Jeffrey Vaglio
Pursued innovative enclosures on high-profile projects
29, Associate Director, Advanced Technology Studio
Enclos Corp
Los Angeles


Jeffrey Vaglio is an architect in the field—and an academic. While leading multidisciplinary teams at Enclos Corp, Vaglio also is a Ph.D. candidate in architecture at the University of Southern California. At USC he received an Oakley Fellowship and the Rogaff Endowment. At Enclos he heads teams that the company says pursue innovative solutions for building enclosures. Vaglio has worked on such projects as Google's Bay View campus, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City, the Smithsonian Institution National African American Museum of History in Washington, D.C., as well as the Seattle Family Foundation Campus. In 2012 he organized the Facades + Innovation conference in Chicago. Working with a Chicago co-coordinator, Vaglio developed a technical program of speakers, panels and workshops for a two-day conference. He also has volunteered as a teaching assistant in Victor Regnier's Great Houses of Los Angeles course at USC.