Cynthia Williams Architect, based in Cincinnati, OH, specializes in custom residential design and has extensive experience in new homes, home additions and renovations, historic preservation, garden structures, porches, and interior detailing for rooms such as family rooms, libraries, wine cellars, kitchens, and baths. Established in 1987, the firm offers full architectural services including design consultations, site analyses, schematic design, construction documents, and construction observation. Whether your project is large or small, Cynthia Williams Architect will satisfy your needs and your vision with solutions that are inspired and innovative, yet practical. Cincinnati Magazine awarded the firm its Interior Design Award in the category of Residence Under 3500 Square Feet, and Metropolitan Home magazine recognized Cynthia Williams Architect with an Honorable Mention in its annual home design contest. The firm’s work has also been featured in Remodel magazine and in the Cincinnati Enquirer.  A Cincinnati native, Cynthia Williams is a registered architect in Ohio and Kentucky. She received her Master of Architecture degree from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. At Harvard, she received the distinguished Alpha Rho Chi medal for professional merit, and the Sinclair Kennedy Traveling Fellowship, which offered her the opportunity of focused field study in the architecture of France, Switzerland, Italy, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Greece, Turkey, and Egypt. Prior to establishing her own firm in Cincinnati, OH, she worked for I.M. Pei & Partners in New York City, best known for their work on the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the addition to the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. At I.M. Pei & Partners, she was named an Associate for her outstanding work throughout her six years at the firm. She holds a certificate from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Congress of Residential Architecture, and the Cincinnati Preservation Association.