Collin Kemberlin, AIA, LEED AP, named Principal at Tryba Architects

Tryba Architects is pleased to announce that Collin Kemberlin, AIA, LEED AP, was recently named Principal at the 40-person design firm. Collin joined the firm in 1997 as an intern architect/project designer. Firm Founder David Tryba, FAIA, said, “Collin’s maturity as an architect is reflected in his talent, intelligence and drive and his ability to lead and mentor young designers. He excels at guiding complex projects from entitlements through final design, thanks to his ability to articulate both vision and process.”

“This promotion affirms my professional goals – balancing the pursuit of design and technical excellence with the exploration of new technologies in building design, systems and project delivery,” Kemberlin said. “I’m honored to play a leadership role at Tryba as we continue to contribute to the livability and vitality of the city.”

Throughout his 17 years at the firm, Kemberlin has focused on civic and corporate projects with particular emphasis on sustainable design solutions. His award winning work includes the César E. Chávez Federal Office Building, 1900 Sixteenth Street at Millennium Bridge, History Colorado Center and the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building.

Honors and Education

  • 2007 Downtown Denver Leadership Forum
  • 2005 AIA Colorado’s Young Architect of the Year
  • 1995 Bachelor of Architecture, Rice University