Zsuzsanna Gaspar, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Zsuzsanna is one of Goody Clancy’s leading architectural designers, and her sensibility merges the visionary and functional with a commitment to design clarity. She has designed award-winning and LEED-certified academic buildings and learning environments across the country, including business schools, laboratories, community gathering spaces and offices for non-profit organizations. Originally from Hungary, she came to the U.S. for her architectural education at MIT, and joined Goody Clancy soon thereafter. For higher-education clients, such as Emmanuel College and Bentley College, she has found opportunities to strengthen campus spaces through her buildings’ new architectural expression of each institution’s character and aspirations.
She is a member of the Boston Society of Architects’ Women Principals group, and the co-author (with Kalman Timon) of an architectural monograph on the work of the brothers Imre and Anthony Halasz, published by Epiteszmongrafiak. She holds architectural registration also in Hungary.
Zsuzsanna’s recent and current projects include the Building W70 New House renovation at MIT and the renovation of Balch Hall at Cornell University.
Architectural Design program, Budapest Technical University (Hungary)
B.S. and M.Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology