ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS llc is a New York-based studio started by Emily Abruzzo and Gerald Bodziak in 2009. As practicing architects realizing a diversity of built work across scales, we collaborate with people, institutions, and places that seek a considered process in the definition of space.

Engaged in discourse as well as building, our academic and artistic projects feed intellectual rigor and creativity into our architectural practice, and our extensive experience in construction and making informs our approach. With work that includes an urban modular greenhouse kit, spatial installations, houses, apartments, and townhouses, retail concepts, and re-tooled working environments, we serve our clients with a relentlessly exploratory working process.

The office’s work has been recognized by, among others, the Architectural League of New York (the 2010 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers), the American Institute of Architects (New Practices New York 2012 and a 2013 AIA New York Design Award), Wallpaper Magazine (Architects Directory 2013: “the world's best young practices”), and the New York City Department of Design + Construction (DDC Design + Construction Excellence Program).

ABRUZZO BODZIAK has been featured in international publications such as Architectural Record, Wired, Fast Company, FRAME, Domus, Baumeister, PIN-UP, and The New York Daily News, and the 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.