Gin Braverman is the founder and creative director of the visionary firm gin design group. She has spent the last decade shaping Houston’s burgeoning hospitality scene, developing originative and fully integrated designs for award-winning food and beverage concepts, independent chefs, sommeliers and national restaurant and hospitality groups.
Like all worthwhile paths, Gin’s was winding. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin, her career began in NYC working in production for TV and film, ultimately designing for HGTV’s extreme home remodel show Home Rules. She also spent significant time abroad, traveling Europe and living in Asia, working with a Taiwanese design firm. When she moved to Houston, she joined the team at Installations Antiques, where she deepened her appreciation for and understanding of artisanship in the built-environment apprenticing in their workshop. Multi-cultural fascination and global immersion define her approach and inform her diverse design portfolio, which includes such projects as the Garden Bungalows at La Colombe d’Or, Stomping Grounds Garden Oaks, Eunice, multiple Goode Company restaurants, Camerata, Oxheart and Axelrad Beer Garden.
Her work has been featured in such esteemed publications as GQ, Architectural Digest, The Architect’s Newspaper, Texas Monthly, PaperCity, Wallpaper* City Guide, Interior Design, Hospitality Design, and others.
Now a Project Manager, Kim started at gin design group in 2013 as an intern in college. After graduating at The Art Institute of Houston with a Bachelors of Arts in Interior Design, she turned her internship into a full-time position and has continued to grow with the company. Having been mentored by gdg’s creative director since the start of her tenure, Kim is familiar with all the nuanced details involved in designing and marketing a successful F&B environment, from purchasing and installation to preparing the space for a photoshoot.
As Project Lead, Christina navigates the client-designer relationship with creative-problem solving, and complete dependability. She earned her Interior Design degree from TCU, and spent the early part of her career traveling the world, from Mexico City to Dubai, designing boutique hotels from concept to completion. In 2016, Christina joined the gdg team, bringing more than a decade of industry experience in the team. While she is fluent in almost any design style, she appreciates modern to transitional spaces with clean lines, and layered textures and textiles, and always tries to add moments of character to a space—whether through antiques or found objects. In her free time you’ll find her at a soccer game with her two young boys, or trying out a new restaurant in town.
RID (Registered Interior Designer)
Stephanie holds 15+ years of interior design experience, most recently with Zeigler Cooper architects followed by her namesake studio. Stephanie's speciality is designing Class A buildings, public and multi-family spaces, with unrivaled expertise in technical software and hyper-detailed documentation. She is passionate about projects involving historical spaces, especially when the concept calls for balancing them with more modern elements. She is exceptionally solution-based and approaches her work with curiosity, expertise and creativity.
Marcos received his BBA in Management from the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. He joined gdg as Procurement Lead with 6 years of interior design procurement experience but quickly discovered and ultimately pursued his true passion for designing furniture. He currently manages the design process for all custom furnishings and is spearheading gdg's collection of bespoke furniture. Outside of the office, Marcos spends his time pursuing creative side-hustles including DJing at local bars, painting, and cooking.
Jason has a collective 9 years in furniture procurement with 8 years in interior design firm experience. He earned his Master in Business Design from Domus Academy in Italy and holds a BA in Interior Design. Jason joins GDG Enterprises Worldwide as a Senior Procurement Agent, sourcing and managing the extensive procurement process for gin design group projects. Jason has a love for all things furniture and in his free time enjoys international travel / documentary series on design and history.
Cameron contributes a background in sustainable design, 3D visualization, trans-media presentations, and social cause design. Combined with her experience in finance and marketing, she approaches all projects from a critical and holistic vantage point. She has served on the Associate Board for the Greater Chicago Food Depository, is a member of the Houston Food Bank, and is an active member of the A&D community. She will be serving as the Design Director, ensuring exceptional creativity, forward-thinking concept and technical accuracy.
Brittany grew up in Illinois and earned her BFA in Interior Design at Iowa State University in 2022. Her time at Iowa State opened many avenues of learning including inclusive design, sustainable design, and experiential design. Brittany’s education, along with her six-year background in the F&B service industry, gave her the necessary tools to help jump start her career at gin design group. In her free time, Brittany is constantly searching for a new true crime documentaries, reading a light-hearted book, or exploring new creative outlets.
