Elizabeth Morgan, AIA Architect
Elizabeth approaches each architectural project with sensitivity to site, scale, material and light. Through the exploration of a client’s lifestyle and budgetary constraints, Elizabeth arrives at architectural solutions that are as restrained as they are spatially resonant. She is particularly interested in the overlap of modern and vernacular design.
Elizabeth’s work has ranged in size from a 15,000 square foot building for the UMass Amherst Minuteman Marching Band to a 1,000 square foot affordable house, which was named a finalist in the South County Habitat for Humanity design competition.
Elizabeth earned her Master of Architecture degree from Yale University, where she was awarded teaching fellowships in both Structures and Urban Design, and received the Clarke Family Scholarship for Excellence in Design. During her time in New Haven, she also worked for the Yale Urban Design Workshop, providing planning and design services to communities throughout Connecticut.
Elizabeth currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Western Massachusetts chapter of the AIA.