Edgar Papazian, architect, is a graduate of Columbia and Yale Universities. 

Edgar's architectural design work has been collected by curators at the libraries at Yale (Robert Haas collection), Columbia (Avery library), and UCLA. His architectural work has been published on the online magazines Dwell, ArchDaily, and Dezeen, as well as in the Modern A-Frame by Gibbs Smith Publishers, The Southampton Press, East Hampton Star, ReadyMade magazine, and Portland Monthly.

In the past Edgar contributed to the work at architecture firms such as Ennead (Polshek Partnership), Pelli Clarke Pelli, Joeb Moore + Partners, 1100 Architect, Ogawa Depardon, and in the Hamptons with James Merrell Architects and Martin Architects. He is a licensed architect and was a certified Passive House Consultant.

Additionally, Edgar is an Adjunct Professor of Architectural Design at the New York Institute of Technology.

Edgar is currently 2024 President of the Peconic Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

He lives in Sag Harbor, New York with his wife, Michelle and daughters, Giovanna and Beatrice.