Chomowicz received a Bachelors of Architecture Degree from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, a Masters of Design Studies in the history and theory of architecture from Harvard University, studied economics and political economy at the Graduate Faculty at the New School for Social Research, and is completing his PhD at London Metropolitan University. Chomowicz began his career in New York City as a practicing architect eventually establishing his own firm, specializing in linking business strategy with spatial design. His clients include General Motors, the University of California at Berkeley, the United Nations, and the Eisenhower Memorial Commission.
Throughout his professional career Chomowicz has maintained an equal footing in design education with teaching and administrative positions at the University of Florida, Catholic University of America, the Cooper Union and the Maryland Institute College of Art. Chomowicz’s research focuses on the ancient origins of architecture and urban planning in the Middle East and its relationship to current building schemes. He has been the head architect on a number of archaeological excavations throughout the region.