Megan McDonough


Lecturer



Education

Yale School of Architecture  New Haven, CT | 2013-2016 | Master of Architecture
Georgia Institute of Technology  Atlanta, GA | 2009-2013 | Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Biography 

A Philadelphia native-turned-southerner, Megan is a practicing Architect at Houser Walker Architecture in Atlanta.  She brings a background of architectural theory and design embodied with ecology, urbanism, and material health.  Her training at Georgia Tech and Yale School of Architecture led to a deep interest in ecological architecture, culminating in a summer spent on a Bronze Age archaeological dig in Turkey.  Megan takes a research-based approach to design, seeking to create buildings that work as an environment as well as an experience.  She attends most Atlanta United games, reads an excessive amount on history and design, and bakes a stellar pecan pie.

Storefront for Art and Architecture ‘Competition of Competitions’ New York City, NY | jan 2014 |

Awarded second place out of over 100 entries and presented in the “Letters to the Mayor” event in NY, NY.  Collaboration with Annie Charleston, William McCommon, and Shota Vashakmadze.

Converging Territories: Island Incubator, Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi, 2016, pg 124-133.

“Schizophrenic Nomads of Suburbia”, Retrospecta 2015-2016, YSOA, 2015, pg 159.

Poet’s Landscapes  New Haven, CT | 2014-2015 | Teaching Assistant to Dolores Hayden