Reed A. Morrison AIA


Reed Morrison founded the architectural firm Reed A. Morrison Architect in New York City in 1985.  The firm is involved with projects throughout the northeastern states, Florida and California.

Prior to 1985, Reed Morrison apprenticed in New York in the office of Phillip Johnson and John Burgee Architects and Gwathmey Siegel Architects and in San Francisco in the office of Skidmore Owings and Merrill Architects.  Reed Morrison is the son of Helen and Murdo D. Morrison who met and were married while working in the office of Eliel and Eero Saarinen in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.  Reed Morrison has also collaborated with his father Murdo D. Morrison FAIA in partnership in San Francisco.

Reed Morrison's design intent is to create unique solutions that are a response to the specific needs of each client and the context of each project.  Consistent to each solution are the creation of interior and exterior space through the rigorous articulation of light, materials, detail and proportion with a respect for history.

Harvard University - Masters in Architecture - 1975

University of California, Berkeley - Bachelor of Arts in Architecture - 1973

NCARB, States of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California Massachusetts and Florida

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