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Kate Snider Tabony


Kate studied architecture at the University of Virginia and received her Master of Architecture from Princeton University where she was awarded the Suzan Kolarik Underwood Prize for her thesis design research that investigated a radical reorganization of the suburban American landscape.  Kate’s work has been exhibited at various venues including the AIA Center for Architecture in New York City, the 2007 International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam, and the National Building Museum. Additionally, Kate has spent time as a raft guide in the New River Gorge in her home state of West Virginia, and volunteered her time with the Student Conservation Association working as a historic preservation assistant at Moses Cone Memorial Park in North Carolina.

Kate has designed and managed projects across the continental United States, from multifamily live-work structures in Oakland, California with Thomas Dolan Architects; to Sleeping Rainbow Ranch - an off-the-grid 16,000 square foot research center in Capitol Reef National Park with Solar Design and Analysis; and to offices and residences in Manhattan with LTL Architects. Before joining Nelson Byrd Woltz in 2017, Kate was the lead design architect at Alloy Workshop, an architecture and construction firm in Charlottesville where she led the design of award winning projects. She currently brings her expertise in design, architecture, and construction to NBW’s Memorial Park’s Eastern Glades and Central Connector projects, Catlin Road Farm, Clover Hill Farm, and Keswick Hall.