|Formed in 1984 as the successor firm to Sutphin Morris and Associates, Inc., Morris Architects has had a long history of serving our clients' need to solve business facilities problems with strong and effective design solutions. |
We provide full design services including architecture, interior design and space planning, facilities programming and management consulting, public agency liaison and public approvals management, urban and landscape design, furniture design and design of special environments. Our team approach ensures that the best skills are available to address unique design problems and we always include the client as a central member of the team.
Our projects have included health care facilities and a funeral home, offices and warehouses, stores and parks and large-scale urban developments.
Our clients have included Access Radiology Corporation, Advanced Instruments, Airborne Express, Arthur D. Little Inc., Bob Smith/Wilderness House, Boston Volvo, Cahners Publishing, Chrysler Corporation, Dolan Pond Company Inc., EnergyVision LLC, Federal Express, Financial Data Planning Inc., Honda Village, Identification Resources Inc, International Car Parts, Jamieson Properties, Jewish Family Services, LifePlans, The MacDowell Company, Marcam Data Systems, The Mount Washington Hotel and the Lodge at Bretton Woods, Muzak, Natick Ford, NTB (National Tire and Battery), NPC Computers, Parts America, Pentucket Medical Centers, Pizzeria Uno, Polaroid Corporation, Regalite Plastics, Safelight Auto Glass, Sears, Segue Software, The Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, Ticketmaster, TRW, Technical Aid Corporation, Unitrode Corporation and Western Auto.
The best indicator of our success is the large number of clients for whom we have worked for many years. They have come to appreciate our attention to their need to develop design solutions that support their business goals and objectives. We have proven that good design is good business.
Our Chairman, Glenn Morris AIA, brings business as well as design credentials to the firm. He has served as a business leader in local, state and national venues and has been a Chamber of Commerce president. He has served political campaigns from local to national in scope and was a member of the national finance committee for a former presidential candidate. He is currently a board member and operating committee member of the Charles River Coalition, a school-to-work consortium that includes the Brookline, Newton, Waltham and Wellesley (MA) school systems. Mr. Morris was the founder of the School of Interior Design at the Boston Architectural Center and at various times served as Chair of the Center's Exhibitions, Continuing Education, Interior Design, Development, Membership and MIS Committees as well as a member of the Education Committee and of the Board of Directors.