Anthony Piazza is a recognizable young professional. With his unique sense of style and optimistic understanding of architecture, interior architecture, and historic preservation he is ready to bring new ideas to the table. Anthony has an associate of science in architectural drafting from Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Bachelors of Fine Art, Masters of Architecture (2019), and a Historic Preservation Certification from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago.
During his Architectural career he has worked at multiple firms. The Childs Dreyfus Group, an interior architecture firm, is where Anthony worked for 3 years. After he spent 1 year at Theodore Alexander, drafting showrooms around the world as they went through a rebrand.
As vice president for SAIC’s American Institute of Architectural Students, he has developed leadership skills and a strong understanding in the importance of community. His interests lie in equality, fashion, sustainability, affordable housing, and historic preservation.
Design without equality is a lapse in design evolution.