Pedestrians see The Wine Loft and La Crepe Nanou as neighboring storefronts within south Tulsa’s The Vineyard shopping center.   Read More>

Tulsa World

“Arts Touted As Engine for Development” – 12.4.14

Tim Jones, whose Toronto firm Artspace is considered an international leader in using the arts and cultural activities to grow and transform communities, spoke Wednesday at a special forum hosted by the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce.  Read More>

Tulsa World

“Kinslow, Keith & Todd’s Architectural Firm Evolves With Added Skills” – 12.4.14

You’ve probably seen some of the many projects Tulsa-based architectural firm Kinslow, Keith & Todd have designed over the years. Yet they range widely and include shopping centers, medical facilities, educational centers, apartments and more. “Read More>

The New York Times

“With Faith of Investors, Downtown Tulsa Reawakens” – 11.11.14

For decades, the Mayo Hotel had been the societal symbol of Tulsa’s Reign as the Oil Capital of the World, catering to oil barons with names like Getty, Skelly, Phillips and Sinclair. But its closing gin 1981 underscored the city’s faded status as Houston became the focal point of the energy industry.  “Read More>

Tulsa Business & Legal News

“50 Years Brings New Headquarters” – 5.30.14

There are many milestones in the life of a business, opening day, for instance, or meeting a financial goal.  For one Tulsa company building their very own six-story headquarters is certainly a milestone. “Read More>”

The Journal Record

“Take Three Projects and Call Me in the Morning:  St. John Expands Offerings” – 4.15.14

St. John Health System is expanding its brand into south Tulsa, south Broken Arrow and Claremore with more than $20 million in clinic construction projects. “Read More>”

Tulsa Business & Legal News

“Kinslow, Keith & Todd Designs Their Own 25 Year History” – 4.7.13

Twenty-five years can add up to be a quick blur, but when you’re a reputable architectural firm, it’s easy to take a step back and admire the buildings that have made an impact in Tulsa’s community and… “Read More>”

Brownfield Renewal

“Guthrie Green” – 10.8.13

“The goal of these investments is to create a family-friendly community gathering space with emphasis on the arts,” said Ken Levit, executive director of George Kaiser Family Foundation. Read More >

PreservationNation Blog

“A Makeover for the Mayo Building” – 3.27.13

A majestic relic of turn-of-the-20th century Tulsa, Okla., the Mayo.. Read More>

Tulsa Business & Legal News

“Tulsa Educare chosen as finalist for Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Awards” – 3.14.13

Tulsa Educare Inc. is one of two dozen Oklahoma organizations that are now finalists for a.. Read More >

The Journal Record

“These Walls: Tulsa Community College Glenpool Campus” – 1.25.13

Tulsa Community College converted Glenpool’s old city hall into.. Read More>

GTR News – Jenks District Gazette

“2013 to Bring Skyscraper to Jenks” – 1.1.13

First Oklahoma Bank is certainly physically the biggest thing on the horizon.. Read More> 

The Tulsa World

“First Oklahoma Bank Set to Build Jenks Location” – 12.9.12

First Oklahoma Bank will build a six-story, 60,000-square-foot headquarters at the Village on Main to accommodate its… Read More>

The Tulsa World

“Arco Gets Second Chance for Apartment Development” – 11.30.12

Downtown Tulsa’s Arco building, part of the Kanbar Properties portfolio, is under contract for purchase again by another group… Read More>

The Journal Record

“2012 Event and Winners” – 11.9.12

KKT is proud to make the Tulsa’s Fast 40 list. Eagle Energy Company of Oklahoma LLC’s three-year revenue growth of more than 6,000 percent earned the company the top slot Thursday night on The Journal Record’s Tulsa’s Fast 40 event….. Read More>


“Brady Brings It!” – 11.1.12

A renaissance of arts and lifestyle improvements are happening in the Brady District in northern downtown Tulsa. If you haven’t visited in a while, you probably won’t recognize it.. Read More>

The Architect’s Newspaper

“This Land” – 10.23.12

A recently opened public space could be the turning point for Tulsa’s Brady Arts District, once known for the race riots that broke out there in 1921 but now the target of a multi-million dollar redevelopment effort. Read More>


“Episode 411: Why Preschool Can Save The World” -10.19.12

Educare of Tulsa is a state-of-the-art early childhood school that provides education and care for 364 children… Read More>

The Journal Record

“Merging Business and art aesthetics” – 9.28.12

With the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education, the architects at Kinslow, Keith & Todd wrapped the doorway glass canopies in steel, capturing… Read More>

The Tulsa World

“Lucky’s on the Green eatery opens at Guthrie Green” – 9.19.12

Brooke and Matt Kelley, owners of Lucky’s restaurant, have opened Lucky’s on the Green… Read More>

The Tulsa World

“Brady Craft Alliance now 108 Contemporary” – 9.18.12

The Brady Craft Alliance, which will have its headquarters in the Mathews Warehouse complex in the Brady Arts District, has crafted a new identity for itself  –  108 Contemporary… Read More>

World Architecture News

“Transforming Tulsa” – 9.18.12

Tulsa’s new Guthrie Green demonstrates the power of city parks to catalyse revitalisation, generate innovative sources of energy,… Read More>


“A green to envy” – 9.12

KKT was proud to design the Brady Park stage canopy. For well over a year, I’ve reported several times on the progress being made by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and others to transform the Brady District Read More>

Tulsa World

 “Groundbreaking celebrates Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center expansion” – 8.30.12

KKT partners with CAP and Manhattan Construction on new addition to Rosa Parks early childhood development center. Three-year-old Santi Carreno and two of his classmates took tiny shovels to the dirt Wednesday, helping officials break ground on a 10,900-square-foot expansion of Union Public Schools’ Rosa Parks Early Childhood Education Center… Read More>

