Practicing locally and globally, Louise Braverman Architect is a highly focused studio committed to creating architecture of art and conscience. Working with all segments of society, the studio consistently takes on the challenge to innovate, creating impactful design excellence in the context of amplified sustainability and communal engagement. This mission is propelled by the firm’s core belief in the power of pivotal architecture to positively affect the way in which we live.
Recent built work that embraces distinct communities include Centro de Artes Nadir Afonso, an art museum in Portugal that encourages public participation with art; the Derfner Museum, an art museum in New York that facilitates multi-generational engagement through amplified ADA compliance, and Village Health Works Staff Housing, a net-zero dormitory for medical workers on an off-the grid site in post-genocide Burundi, Africa.
The studio has won over 50 design awards resulting in 5 consecutive invitations to exhibit at the Venice Architecture Biennale, both at international exhibitions and the USA Pavilion.