Kate Reggev, AIA, is an Adjunct Assistant Professor and an Associate at the architecture and planning firm of Beyer Blinder Belle, where she works on a range of cultural, institutional, and preservation projects. As an architect and architectural historian, she is experienced in the research, writing, documentation, and design of historic buildings, adaptive reuse projects, and additions to existing buildings.
Her dual role as an architect and historian allows her to balance the
detailed information gleaned during early stages of research with the larger
scope and goals of a project. Her projects and research range from renovations of Colonial Era wood-frame homes to additions to grand turn-of-the-century museums, 1920s Art Deco commercial buildings to mid-century modern shopping malls, Beaux-Arts libraries to 1960s roadside architecture.
Kate previously taught Introduction to Historic Preservation at Kean University in New Jersey and has lectured on architectural history and preservation issues. She also writes extensively about design for Dwell, Architectural Digest, and other industry publications.
She holds a Master of Science in Historic Preservation and a Master of
Architecture from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in
Architecture, cum laude, from Barnard College, Columbia University. She is
a Fellow of the Sally Kress Tompkins joint program of the Society of
Architectural Historians and the Historic American Buildings
Survey/National Parks Service.