Joseph Napolitano is a multidisciplinary designer based in New York City. He collaborates with a variety of artists, multinational technology companies, and architectural firms on urban and experience design projects, large-scale public art, and production design for theatre and television. He is committed to merging art and architecture, and exploring dynamic relationships between people and space. He has served as a designer for multi-million-dollar museum, commercial, residential, academic, thematic, recreation, and exhibit development. His work with the Broadway League & ad hoc committee the Broadway Green Alliance spans multiple initiatives including the Bway Bike Program in Time Square, creative reuse/recycling programming on Broadway, and sustainable approaches to physical production in the theatre. He is engaged in the research and practice of sustainable design methodology, creating designed experiences as microcosms of the like, and is a practitioner of creative-placemaking as well as the branded environment. As a production designer, his work has been seen theatrically on Broadway, off-broadway, across the U.S. and internationally.
Peoples Choice Award - American Society of Landscape Architects April 2017, Program Professional Category.
Design Award - American Society of Landscape Architects June 2017 Professional award program, General Design Category.
SCUP Excellence in Planning for an Existing Campus - Society for College and University Planning May 2015