Armando Petruccelli


Armando Petruccelli is a Principal at WEISS/MANFREDI Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism, a multidisciplinary practice based in New York City. He began his career with the firm in 1999 with the Museum of the Earth. Armando is a registered architect with significant experience orchestrating design efforts for projects with high visionary aspirations in sustainable design and innovative building technologies. Armando has overseen several prominent cultural projects and is currently a senior project manager for the Artis—Naples Baker Museum Expansion in Naples, Florida; as well as the U.S. Department of State Embassy in New Delhi, India.

Previously, he was the senior project manager for the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center, where he oversaw a multidisciplinary design for new and renovated buildings; the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center, where he oversaw numerous sustainable features including an experimental “living (green) roof”; and the International Retreat, where he oversaw the adaptive re-use of existing buildings integrating guest rooms, conference halls, and dining. He has also led design efforts on several notable projects such as the Novartis Office Building; the Smith College Campus Center; master plan concept designs for MoMA’s Public Space Study; Taekwondo Park; Agha Khan University; Katonah Museum of Art; and UVA’s Museum of Art.

Armando received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University and is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design.