Agathe Ceccaldi, LEED AP BD+C


Agathe joined COOKFOX in 2019 and has been working on several projects from multistory residential luxury condominium in NYC to institutional projects such as playground and museum. While following construction, developing design and dealing with Landmark Preservation Commission she has developed her knowledge about sustainable buildings by getting her LEED certification. She is part of the Healthy Material Team efforts in the studio focusing on developing guidelines for healthier projects across the board. She became an Associate at COOKFOX in 2023.
Originally from France, Agathe came to the United States to pursue a Master of Architecture at Pratt Institute where she graduated in 2016 with the certificate of merit and AIA Henry Adams School Medal. She also has a Interior Architect and Product Design Master from Ecole Camondo – Les Arts Decoratifs obtained in 2013 in Paris, France.
Prior to COOKFOX, Agathe was working in a small size firm as a project manager and saw construction of a few projects. She followed projects from design through construction, from a full gut renovation of a multi family building in a landmark neighborhood in Gramercy Park to a renovation of a single family in another landmark neighborhood of the Upper East Side.
While working on construction projects, Agathe worked on a few competitions. She was part of a team that got two runner up projects from the Arch At Loud Tenancingo Mediascape competition in 2017 and the City of Geneva Waterfront Pavilion in 2017. In 2020, she participated in the Campus of Religion competition in Vienna helping bring together an international team to design a multifaith campus.
She continues to grow her knowledge about healthier buildings, designing and bringing to life projects that help improve and beautify communities.


Pratt Institute, Master of Architecture, 2016
Ecole Camondo – Les Arts Decoratifs, 2013