Angela Mazzi



A devoted yogi (she practices 2-3 times a week) and a practitioner of the ancient Chinese art of feng-shui, Angela seeks experiences that enhance health and well-being. As a medical planner, she brings her passion for wellness to her work which draws upon research in salutogenesis. Harnessing studies on human psychology, research on our biological need for nature, a focus on clinical workspaces, and experience with LEAN strategies, Angela creates exceptional environments that empower patients and practitioners. Recent projects include TriHealth’s Harold M. and Eugenia S. Thomas Comprehensive Care Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center College Hill Behavioral Health Center. She regularly presents and publishes her research in industry and peer reviewed journals and is sought out by Healthcare Design Magazine and the New York Times and other publications to share her healthcare expertise with their readers.

Professional Highlights

Past President, AIA Cincinnati

Past President, American College of Healthcare Architects

Panelist, “Home Sweet Home: The Health Hub of the Future”, South By Southwest

Presenter, “Making People Better Through Design”, TEDx: Xavier University

Presenter, “Improving Healthcare Resilience Through an Equity Focused Framework”, Healthcare Design Expo

News & Insights

"#LandscapeofMySoul - The experience of space can exalt the spirit and reminds me of what our real purpose is as architects. I’ve been going on adventure vacations (and a some work trips) over the last few years and experienced many amazing places all over the world. Collecting these experiences has helped me have greater perspective on the connection between humanity and our environments (natural and built)." - Angela Mazzi