Paul L. Battaglia, AIA, is a Buffalo native who received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
He has been in full-time architectural practice for 35 years in Buffalo, working on many of the more significant historic projects in Buffalo. His award-winning work includes authorship of the Downtown Buffalo Strategic Plan (1998) which informed to a large degree the Buffalo:2002 planning effort. His projects include the Frank Lloyd Wright Rowing Boathouse, a conjectural design of the Yahara Boathouse, Kleinhans Music Hall Master Plan, Erie County Courts Facilities, Barton House renovations, Market Arcade, Roycroft Inn guest house, and the Greater Buffalo Savings Bank buildings. He is currently Senior Architect at Stieglitz Snyder Architecture where his work focuses on planning studies and educational facilities.
Paul has been an Adjunct Associate Professor at UB since 1985. He is currently teaching a seminar on Aural Architecture and has also taught Environmental Controls 2: Lighting and Acoustics, Generic Building Types, and various architectural studios in the Millard Fillmore College.