Angela Matchica is a Principal, Electrical Engineer, and Director of Cultural Projects at EwingCole. She believes strongly in the collaborative design process and consistently works to incorporate high-quality lighting and electrical systems within the built environment. She has focused her career on cultural, academic, and high-efficiency buildings- understanding the importance of designing for flexibility, ease of use, and longevity.
Angela’s passion for sustainable design pushes her to develop innovative techniques to minimize energy use and reduce the carbon footprint for long-term client success. She was the lead lighting designer for the firm’s largest net-zero-energy design project, incorporating methods to reduce the lighting power use and optimize daylight.
Angela is actively involved in the lighting community and presents at conferences and publishes articles on new technologies, lighting best practices for different building types, and net-zero design. Angela began her career in 2007 after completing her dual Master/Bachelor degree in Architectural Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.