Natalie De Luca graduated from Columbia University’s GSAPP program with a Master of Architecture in 2008. She also received a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada in 2004. She has been a licensed architect in the State of New York since 2016. Her professional career began with multi-unit residential buildings in her native Toronto. It continued, during and post-grad school, in New York working on historic renovations and new buildings for the public and private sectors. Her clients included New York University and Brooklyn Public Libraries. Most recently, she spent 3.5 years living and working in Los Angeles, where her focus was on ground-up private homes and retail/commercial projects.
Her project expertise includes, adaptive reuse and renovation of historic buildings, library work, commercial work; multi-unit and private residential. At Brave/Architecture her focus is on project management, design and documentation of all phases from conceptual design to construction management.
In her free time, Natalie enjoys taking drum lessons, traveling extensively, biking Houston’s trails, drawing, and painting.