Morris Adjmi

Principal, Morris Adjmi Architects

Morris Adjmi loves cities. As the founder and principal of MA, he is dedicated to understanding the history and complex forces that shape them to create buildings and environments that are contextual but unmistakably contemporary. The resulting work has become a favorite of both forward-thinking developers and history-minded preservationists. Morris’ passion for historic and industrial architecture was formed by the cast-iron French Quarter balconies and crumbling Creole cottages in his hometown of New Orleans and refined in New York and Milan during a 13-year collaboration with Pritzker Prize-winning architect Aldo Rossi. Today, the multidisciplinary design practice is best known for thoughtful engagement with the arts, distinct interpretation of industrial forms, and creative expression of innovative materials. Morris is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a graduate of Tulane University, where he received a Master of Architecture.

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