We are honored to announce that Kirsten Snobeck, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP has been promoted to Principal at Rodwin Architecture. She is the first employee to ever become a Principal and it is a testament to her 10 years of dedicated and distinguished work at our firm. She has contributed to most of the projects that have come out of our office and was a lead designer on some of our best and most sustainable homes (including LEED Platinum and “regenerative” homes). She had a key role on both the Columbine and Whittier Elementary Schools, served on Boulder’s Historic Landmark Board and has a passion for architectural preservation and green building. For the last 7 years she has co-taught our signature seminar, “Understanding the Rules for Building in Boulder” to 700 local realtors, and has helped guide countless property owners and buyers through the complex Boulder process. In 2015, AIA Colorado North Chapter awarded her “Associate of the Year” and in 2016 she was named one of “Boulder Valley’s 40 Under 40”, recognizing her incredible talent and her contributions to excellent architectural design in Boulder County.