Ann Krsul has a B. A. in architecture and mathematics from Middlebury College and a Masters in Architecture from Yale University. She practiced architecture with Cesar Pelli, Bernard Tschumi, Zaha Hadid and David Rockwell among others. Ann founded her firm, Ann Krsul Architecture, in 1996 and has completed numerous residential projects as well as restaurants, retail and commercial spaces. AKA’s approach to design is a collaborative one. She works closely with the client and encourages an exchange of ideas. The resulting projects are both unique and deeply rooted in the client’s sensibilities. She strives to develop design solutions by carefully analyzing program, client needs, site and contextual queues, guaranteeing that each project will be unique and distinctive. She is also deeply committed to providing environmentally conscious solutions by using cutting edge materials and technologies. Her residential work includes numerous apartments, lofts, townhouses, additions and new homes and has been featured in the New York Times Magazine, Interior Design and Better Homes.