Natalie Rebuck, AIA, has over 13 years experience managing complex projects across the United States and internationally.

‎Before forming Re: Design Architecture Natalie worked for 8 years at the award winning Kliment Halsband Architects ("KHA") where she was the Project Architect on several notable buildings. Natalie's renovation project for the Doty Building at SUNY Geneseo included thoughtful design features integrating modern and sustainable systems such as geothermal heating and cooling, green products and materials. As Project Manager, Natalie was an integral participant in the design, managed the documentation process and oversaw construction. 

Rebuck was also the Designer and Project Manager for the much publicized Fashion Incubator for The Council of Fashion Designers of America as well as giving tours of the space for Open House New York. Other notable projects in her portfolio while at KHA include the Old Observatory at Vassar College, the Washington Mews at New York University, Avalon Morningside Park in New York City as well as other institutional mandates from Yale and Johns Hopkins.

In 2012 Natalie left KHA with Carolyn Hinger AIA ‎to form HiRe Design Architects. Notable clients since forming HiRe Design include Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, Vassar College, SUNY Optometry, North Star Fund, Park Avenue Liquor Shop and many residential clients. Projects range from residential renovations in New York and Washington DC, the ground up construction of a NJ beach-house, a warehouse renovation in Brooklyn and various office renovations throughout Manhattan. Natalie also designed and project managed the renovation of two listed buildings in London, England. 


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