Page Ayres Cowley
Principal, AIA, FAIA, FRIBA, LEED AP BD+C
Drawing on experience gained with Feilden + Mawson, under the direction of the late Sir Bernard Feilden, and in New York with Beyer Blinder Belle, where she was an Associate and Director of Preservation under the leadership of James Marston Fitch and John Belle, Page established her own firm in 1992.
In addition to her professional work, Page Cowley is an unaffiliated member of the New York State Open Space Planning Advisory Committee for the New York Region 2 and serves as Co-Chair of the Land Use Committee of Community Board 7 Manhattan on the Upper West Side. She is also a Board Member of Landmark West! and serves on the Advisory Board of the Sir John Soane’s Museum Foundation and the Editorial Board of the Butterworth-Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology. Page Cowley is an Honorary Trustee of the James Marston Fitch Charitable Foundation, and was last year appointed as the representative of New York City Controller, Scott Stringer, to the New York City Historic Properties Fund.As co-chair of the Land Use Committee Manhattan CB7, Page Cowley has participated in several neighborhood project initiatives working with the Department of City Planning. These include review and establishment of UWS Retail Guidelines, Text Amendment for the UWSURA permitting retail along Columbus Avenue, and most recently drafting statements and delivering testimony for the Mandatory Inclusionary Housing and Zoning for Quality Amendment.
Page Cowley is a graduate of New York University and received a degree in Urban Design from Oxford Brookes University, England, and an M.Arch from Columbia University.