Evan Delli Paoli

Evan Delli Paoli

New York, NY, US



Evan has been fascinated by the interrelatedness between art and architecture. Evan is an avid trumpet player who currently performs with the Central Jersey Wind Ensemble, a symphonic wind ensemble comprised of music educators from the central New Jersey area. He is currently managing cultural and arts building projects in New York, New York; Madison, Wisconsin; Ellenville, New York, including the renovation of a 1930s art deco auditorium and lobby at the Manhattan School of Music and a new music performance center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

As project manager, Evan leads teams to develop the designs and detailed documentation required to bring a building project from early concept design through construction. He possesses an adept knowledge of the building codes and regulations required to do so. Evan received his Bachelors of Architecture degree from Syracuse University’s School of Architecture, is a licensed Architect in the state of New York, and is currently a Principal at Holzman Moss Bottino Architecture.



Holzman Moss Bottino Architecture, New York, NY, US, Principal

May 2007 - current


Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2004 - May 2009

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