Matthew Longo, AIA, BSA NCARB
Matthew Longo is a Senior Project Architect, experienced in all stages of project development, with a particular focus on translating design intent during the documentation and construction process. Over 20 years at Safdie Architects, he has led projects across the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada including the Eleanor Roosevelt College at the University of California, San Diego; the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles; and the Courror Estate in Scotland (where he served as project architect).
As senior technical architect and project manager, Matt led the restoration of Moshe Safdie's historic unit at Habitat ‘67 in Montréal, and the renovation of the Vancouver Public Library and public roof garden. As project manager Matt led the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, where he has returned to complete Phase 1 of the museum's expansion and is currently project manager for Phase 2.
Matt joined Safdie Architects in 1998 and became an Associate Principal in 2013. Matt earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont and a Masters of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a Registered Architect in Massachusetts and Vermont