XCRT LAB is a Brooklyn-based design studio focusing on everything from the object to the building, with special bias towards zero waste concepts.
The studio is led by Nancy Kim whose work engages art and architecture. She received her BFA from Parsons School of Design and completed her Master of Architecture degree at MIT, where she received the Louis C. Rosenberg Thesis Travel Fellowship and the MIT Energy Initiative Grant. Most recently, she has taught architectural drawing courses and design studios at The New School. She is also one half of Wire and Vine, an experimental collective.