Susie Teal, AIA, LEED AP
Susie joined COOKFOX in 2012 and plays a vital role in the development and design of the firm’s new projects. In addition to her contribution to proposals, she was the project architect for Phase Two of City Point, a three-part mixed-use development in Downtown Brooklyn. The project received the Award for Excellence in Design from the New York City Public Design Commission in 2013. Susie was also the project architect for 535 Carlton, an affordable building in the Pacific Park development in Brooklyn and is currently the project manager of 378 West End Avenue on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, as well as 1900 Crystal Drive in Arlington, VA and other developments in the Washington DC Metro area. Susie regularly shares her expertise in biophilic and sustainable design, housing and exterior wall design. She has presented at the AIA Conference on Architecture, Greenbuild, CitiesAlive, NYCxDesign, the Façades+ Conference, and the Urban Green Council.
Prior to starting at COOKFOX, Susie spent 5 years at Skidmore Owings & Merrill working on a range of projects both domestic and international. She worked on multiple school projects, including the High School for Art & Design in New York City, and the Syracuse University Basketball Training Facility. She also worked on large-scale commercial and mixed-use projects in Asia and the Middle East. As a runner, Susie is inspired by the architectural nuances of the streets of New York.
- University of Cincinnati, College of Design Architecture, Arts & Planning, Cincinnati, OH
Master of Architecture, 2004
- Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2002