David Andreozzi is the current President of the New England Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (NE ICAA), a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism and their allied arts. It does so through education, publication, and advocacy.
Before this David was AIA’s National Chair of CRAN, the AIA’s Custom Residential Architects Network. In addition to that role of leadership, David personally spearheaded CRANtv with John isch, an internet based series of viral videos that educate the public on the importance of good design and the role of the Architect, which received national accolades.
Founded in 1988, Andreozzi Architecture specializes in historically based residential architecture expressive of its sense of place, attentive to its detail and proportion, and timeless in its beauty. A regional architecture: historically mastered, meticulously preserved, respectfully honored, and artistically reinterpreted; from city, to mountain, to ocean. Commissions exist from Commonwealth Avenue, to the shores of New England, to the Bahamian Islands.
David Andreozzi, a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, is the son of a second generation contractor. David grew up working on construction sites learning all aspects of construction from artisans. During this time David mastered framing, fine carpentry, bidding and running complex jobs. At RISD David received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Architecture, with an additional concentration in woodworking from RISD’s Furniture Design program. David continued with his practical education at Shope Reno Wharton in Greenwich, CT in the mid eighties, one of the leading shingle style architectural firms in the country. From pencil to hammer, David is expertly experienced in residential construction first and architecture second.