Angela Amoia was brought up drawing her surroundings not to record their presence but to send a message—an emotion—about their sense of place. Her family background includes recognized native Italian landscape artists. She was encouraged to study architecture by her parents as a more lucrative profession than drawing or painting. Amoia has practiced and taught architecture in New York since she graduated from Columbia University with a Master’s Degree in Advanced Architectural Design. She has taught various courses at New York Tech, including history, theory, and design studio. She has also practiced with notable architects such as Kohn Pedersen Fox. Her role as project manager ranged in scale from skyscrapers to large-scale academic facilities and residential loft buildings. Her responsibility was to insure the projects were detailed and built per the design intent. Her most memorable recent building projects include: Ernst and Young Times Square Tower, New York; Wharton Business School, Pennsylvania; NYU Law School, New York, for Kohn Pedersen Fox; 171–173 MacDougal St., New York (TRA Studio); and most recently, 763 55th St., Brooklyn, for AmoiaCody Architecture.


  • "Hyper-Times Square," by R. Cody & A. Amoia, Japan Architecture, Electronic Addition, November, 2000
  • Collective Exhibition Amoia w/ LaSorsa Landscapes, Molfetta, Bari, Italy; For the 99-00 Biennial at the Commune Di Bari, Di Roma & Traveling NY Italian/American Commune
  • HLW Haines Lundberg Waehler New York, NY 94 Presentation Coordination for HLW & Progressive Architecture Awards Issue
  • Abstract 93-94 , “A Link Between JFK and NYC,” Columbia University Architecture Publication
  • Podium Issue, “Beyond Academicism,” 1992 (Ecole Des Beaux Arts Announcements) AIA, Long Island Chapter Journal

Honors and Awards

  • Beachfront Restaurant and Boathouse, Lincolnshire, UK, First Place: Architectural Lines in the Sand 2006
  • Grant by NY Planning Federation & US Dept. of Housing & Urban Development; "Redevelopment Study for Downtown Area," City Of Glen Cove, NY 94. Conceptual planning study involving urban land use, and rezoning for suburban Main Street.
  • Dante Foundation Recognition, awarded to individuals for Excellence in Design Studio 93

Courses Taught at New York Tech

  • ARCH 201/202, 301: Architectural Design I, II, and III
  • ARCH 162/162: History Survey
  • ARCH 361: Architectural History and Theory Seminar
  • ARCH 362: City Planning

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