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Damian Possidente


From the Connecticut coast, Damian spent most of his childhood outside, exploring the natural landscapes of the beaches, woods, and hills near his home.  His interest in architecture and sustainable design came with an addition to his father’s 1850s quarryworker’s home, and the excitement of living in a construction site that experience provided.  He earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree, with minor concentrations in Business Administration and Architectural History, from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  His studies focused on sustainable design and construction methods, and the integration of the built and natural environments in a conscientious manner.

Damian arrived in the dense maze of New York City after college, where he gained a dozen years of experience in diverse project types from product design through commercial and residential renovation, new construction, and into sustainable urbanism. He became a licensed architect in the State of New York in 2005, and a LEED AP shortly thereafter in 2006. Damian had the honor of presenting the Melrose Commons (Bronx, NY) LEED for Neighborhood Development Pilot project at the 2008 World Sustainable Building Conference in Melbourne, Australia, introducing a successful urban infill development project that earned LEED-Silver status. He continues to work on projects in both New York City and Los Angeles.

Most of his inspiration comes from travel, having visited countless cities on four continents. Damian has lived in New York, Rome, Buenos Aires, and now Los Angeles, where he spends most of his time exploring new urban neighborhoods and hiking all over Southern California.

Email: damian@ecoconsultingus.com

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