Tryba Architects is pleased to announce Kathleen Fogler, AIA as Associate Principal. An urban designer and architect, Kathleen joined the firm in 2013 and has played an instrumental role in building the urban design studio at Tryba.
“Kathleen’s creativity, intelligence and keen design eye have established a new standard for the firm. Her signature form seamlessly integrates an ability to envision at a grand scale with an attention to quality, context, detail and beauty. In and outside the studio, her style alongside her work ethic, collaboration, and leadership skills motivate peers and clients alike,” shared founding principal David Tryba, FAIA.
Kathleen’s dedication to and command of the principles of quality, sustainable design and planning characterize everything she does and leads to the creation of vibrant, lasting places that activate streets and open spaces, complement surrounding neighborhoods and enhance the way we experience our communities.
"The work of designing civic and urban developments is always a team effort and the ability to collaborate with people—internal project design teams, the city and the client—is what makes this work so motivating. I am honored to be a part of such a talented team and look forward to continuing to build the firm’s urban design studio,” said Kathleen.
Kathleen has led teams through some of the firm’s largest, most complex projects including the DEN 50-Year Vision and Framework Plan, Fox Park, The Jones District, the Fitzsimons Innovation Community at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and University Research Park in Madison, Wisconsin.