hi, i’m Michael

Michael Murdock, AIA, LEED AP | Principal, Senior Project Architect

Guilty Pleasure

Gelato

Education

Master of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1985

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Texas at Arlington, 1981

Registrations

Registered Architect, Tennessee #100947, California #25535

USGB, LEED Accredited Professional

Professional & Community Involvement

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter

Nashville Committee on Foreign Relations

Urban Land Institute, Nashville Chapter Member

Harvard University, Undergraduate Candidate Interview Committee

Aspire Conference, Programs and Marketing Committee

AIA Design Award Juror

In his role as principal and senior project architect, Michael brings the experience of working in varying architectural practices in Texas, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles and now Nashville. That experience has also enabled him to participate in a diverse range of building types and unique client relationships that have informed his collaborative approach to meeting the goals and objectives of the client and the demands of developing quality architecture. Michael has worked on a broad scale of project types and sizes ranging from large performing arts centers intended to re-energize a downtown community to the single-family home improving the quality of life of its inhabitants. Since joining EOA in 2002 to lead the EOA studio for BMW North America, Michael has led the majority of EOA’s unique design projects including the Tennessee State Museum, Bento at Chestnut Hill, Alloy at Tech Hill, Village 21 and Dismas House.

To connect with Michael, Click Here or 615.850.5515

In his role as principal and senior project architect, Michael brings the experience of working in varying architectural practices in Texas, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles and now Nashville. That experience has also enabled him to participate in a diverse range of building types and unique client relationships that have informed his collaborative approach to meeting the goals and objectives of the client and the demands of developing quality architecture. Michael has worked on a broad scale of project types and sizes ranging from large performing arts centers intended to re-energize a downtown community to the single-family home improving the quality of life of its inhabitants. Since joining EOA in 2002 to lead the EOA studio for BMW North America, Michael has led the majority of EOA’s unique design projects including the Tennessee State Museum, Bento at Chestnut Hill, Alloy at Tech Hill, Village 21 and Dismas House.

To connect with Michael, Click Here or 615.850.5515