Serena Losonczy AIA, LEED AP
In over twenty years of practicing architecture, Serena Losonczy has managed and designed projects in a variety of contexts, new as well as historic, focusing on innovative educational environments. She believes in the transformative power of design, collaborating closely with clients to identify project goals and deliver spaces with enduring quality. She has served as the architect for many independent schools in the Northeast including Williams College, Poly Prep Lower School, Saint David’s School, Vassar College, the Educational Alliance, Portsmouth Abbey School, Marymount School, as well as other prominent New York City schools. She also leads the sustainability initiative at PBDW, and was responsible for coordinating the design of the very first school in New York City to be LEED certified, Poly Prep Lower School. She is currently working on the design of PBDW’s first Net-Zero Energy building at Williams College and was the lead designer for the firm’s winning entry in the sidewalk shed competition recently held by the New York Building Congress.
Ms. Losonczy received her Masters of Architecture from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a member of the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education.