Angela Co
Assistant Teaching Professor; Director, NYC program

Bachelor of Applied Science, Computer Science; B.A. Architecture, University of Pennsylvania; M.Arch, Columbia University GSAPP

Angela Co is an architect, designer, and teacher committed to the belief that architecture has the capacity to shape both individual experience and collective understanding. She is the founder of Studio Co Architecture, a design practice concerned with transforming everyday life at a range of scales, including furniture, buildings, and urban design. Her research into engaging inhabitable things and their effects on space, bodies, and perception has been supported by the Arnold W. Brunner Rome Prize in Architecture, the MacDowell Colony, the Institute for Public Architecture, and the Eyebeam Institute of Art + Technology. 

Co teaches at Syracuse University, where she is an assistant professor of architecture and the director of the New York City architecture program. She holds a master of architecture degree from Columbia University and dual bachelor degrees in architecture and computer science from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a registered architect in the State of New York, a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC), and a LEED-accredited professional. Previously, she taught design at the University of Kentucky, Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania.