Anna Abramowicz received a B.A. from Harvard College, a Master's of Philosophy in Archaeology from Cambridge University and a Master's of Architecture from Columbia University. Prior to founding her firm in 1999, Anna Abramowicz worked for several distinguished New York Architectural firms, among them, Platt Byard Dovell, HOK, and Evans Heintges Architects. Although her primary work was on high rise office towers, she was also project architect on a number of smaller scale residental and preservation projects. She is interested in creative re-use & sustainable design as well as healthcare and housing. A childhood spent in Japan and Italy results in her appreciation of diverse aesthetics and cultures. Anna Abramowicz maintains her primary license in New York, and is NCARB certified which allows her reciprocity with other states