Team


Of Possible Architectures is led by Vincent Appel and Paul Miller with offices in New York City and Boston.

Vincent has been leading the studio in New York City since 2008. He has led the design, management, and construction of architectural, urban design, and public sculpture projects in New York City and throughout the country. He has established and maintained successful partnerships with industry experts for projects in Helsinki, the Caribbean, California, Florida, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York City. Vincent was recently the recipient of the 2013 Practitioner / Scholar Michael Kalil Grant for Smart Design. His work has received support and been awarded by the Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund, New York State Council on the Arts, and Institute for Urban Design. From 2009 to 2014 Vincent was simultaneously the program coordinator for the Syracuse University School of Architecture New York City Program and an instructor co-teaching more than a dozen design studios with architects including Craig Dykers, Joshua Prince-Ramus, Richard Gluckman, Marc Tsurumaki, Susannah Drake, and Gregg Pasquarelli. Vincent holds a Bachelor’s in Architecture from Syracuse University, 2008.

Paul joined OPA in 2018 with 10 years of experience working on large-scale residential, commercial, and cultural projects for internationally renowned offices including SHoP Architects, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Bjarke Ingels Group, and Utile. He earned the Bachelor of Architecture cum laude from Syracuse University where he was awarded the James Britton Memorial Prize for his thesis project, and completed graduate work at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His work has been exhibited at the Center for Architecture in New York City and he has been a contributing author to the Young Architects Forum. He has served as a guest critic for studios at Northeastern University, the Boston Architectural College and Syracuse University. He is a licensed architect in New York State, a LEED accredited professional, and a member of the Syracuse University Generation Orange Leadership Council.