Monday, February 13, 2012
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Principal, Carol A. Cioppa, AIA NCARB LEED AP
Professional Affiliation: Board Member - American Institute of Architects – President 2008
Commissioner – Chairman - Town of
Commissioner - Town of Pound Ridge Sustainability Task Force
First Vice President –
Certified Woman-Owned Business
Ms. Cioppa is personally involved with all the aspects of each project at her firm CIOPPA ARCHITECTS LLC (CA) from initial concept to final completion. After almost 40 years in the field and 25 years as the managing principal of her own firm, Ms. Cioppa understands the importance of meeting the functional and budgetary needs of each client. Since she is trained both as an architect and an interior designer, she uniquely combines these two inter-related capabilities. With four decades of architectural, space planning and interior design experience and an acknowledged leader in the field, her projects have included many prestigious clients and commissions both in the commercial and residential field.
Carol Cioppa formed her own firm in 1980 and since then has been managing principal of the many prestigious CA corporate projects: The Rockefeller Group corporate offices; Capital Cities/ABC, Inc., Broadcast Operations and Engineering Headquarters & Studios; Sperry Fund Management Corporation Headquarters; Muss Development Company offices; Island Peer Review Organization offices; Stanford University School of Business Administration Offices, Student Cafeteria & Lounge; Prudential Reinsurance Company, and The Fremont Financial Corporation's New York headquarters. As Principal in charge of CA's project for the new
Ms. Cioppa has received numerous honors. In 1995 she was selected as a member of the International Who’s Who of Professionals. She was awarded the International Certificate of Honor for outstanding achievement in the Field of Design bestowed by “Women in Design”. Her projects have received numerous awards and have been widely published. For her imaginative design of the Alma Desk Company
Her study of American Architecture has resulted in an expertise which has led to numerous commissions to restore and sensitively renovate historic homes dating from the1760’s to the 1860’s as well as commisions in contemporary residences including buildings designed in the 1970’s & 80’s by Pound Ridge architect, Taskovitch. Her goal is always to maintain the integrity of the original house while enabling the owners to update to current requirements.
Although only a Pound Ridge resident since 1996, Carol has been active in many organizations in the community and in