Alexander Peabody Stoltz, RA, NCARB
Licensed Architect in the State of New York
BA University of Pennsylvania 1991
Masters of Architecture, M.I.T. 1996
Adjunct Professor New York College of Technology
A native of Manhattan, Alex has spent the majority of his career in the metropolitan area. Alex has worked at Gluckman MaynorArchitects and Davis Brody Bond Architects working on a large diversity of residential, institutional and industrial projects throughout Europe, Brazil, and the United States.
Alex has also worked at the London and Sao Paolo offices of Davis Brody Bond and spent time travelling throughout Europe and Asia studying architecture. Additionally, Alex has taught in the architecture department of New York College of Technology since 2009.
A founding partner of Vaidya Stoltz Architects in 2003, Alex now heads SADA Architecture and is currently leading several projects at varying stages of construction.
BA University of Georgia, Athens, GA 1992
MS Interior Design Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY 1998
Originally from Atlanta, Amy has lived in New York City since 1995. After completing her Interior Design degree, Amy joined Davis Brody Bond Architects complementing their interiors department. In 2001, Amy joined the museum exhibit design firm Ralph Appelbaum Associates to work on a variety of projects including the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. Amy has been engaged in various design and decorating projects independently since 2003.