Barbara A. Campagna

Updated
30 Nov 2016

Barbara A. Campagna has worked for the past 25 years as an architect, planner, and historian, reinventing and restoring historic and existing buildings. She is the recipient of the National AIA Young Architect of the Year Award 2002 and was elevated to Fellowship in the AIA in 2009 as "the leading national architect and policymaker for the integration of preservation values into green building practices." She was the co-founder and architectural leader of the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Sustainability Program, was the president of APT International from 2005–07 and chief architect of the National Trust from 2006–11. Campagna's new firm, BAC/A+P, brings together all of her experiences—as both a consultant and client—to create a firm that occupies a unique niche in both the historic preservation and green building fields. She is currently developing sustainability management plans for historic sites across the country, and in 2014 was appointed full-time Assistant Professor and Acting Chair of the Master in Arts sustainability program at FIT. Campagna served as a Center heritage panelist in 2013.