Bryan is an architect and urban designer who specializes in traditional and vernacular solutions for the development of economically, socially, and culturally sustainable communities. His experience as a project manager and designer in New Urbanist projects includes work throughout the United States and abroad, at a variety of scales ranging from architectural details to the conceptual planning of new cities.
He has worked in the offices of internationally recognized designers including Scott Merrill, Duncan Stroik, Ray Gindroz, and Michael Imber, in addition to earning a post-professional Masters of Urbanism and Architectural Design from the University of Notre Dame. His graduate thesis on company towns and developing countries, with a case study in Haiti, was recognized with a Charter Award by the Congress of the New Urbanism and is published by VDM press.
He has had the privilege to visit as a studio critic at his alma mater and the University of Miami, and recently lectured on New Urbanism at the University of Texas at San Antonio’s School of Architecture. His service background includes work with municipal historic preservation boards, Habitat For Humanity, and local educational programs.
B. Arch: University of Notre Dame
Masters of Architectural Design and Urbanism: University of Notre Dame
Michael G. Imber Architects; 2010 -
Apostolou Associates, 2009 - 10
Urban Design Associates, 2006 - 09
Duncan G. Stroik, Architect, 2004- 06
Merrill, Pastor & Colgan Architects, 2001-04
Licensure and Accredidation:
Registered Architect: Texas #22314
USGBC: LEED Accredited Professional
International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Design
Society for Catholic Liturgy
ICAA/Habitat For Humanity Dream Dallas, 2010
Congress of the New Urbanism Charter Award, 2007
For a complete background on Bryan's education, professional experience, awards, and publications, please see his curriculum vitae below.
Bryan M. Morales, AIA, LEED AP | 2218 Estate Gate Dr., San Antonio, TX 78260 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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