Louise Braverman, Architect is a highly focused architectural practice that creates artistically inventive, sustainable design for all segments of society. The work is a product of a search for elemental solutions to complex problems, using common means to achieve uncommon results. Louise Braverman, Architect collaborates with clients and consultants to design institutional, residential and commercial projects both locally and globally. The work of the firm has received widespread national and international recognition including the 2009 Chicago Athenaeum International Design Award for Centro de Artes Nadir Afonso, the 2005 Residential Architect Award for Chelsea Court, national, state and local AIA Awards in 2003-4 for Chelsea Court, “Best of Category” of the ID Annual Design Award in 1997 for Maps + Movies at Grand Central Terminal, as well as a Long Island Chapter AIA Award in 1994 for the House at Ninevah Beach. Chelsea Court was 1 of 18 projects to be included in the 2004 Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset Exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington DC.