Angela Mazzi, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC

GBBN Architects

Angela Mazzi’s research on sociocultural contexts provides perspective on how culture reflects in architecture and user experience. This has led her to focus on experience as a factor in healing in behavioral health design. Ms. Mazzi is past president of the American College of Healthcare Architects and president-elect of AIA Cincinnati. She is also the founder of Architecting, a community consisting of a podcast, online learning and the weekly Clubhouse room “Architects as Healers: Buildings as Medicine.” Her research linking wellness to design has been published in many healthcare journals, and she has presented at national and international conferences. Ms. Mazzi is a peer reviewer for Health Environments Research and Design Journal and the Academy of Architecture for Health journal. She is a 2022 recipient of the HCD10 Top Healthcare Architect Award.


Monday, March 20
4:30–5:30 p.m.
30H - Staff ROI: 10 Essential Design Components Your Facilities Should Include to Attract and Retain Staff