Julie Snow Architects is now
Snow Kreilich Architects
Julie Snow Architects, Inc., announces a new identity to acknowledge Matthew Kreilich's role as partner and design principal. Effective March 1, 2014, the firm will be known as Snow Kreilich Architects.
In his 10 years at Julie Snow Architects, Matthew Kreilich has gained local and national recognition in the design and business communities. He recently received the prestigious AIA National Young Architect Award, and in 2013 he was named among Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's "40 Under 40."
Founding principal Julie Snow, FAIA and Matthew Kreilich, AIA, LEED AP have shared a long-standing dedication to design excellence. Over the last ten years, their work together has developed the studio into one of the leading design voices in the country. “Matt is one of those rare architects that is skilled in all aspects of architectural production and communication. In addition, Matt brings a fun, collaborative spirit to the studio.” explains Snow Kreilich founding principal Julie Snow.
Julie Snow Architects has long been respected for an attention to detail, material assembly and design performance that meets the highest expectations of their clients. Founded in 1995 by Julie Snow, the firm has won numerous local and national awards and is frequently published in national and international journals. Julie’s dedication to the design profession was recognized by the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award. She has taught at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, College of Design and Washington University and presents the firm’s work nationally.
Under the new identity, Snow Kreilich Architects will continue its tradition and dedication to design performance and design principal leadership. Kreilich adds, “I have studied and respected Julie’s work since I was a student at the University of Minnesota,” says Kreilich. “To have contributed to the growth of the firm over the years and now to be part of the leadership is both an honor and responsibility I’ve embraced with enthusiasm.”