Tulsa World

“Guthrie Green, new venues turn Brady District into showplace for arts” – 8.30.12

Kinslow, Keith & Todd is proud to be a part of the development in the Brady district. Next week, the Guthrie Green – the city block-sized park in the center of the Brady Arts District – will open to the public with three days of events, from puppet shows to fireworks, with concerts ranging from Western swing to reggae…Read More>

Tulsa World

“People & Places: DVIS board’s Rooftop Rendezvous held at Mayo Hotel” – 8.22.12

The DVIS associate board’s Rooftop Rendezvous got off to a sky-high start with its inaugural event held recently at the Mayo… Read More>

Tulsa World

“Guthrie Green promises big changes for Brady Arts District” – 8.19.12

For the first six years that Bob Fleischman operated Chrysalis Salon & Spa on Brady Street, it was the rare customer who walked… Read More>

Tulsa World

“PAC Trust plans Guthrie Green shows” – 7.15.12

Much of the programming for the new Guthrie Green stage in the Brady Arts District will be supplied through a partnership between the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust, as well as a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Read More >

Tulsa Business Journal

“Tulsa Business Journal’s Employees’ Choice:  Best Places to Work honorees and winners named” – 6.22.12

The Tulsa Business Journal’s Employees’ Choice:  Best Places to Work honorees were feted at an awards event Thursday evening at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa with nearly 180 in attendance. Read More >

Tulsa Business Journal

“Client-focused growth” – 6.6.12

Growth has been a well-measured process at Tulsa architecture, interiors and engineering firm Kinslow, Keith & Todd Inc., driven by response to client needs, principals of the 23-year-old firm said. Read More >

Tulsa World

“Brady Craft Alliance gives tours of its future home” – 5.23.12

What will become the headquarters for the Brady Craft Alliance is now a whole lot of empty space and a generous scattering of gravel. Read More >

Tulsa World

“Tulsa Brady District Zarrow arts center opens” – 5.16.12

The Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education represents a kind of re-emergence of the Brady District, University of Tulsa President Steadman Upham said Tuesday during the opening of the facility. Read More >

Tulsa World

“New art and education center in downtown Tulsa opens to public Tuesday” – 5.15.12

Artist Spencer Allen carefully presses a pea-sized pinch of gray ceramic clay onto a small three-dimensional bust as he carefully shapes the face to resemble the Shriner he recently met selling Vidalia onions on a Tulsa street corner. Read More >

“Henry Zarrow Center for Arts Education” – 5.14.12

A tour of the Henry Zarrow Center for Arts Education. Read More >

University of Arkansas Newswire

 “Fay Jones School of Architecture Students Honored at Ceremony” – 5.9.12

KKT congratulates Christina Willis, the latest recipient of the Andrew K. Kinslow Scholarship presented at the University of Arkansas. The Fay Jones School of Architecture honored 85 students at the 2012 Honors Recognition reception and ceremony, held April 20 in the Verizon Ballroom at the….. Read More>

Sand Springs Leader

“New CPHS Fine Arts Building Gets ‘Wow'” – 5.9.12

New fine arts building is crown jewel for Sand Springs says KKT. A new 1,596-square-foot, two-story fine arts building will dominate the south end of the Charles Page High School Memorial  Stadium. Read More>

Tulsa World

“Shoppes on Peoria project holds ‘topping off’ ceremony” – 4.28.12

The $3.8 million Shoppes on Peoria project, a multitenant shopping center under construction in north Tulsa, hit another milestone Friday as the final steel beam was hoisted into place. Read More >

“Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art Adds Brady District Location” – 4.23.12

After four and a half years of planning, the Philbrook Museum of Art is expanding to the Downtown area. Read More >

“New shops in N. Tulsa bring opportunity for more business” – 3.31.12

After years of planning, and a false start, construction is underway for a new shopping center in north Tulsa. But this isn’t any shopping center. Read More >

Tulsa World

“Tulsa’s Corporate Woods sees big payoff after renovation” – 2.14.12

Before local businessmen Tom Self and Rob Phillips bought Merit Corporate Park in 2009, the 97-acre complex wasn’t doing the best job of holding onto tenants. Read More >

“Tulsa, OK Has a Top Library for Children” – 2.3.12

What kind of library brings in secret agents and jam bands to get kids excited about learning? Try the Hardesty Regional Library in Tulsa, OK. The library includes a 420-seat, nautical-themed theater area called Connor’s Cove where performers encourage audience members to discover the joy of reading. Read More >

Tulsa World

“Hardesty ranked among best children’s libraries in U.S.” – 2.1.12

Calling the 420-seat Connor’s Cove the “Wow Factor,” a national website has named the Hardesty Library among the top three best children’s libraries in the United States. Read More >

Sand Springs Leader

“New School Excites Teachers, Students” – 1.3.12

KKT congratulates Sand Springs on their newest elementary school. Excitement was reflected on the faces of students and teachers as the doors opened Tuesday morning on Sand Springs newest elementary school. Northwoods Fine Arts Academy, the $14 million facility at… Read More>

Tulsa World

“New Sand Springs elementary embraces the arts” – 12.26.11

Anyone who knows Lloyd Snow knows he can talk. Give him a beautiful new school set among rolling hills populated by prancing deer and the Sand Springs Schools superintendent will bend your ear to eternity. Read More >

Journal Record

“These Walls: Charles Page High School Performing Arts Building” – 7.7.11

When Sand Springs voters approved 2009’s $42 million school bond proposal, they funded construction of an elementary school, field house improvements and creation of a modern Read More>   There are many milestones in the life of a business, opening day, for instance, or meeting a financial goal. For one Tulsa company