Career Con 2020

Career Con 2020 The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce joined forces with the Department of Education and local colleges and universities to host the 3rd Annual Staten Island “Career Con.” The job fair was hosted at St. John’s University. AIA Staten Island Was one of over 50 local businesses and professionals to set up a…

October 2019: Mark Anderson

Monthly Member, October 2019: Mark Anderson Mark Anderson is the Vice President and Director of Historic Preservation at FacadeMD Architecture and Engineering PC. Mark has worked at FacadeMD for nearly 30 years. With a main office in Manhattan and a satellite office in New Orleans, FacadeMD has designed preservation projects for the exterior of many…

September 2019: Michael A. Biagioli

Monthly Member, September 2019: Michael A. Biagioli Michael A. Biagioli, AIA graduated from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY, with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1982. After graduation, Mr. Biagioli began his professional career working for BBM Architects and Designers, Manhattan and Calvanico Associates, Staten Island. In 1987, he formed The Architectural Firm of Michael A.…

April 2019: Glen V. Cutrona

Monthly Member, April 2019: Glen Cutrona Glen V. Cutrona, AIA is the President and CEO of Cutrona Architecture PLLC, an award-winning architectural firm engaged in the practice of architecture, interior design and space planning. The Firm’s expertise encompasses many scopes of work varying from new construction, additions, alterations, and interior renovations for residential, commercial, retail,…

February 2019: Anselmo Genovese

Monthly Member, February 2019: Anselmo Genovese Anselmo Genovese RA is a resident of Dongan Hills Colony and has an office located in Rosebank since 1993. Our practice has a proven track record of realizing projects with programs, budgets, and schedules of all ranges. We are centrally located and serve all five boroughs as well as…

Architect’s Corner: Architecture matters to all of us

Architecture is, at its essence, the making of shelter and, therefore, essential to society. Both Architecture with a capital “A” and architecture with a lower case “a,” encompassing most of the buildings we inhabit daily, are equally important. Let’s take the Cape Cod-style house as an example. As its name suggests, this type structure originated…