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Angela Mazzi

AIA, FACHA, EDAC

Associate Principal

A devoted yogi (she practices four 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 on healthcare projects. Harnessing studies on human psychology, research on our biological need for nature, and experience with LEAN strategies, Angela creates exceptional environments that help patients heal and empower professionals to deliver exemplary care. Recent projects include the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children’s, the University of Louisville Physicians Novak Center for Children’s Health, and the Bugshan Ambulatory Health Center in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She is a frequent healthcare conference presenter and has spoken about the impact of nature on wellness for TEDx Cincinnati and SXSW.

Professional Highlights


Board Member, VISION Program, AIA Cincinnati Chapter


Board of Regents & Treasurer, 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


Co-Presenter, Healthcare’s New Normal: Employing Cognitive Research to Create Patient-Centered Solutions, ASHE PDC

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