Andrea Morton

Andrea Morton is the founder of aMortonDesign and a graduate of Cornell University. With over 15 years experience guiding projects from initial design through final construction she is well-versed in the coordination and negotiation required for a successful project. Her portfolio includes a wide range of project scales and types from renovations, additions, and new construction of residential, academic, commercial, and cultural institution projects.

As a LEED Accredited Professional, her commitment to sustainability starts with awareness of siting for environmental impact, selection of materials with high recycled content, preference for locally sourced products, and identification of energy saving and producing technologies appropriate for each project. She has traveled extensively throughout the world and experienced first-hand the wisdom of vernacular construction and respect for local materials and conditions in producing sustainable and beautiful architecture.

The greatest satisfaction comes from understanding a client’s needs in order to translate that vision into form & functional art.


Boston Society of Architects

GoGreen Web Directory

US Green Building Council
Administers and sets standards for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System)

Nexus Boston, local chapter of the USGBC

Architecture 2030 Challenge Adopter
Working toward the goal of carbon-neutral design and construction in 2030 with innovative design and renewable energy strategies.

Architects for Humanity Boston Member since 1995 when it was the Task Force to End Homelessness.

Trends Magazine Published the Avon Hill, Cambridge, bathroom renovation in 1998.

2010 Crave
Trends Publications