Committed to the complexity of New York City, Emily Ruopp has devoted her career to creating a sustainable future through excellence in the design of affordable multi-family housing projects. By prioritizing residents, she advocates for fostering community and connection through carefully curated designs, supported by robust technical solutions. Emily has participated in a range of building projects, including offices, community centers, multi-family housing, single-family residences, and higher education buildings. She has led several projects from conception through construction.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University and a Master of Science in Advanced Architecture Design from Columbia University. In 2020, Emily received the Buell Center Paris Prize Award for a project that successfully complies with, interprets, and critically extends the terms and spirit of the 2015 Paris Agreement.