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Richard Moschella has been passionate about architecture since his childhood in Boston. After receiving a BFA (with Distinction) in architecture from the Massachusetts College of Art & Design, he earned a Master of Architecture from Yale University, where he studied with Deborah Berke, Turner Brooks, and Steven Harris. For nearly a decade after moving to New York in 1996, Richard fine-tuned his design skills and exacting standards in the office of Steven Harris Architects LLP. In addition to being a licensed architect in the State of New York, Richard is a talented gardener, serious cook, and consummate dog lover.
A native of Minneapolis, Steven studied art history at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. Upon graduation he moved to New York and worked at the Robert Miller Gallery, where Steven's close relationships with artists intensified his interest in design and the making of things. While earning his Master of Architecture at Yale University, he studied under Steven Harris, Deborah Berke, and Alex Garvin, and was awarded the Gertraud A. Wood Traveling Fellowship and the Alpha Rho Chi Medal for leadership, service, and merit. Prior to establishing his firm with Richard Moschella in 2007, he worked in the offices of Steven Harris Architects LLP and Robert A.M. Stern Architects, and for himself. Steven is a registered architect in the State of New York.