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. Biagioli, AIA.
With thirty-seven years of professional experience in the discipline of
architecture, Mr. Biagioli brings a great variety of expertise to his firm. He has worked intensely on the design and production of residential and commercial architecture where he has been part of a wide variety of architectural projects including: custom residences, both new construction and alterations; large scale low rise residential developments; a hospital endoscopy unit; medical offices; counseling facilities; low rise commercial office and retail buildings; restaurants; commercial interiors and educational buildings.
“Architects play a major role in shaping our communities by both what we observe visually and how we perceive and move through the spaces that are created. We have a fundamental responsibility to listen, process and deliver”.
“Our goal is to create quality architecture and build lasting relationships”.
Mr. Biagioli is licensed to practice Architecture in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has been a member of the American Institute of Architects since 1988.
In addition to his business, he is equally committed to the community in which he works. He has been a volunteer for the YMCA since 1988. During this time period he has served on the Board of Directors of the YMCA of Greater New York; was Chairman of the Board of the YMCA Counseling Services; was Chairman of the Staten Island YMCA; was Chairman of the YMCA Finance Committee and is currently the Chairman of the Board of the Broadway YMCA. He was honored as the YMCA of Greater New York Volunteer of the Year as well as the YMCA Counseling Services Honoree of the
Mr. Biagioli is married to his wife of 33 years, Susan and has three adult children.