ABRUZZO BODZIAK ARCHITECTS is a Brooklyn-based architectural office engaging in diverse projects, research, and collaborations. Founded in 2009 by Emily Abruzzo and Gerald Bodziak, the office's work encompasses urban-scale interventions, ground-up buildings, pavilions, interiors, and landscapes. Critical of mass approach, ABA utilizes vernacular techniques, logical economy, and playful, modern sensibilities in lieu of stylistic excess.
Engaged in discourse as well as building, Emily and Gerald are instructors at Parsons The New School for Design and are collaborative editors of the forthcoming book, Making a Case, 306090 14. The firm’s work has been exhibited at numerous institutions and has been featured in multiple publications. Emily and Gerald are recipients of the 29th annual Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers.