Bachelor of Applied Science, Computer Science; B.A. Architecture, University of Pennsylvania; M.Arch, Columbia University GSAPP
Angela Co is a LEED-accredited architect and educator. Her research into speculative architectural artifacts and their effects on space, bodies, and perception has been supported by the MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, NH), the Eyebeam Institute of Art + Technology (NYC, NY), and the Festival of Lively Architectures (Montpellier, FR). In 2011, she was the recipient of the Arnold W. Brunner Rome Prize in Architecture, and spent 11 months at the American Academy in Rome researching the Baroque city and constructing large balloon domes and donuts. Outside of Co+LeCavalier, Co has worked on both theoretical and built projects in the offices of Bernard Tschumi Architects and Asymptote Architecture.
Co holds a master of architecture degree from Columbia University’s GSAPP, where she was awarded an honorary design award and the Loewenfish Memorial Prize for Design Excellence, and dual bachelor degrees in architecture and computer science from the University of Pennsylvania. Previously she taught design at the University of Kentucky, Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania.