Miharu Morimoto, AIA

Miharu has a strong background in conceptual design. Thoughtfully crafted and clearly identified, her conceptual ideas are derived from the functional needs of the users, the impact of the building presence in its context and community, as well as the understanding of the temporary and permanent nature of the built environment. With experiences in a wide range of project types, from a small childcare center to museums and higher education buildings, she has learned the technical knowledge to create a safe and comfortable building envelope that supports the conceptual idea. Well organized, analytical and thoughtful, she ensures that the initial intent is carried through to a successful completion of a project.


Georgia Institute of Technology
Master of Architecture, 2008

Duke University
Bachelor of Science, Engineering, 2003


Project ACT/Abilities Network, Advisory Board Member, 2020-Present

Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums - DC Emerging Museum Professionals Mentorship Program, Mentor, 2020-Present

Building Enclosure Council – Baltimore, Board Member, 2019-Present

Miharu Morimoto, AIA - Associate