Rebeca brings 5 years of experience in high-end residential and hospitality design, with a special interest in contemporary design. She holds an Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University and had the opportunity to travel to several countries in Europe and Latin America, which have inspired her design aesthetic. Her architectural background means she thinks about every space as part of a larger whole. When she’s not working on exciting new projects, you can find her curled up with a good book—or just dreaming about her next trip!
Born and raised in Bogota, Colombia, Ana received her Bachelors in Industrial Design from Pontificia Javeriana University. In 2021, Ana chose to continue her studies in the U.S. and is currently pursuing a degree in Interior Design at Houston Community College. Her previous experience in branding aides in providing a deeper understanding of storytelling and graphic design while her creative background allows her approach to design projects based on the user's needs to create memorable experiences through products and services. In Ana's free time she enjoys painting murals in her friend’s houses or building furniture out of recycled materials.
Bradley manages the black and white details and numbers so the team can focus on creating more colorful experiences in the world. Bradley has 30+ years experience providing accounting services for a variety of industries including oil and gas, banking and mortgage (Accenture, Washington Mutual, SCI, etc), but his real passion is working with driven creative teams. When he's not in the office, he enjoys Houston's diverse cultural and metropolitan arts and entertainment.
Oxheart | Arts District Houston
Goode Company Seafood | Memorial
Pappas Restaurant Group | Houston
Traveler’s Table Restaurant | Montrose
Lemongrass Restaurant | Bellaire
Flower & Cream | Bellaire
Clubcorp Harbour Club | Charleston, NC
Antone’s Original Po’Boys | Med Center
1 Blvd Place, Common Areas | Uptown Park
Cypress Circle Cafe | Houston Zoo
Dish Society | Heights
Braun Development, Co-working Facilities/Urban Offices
MDR Advertising Offices | Corpus Christi, TX
Eunice Restaurant by BRG Hospitality | Greenway
El Segundo Swim Club | 2nd Ward
Herb & Beet Restaurant | The Woodlands
ReVive Co Development, Corporate Office | The Heights
Main & Co Historic renovation | Downtown
Goodnight Charlie’s | Montrose
Goode Co Kitchen Cantina | Memorial
Goode Co BBQ/Kitchen Cantina Complex | Woodlands
Dish Society | Memorial Green
Cafe Nosh | Downtown
White Oak Music Hall (restrooms/green rooms/common areas FF&A)) | Near Northside
Lululemon FF&A | Heights Mercantile
xelrad Beer Garden | 3rd Ward
Raven Tower Bar | Near Northside
Mazzarino Custom Homes | Citywide
MKT Bar at Phoenicia | Downtown
Mission Squash | Heights
M Salon | Greenway
Ruggles Green | Woodlands
Public Services Wine & Whisky | Downtown
Beckrew Wine House | Upper Kirby
F Bar | Montrose
Commoner & Boulevardier Bars | Downtown
Kolache Shoppe | Greenway
Hogg Palace | Downtown
Stanton’s City Bites | Washington Corridor
Camerata Wine Bar | Montrose
Stuff’d Wings | Midtown
Buffalo Bayou Brewery | Sawyer Yards
South End Restaurant | Norwalk, CT
Magasin Cafe | NOLA
Wicked Po’boy | Dallas
Pralaya Yoga | Montrose
HGTV Home Rules | NYC
Common Bond | Capital Tower | Downtown
MAJORITY | Fondren Southwest
Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company | Sawyer Yards
ReVive Co | Stomping Grounds Development
Saigon Hustle | Garden Oaks
Sunday Press | Garden Oaks & Memorial
Dish Society | Southside Commons
FM Kitchen | Shepherd & Westheimer
La Colombe D’Or Hotel, Bungalow suites | Montrose
The Post HTX FF&A/ Flower & Cream Kiosk | Downtown
Rain Dog | Near Northside
Palace Social | Southside Commons Bellaire
Dish Society | Southside Commons Bellaire
FORTH at Navigation, Multi-family | Second Ward
Central Kitchen | Water Street, Corpus Christi
Treadwell Men’s Salon | MKT Heights
Treadwell Men’s Salon | Southside Commons Bellaire
The Flat | Montrose
Twisted Grilled Cheese | Washington Corridor
Texas Tail Distillery | Galveston
Mala Sichuan | MKT Heights
Daily Gather | City Center
LuLoo’s | Stomping Grounds
Cherry Block | Stomping Grounds
The Lymbar | The Ion
Pucci Cafe | Cinco Ranch
Jun | Heights
Dan Electros | Heights
Toyota Center | Houston
Pondicherri | Houston