Jacob Dugopolski, AIA, AICP, LEED, AP, is a senior associate at the architecture and urban design firm WXY, focusing on innovation in the design and planning of buildings, public spaces, and cities. Leading projects at all scales from cultural renovations to masterplan studies, he has expertise in mixed-use rezonings and waterfront planning. Recent projects include the Brooklyn Strand, Stock Exchange District Plan, and the Peninsula mixed-use development in the Bronx. He has previously worked for KieranTimberlake (Philadelphia), AV62 Arquitectos (Barcelona), and Paul Arnold Architects (Dublin).
Dugopolski received his M.Arch. degree from the Yale School of Architecture (2011), was awarded the Parsons Memorial Medal for top promise in city planning and earned his B.Arch. from the University of Michigan (2006), and has taught in the AAP NYC planning studio for the past six fall semesters.
Academic Research/Specialty Areas
- Architectural design
- Community-based planning and development
- Infrastructure planning
- Land use/spatial planning
- CRP 5173 Integrated Urbanism as a Platform for EngagementThis studio will dive deep into the complex balance between architecture and urbanism, policy and public housing, focusing in particular on campus of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) property.
Exhibitions and Presentations (Selected)
- Onward, Reimagine the Brooklyn Strand (WXY), forum for urban design (2016)
- East Lansing 2030: Collegeville Re-Envisioned Grand River Bend (WXY), Broad Museum, East Lansing, Michigan (2014)
- Grand Central Terminal – The Next 100 (WXY), Municipal Arts Society (2012)