Susan T. Morgan AIA LEED AP BD+C
A third-generation architect, Susan was originally drawn to the field by a deep appreciation for the level of craft in historic buildings. But for her, architecture is as much about the people as it is about designing the spaces and structures that will serve them. Susan’s award-winning work in both historical preservation and new construction integrates aesthetics with client goals to create buildings that are elegant, vibrant, and engaging.
Susan’s practice is founded on building strong working relationships with her clients and resolving the unique complexities of each project. From the Boston University Yawkey Student Center to the University of Pennsylvania School of Law Golkin Hall, she believes it is her responsibility to listen first, then ask the right questions to develop a unique, integrated design solution.
Susan draws inspiration not only from the wide range of people she works with on each project, but also her students, colleagues, and curriculum at Boston Architectural College, where she has taught for over a decade. Her practice continues to enhance her knowledge and experience, and teaching nurtures her curiosity and energy and opens new possibilities for design.
Susan’s work is also informed by her personal passion for learning. She is an avid reader, ballroom dancer, and musician who plays three different instruments. For Susan, so much in the world influences design, and engaging with the world through other arts and activities helps expand what is possible.