Ann Krsul has a B.A. in art and architecture from Middlebury College and a Masters in Architecture from Yale University. She practiced architecture with Cesar Pelli, Bernard Tschumi and David Rockwell, among others. She has completed numerous residential projects as well as many restaurants, commercial kitchen designs, event spaces, food service projects and retail spaces. She executed Planet Hollywood restaurants all over the world from Guam to San Antonio to Johannesburg. She was the Director of Architectural Design at Armani Exchange and designed dozens of Armani stores around the country. She is stylistically very versatile and is comfortable designing in both traditional and modern architectural styles. Her designs are innovative, yet crafted to meet the desires and needs of each client. She excels at working with groups and committees and finding the best possible design to bring together differing viewpoints.
She is currently renovating the lobby of the Marina Grand Resort, a hotel and marina in Southwest Michigan which serves the Greater Chicago area, the Grandaisy Bakery, a 21,000 sq. ft. bakery and retail space in New York City, as well as many other residential and retail projects. She is an AIA and NCARB affiliate and is licensed in New York, Michigan and Indiana. Additional examples of work can be provided upon request to illustrate the range of her experience and flexibility.