Elizabeth Morgan, AIA


Elizabeth has 17 years experience in architecture, and has designed and managed the construction of public, commercial, educational, and residential projects. Her recent project for Smith College – a 4,900 sf renovation and new addition – included a commercial kitchen and dining hall, the first in the country to provide entirely gluten-free meals to students with food sensitivities.

Elizabeth designed a new 3,300 sf public recreation pavilion for the town of Florence’s athletic fields while with Kuhn Riddle Architects. After founding Morgan Studio Architecture & Interiors, Elizabeth continued on the project to perform construction administration. The project received the Western MA AIA Honor award.

Formerly with Kuhn Riddle Architects, Elizabeth also designed and managed the UMass Amherst George N. Parks Minuteman Marching Band Building, a public project which included a new 15,000 sf educational facilities for the band that achieved LEED Gold certification. She also co-designed a sustainable residential development called “Hawk’s Meadow,” which received the Western MA AIA Honor Award.

Elizabeth earned her Master of Architecture degree from Yale University. During her time in New Haven, she worked for the Yale Urban Design Workshop, providing urban planning and design services to communities throughout Connecticut.

Elizabeth is a native of Berkshire County, and is an avid hiker, runner and cross-country skier. She has taught at Williams College, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Massachusetts College of Art.


Master of Architecture, 2007 Yale School of Architecture

Bachelor of Arts, 1997 Oberlin College






2010 Western MA AIA Honor Award – Hawk’s Meadow

2016 Western MA AIA Honor Award – Recreation Pavilion



Yale Women in Architecture

American Institute of Architects