Abruzzo Bodziak Architects
Emily Abruzzo is a founding principal of Abruzzo Bodziak Architects (ABA), an internationally-recognized practice with experience ranging from civic and cultural projects to homes and exhibitions. ABA’s work is defined by an innovative approach to contextuality, relentless focus on detail, and a strong conceptual viewpoint.
ABA has been recognized with the 2010 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers, AIA New Practices New York 2012, a 2013 AIA New York Design Award, Architectural Record’s 2016 Design Vanguard, Curbed’s 2017 Groundbreaker Award, and is included in New York City Department of Design and Construction’s Design Excellence Program.
A Critic at the Yale School of Architecture, Abruzzo is also a founding editor and publisher of 306090, a 2014 MacDowell Fellow, and a Fellow of the Forum and Institute for Urban Design. Abruzzo received a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and a Master of Architecture and Certificate in Media and Modernity from Princeton University, where she was also a Fellow at the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies.