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Maria-Rosaria Piomelli Edit Profile

Architect , educator

Maria-Rosaria Piomelli, American architect, educator. Recipient Design award for Brown University of Science Library., Department of Health, 1966, Design award for Oberlin College Learning Center, Mudd Foundation, 1973. Chairman NYC/American Institute of Architects Equal Opportunity Committee, 1973—1975; Member of American Institute of Architects (director executive committee New York chapter 1977-1979).

Background

Piomelli, Maria-Rosaria was born on October 24, 1937 in Naples, Italy. Arrived in United States, 1957. Daughter of Alberto and Giuseppina (Trapanese) Angrisano.

Education

Came to the United States, 1957. Bachelor of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1960. M.Art Accademia d'Arte, Naples, 1955.

Career

Designer, Warner Burns Toan & Lunde, Architects, New York City, 1963-1969. Associate architect E.H. Grosmann Architect, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1969-1970. Project architect I.M. Pei & Partners, New York City, 1971-1974.

Principal Rosaria Piomelli, Architect, New York City, 1971-1979. Teacher design and building systems technical Pratt Institute, City College of New York, 1971-1976, chairman faculty Pratt Institute School Architecture, Brooklyn, 1975-1979. Dean School Architecture, City College of New York, 1980-1983.

Distinguished professor University of California-Berkeley School Architecture, 1984. Organizer exhibit Women in Architecture, 1974. Chairman, New York City/American Institute of Architects Equal Opportunity Committee, 1973-1975.

Membership

Chairman NYC/American Institute of Architects Equal Opportunity Committee, 1973—1975. Member of American Institute of Architects (director executive committee New York chapter 1977-1979).

Connections

Married Sergio Piomelli, Doctor of Medicine April. Children: Ascanio Alberto, Fosca Francesca.

father:
Alberto Angrisano

mother:
Giuseppina (Trapanese) Angrisano

spouse:
Sergio Piomelli

child:
Ascanio Alberto Piomelli

child:
Fosca Francesca Piomelli