John Apicella

John Apicella

Lecturer
John Apicella is a partner at Apicella + Bunton Architects in New Haven. Recent work of the firm includes the renovation of the Sterling Memorial Library Manuscripts & Archives; Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Technical Services and Yale University Library Preservation; and the Yale Daily News. Prior to starting Apicella + Bunton, John worked at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects as a senior associate, where he was involved in the design and management of a wide range of project types and played a vital role on some of the firm’s largest and significant projects, including the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College, and the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Orange County, California. John received a BArch from Cornell University.
Education
BArch Cornell University

Courses

2031a
Fall 2020
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2019
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2230b
Spring 2019
Exploring New Value in Design Practice
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2018
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2230b
Spring 2018
Exploring New Value in Design Practice
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2230b
Spring 2017
Exploring New Value in Design Practice
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2016
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2015
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2230b
Spring 2015
Exploring New Value in Design Practice
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella