MEGHAN SHERMAN   Designer    Superhero |     Project Experience |  Meghan previously worked with a focus in healthcare design. During graduate school she focused on health and healthcare design.  This included taking an uninviting program and making it a positive experience for the end user.  At a previous internship, she was part of large hospital renovations in Nebraska, rehabilitations centers, small clinic additions, as well as many other projects.  After moving to Bozeman, she has spent time working on multiple residential projects.         Design Inspiration |   Life of an Architect (blog)  Arch Daily (blog)  Design-milk (blog)     Architectural Style |  My architectural style varies from project to project but always comes back to a modern style.  I enjoy experimenting with materials and creating a design with clean lines.       Current Read |  The Power of the Other by Henry Cloud   

MEGHAN SHERMAN
Designer


Superhero |

 

Project Experience |

Meghan previously worked with a focus in healthcare design. During graduate school she focused on health and healthcare design.  This included taking an uninviting program and making it a positive experience for the end user.  At a previous internship, she was part of large hospital renovations in Nebraska, rehabilitations centers, small clinic additions, as well as many other projects.  After moving to Bozeman, she has spent time working on multiple residential projects.    

 

Design Inspiration | 

Life of an Architect (blog)

Arch Daily (blog)

Design-milk (blog)

 

Architectural Style |

My architectural style varies from project to project but always comes back to a modern style.  I enjoy experimenting with materials and creating a design with clean lines.  

 

Current Read |

The Power of the Other by Henry Cloud

 

Meghan

Meghan, originally from a small town in Nebraska, attended the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, where she received her Bachelors in Science, Design and her Masters of Architecture.  After interning for a large firm in Nebraska for three years, she decided to move to Bozeman to gain experience in other areas of architecture including residential and K-12 work.