Alphonse Diaz is an architect based in New York City. He had previously worked with Beth Cooper Lawrence Architect P.C as a Project Architect of the Gibbs Mansion complex, helping design 50 affordable apartments for the formerly homeless and 21 low-income units for local residents for the Pratt Area Community Council. Since 2005, Alphonse Diaz Architect P.C. has worked with non-profit developers and community organizations like Providence House, Services for the UnderServed, and Alembic Community Development to realize over 380 supportive and affordable apartments. Alphonse joins EQ Architecture and Design with over 20 years of experience in the design and realization of affordable and supportive housing. His experience has granted him a depth of knowledge of New York City building codes, federal and state accessibility regulation, and funding agency design guidelines.
Alphonse is a proud Chicago native and enjoys traveling with his wife and two sons. Their dog Daisy holds down the fort when they're away.
MASTER'S OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO
BACHELOR'S OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
REGISTERED TO PRACTICE ARCHITECTURE IN NYS
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, MEMBER