Thomas J. Mojo, AIA

Thomas J. Mojo, one of the founding principals at Mojo Stumer Associates Architects, graduated from the University of Florida, one of the country’s leading architectural design schools.

Prior to the formation of Mojo Stumer Associates Architects, Mr. Mojo practiced at several architectural firms where his expertise became high-end office buildings. During this period, Mr. Mojo was instrumental in the design of some of Long Island’s more prestigious office buildings, which ultimately won national as well as local design awards.

After the formation of Mojo Stumer Associates Architects, Mr. Mojo continued on with the promotion of sophisticated, high-end office buildings and corporate headquarters.

Mr. Mojo envisions architecture as the manifestation of the client’s program, stating always that the “stronger the program, the better the design solution”. The tenet of Mr. Mojo’s philosophy is encompassing the exterior and the interior into one solution.

As principal in charge of the Human Resources of Mojo Stumer Associates Architects, Mr. Mojo believes that the strength of our firm is in the quality of the people who work at the firm; therein lies the strength of an excellent office dedicated to the advancement of architecture.

Mr. Mojo is a Registered Architect with affiliation in the following organizations:

  • • American Institute of Architects, National
  • • American Institute of Architects, New York/Long Island Chapter
  • • New York State Society of Architects
  • • Architectural League of New York

He is also a member in good standing with National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and is registered in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

Mr. Mojo has affiliated himself with the New York Institute of Technology Architectural program where he instituted a scholarship program for design students.

Mr. Mojo serves as a Board Member on the following organizations helping to advance the architectural cause:

  • • National Real Estate Board
  • • Wheatley Hills Board of Governors
  • • Long Island Association
  • • Heads 2nd Year Design Scholarship Program for N.Y.I.T.
  • • Jury Critic for N.Y.I.T. Design Students Thesis
  • • Guest Speaker at N.Y.I.T.
  • • Sits on Board of Oyster Bay Cove Architectural Review Board