AIA Iowa Convention: Louise Braverman Lecture
A graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, Louise Braverman established her namesake practice
in 1991. Her work has been widely published and recognized by her peers, resulting in her early selection as an Architectural League’s Emerging Voice and elevation to fellowship in
the American Institute of Architects. Recently she was invited to present the work of her firm at the 2016, 2014, and 2012 Venice Architecture Biennales. She expressed how Venice amplifies her artistic impulse in her essay for JoAnn Locktov’s 2016 book, Dream of Venice Architecture. Louise has lectured about her architectural perspective both nationally and internationally at a variety of prestigious institutions including
The Plan Magazine Perspective
USA Lectures, the Yale School of Architecture, the Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design, the Yale Club, CUNY, the Montclair Art Museum, the Cosmopolitan Club, the AIA New York Chapter, the Chicago Archeworks Lecture Series, the University of Pennsylvania Humanities
Forum, Ryerson School of Architecture in Toronto and the International UIA Istanbul Congress in Turkey.