Emily Abruzzo is a founding principal of Abruzzo Bodziak Architects (ABA). She earned a B.A. from Columbia College, Columbia University, and a Master of Architecture from Princeton University, where she also received a Certificate in Media and Modernity and was named a Fellow at The Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies. In addition to her practice, Abruzzo has taught design, materials, and theory courses at numerous institutions and is currently a Critic at the Yale School of Architecture.
ABA has received numerous recognitions including the Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers, AIA New Practices New York, Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard, and Curbed’s Groundbreakers Award. A proponent of civic engagement, the office is included in New York City Department of Design and Construction’s Design Excellence Program.
The office’s projects have been featured in international publications such as Architectural Record, Wired, Fast Company, Wallpaper, FRAME, Domus, Baumeister, and Cultured, and the firm’s work has been exhibited by institutions such as Exit Art, Japan Foundation, Storefront for Art and Architecture, The Boston Society of Architects, and as part of The New Museum Festival of Ideas, with the Audi Urban Future Initiative.