Cathy Braasch is the founding principal of Braasch Architecture. Their work is comprised of commercial and residential projects including Loop Loft which was featured in Dwell magazine. Previously, she was an associate at Stoss, working on urban landscape projects such as the Plaza at Harvard University and CityDeck in Green Bay, Wisconsin. As a project architect at Stephen Yablon Architect and Della Valle Bernheimer, she designed numerous residential and commercial projects including a luxury hotel in Soho, a residential amenity space in Brooklyn, and a high end condominium building in Chelsea. Braasch currently teaches at the Pennsylvania State University and previously taught at Northeastern University, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Harvard’s Career Discovery. Her research interests include the intersection of architectural design and urban landscape, duration and creative production in built environment related to temporary structures and adaptive reuse, alternative models of professional practice. She received a Master in Architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University. Before pursuing architecture, Ms. Braasch designed scenery, lighting, and projections for theatrical productions.