Richard attended the Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture, and received his Bachelor of Science with High Honor in 1983, a Certificate in Energy Studies in 1983, and a Master of Architecture degree in 1985.
Richard's academic studies focused on emerging technologies for energy efficiency, including super-insulated building envelopes, active and passive solar design, and computer simulation of building energy performance, pre-dating today's sustainable movement by more than 30 years. Through continuing education, Richard stays informed of sustainable materials and techniques to save homeowners money and contribute to a healthier environment.
Elizabeth earned her Master of Architecture degree with High Honor from Georgia Tech in 2009, and went on to study Urban Design at Tech (Master of Science with High Honor, 2011) and Historic Preservation at Georgia State University (Graduate Certificate, 2011). She became a registered architect in 2014.
Elizabeth has worked on a wide variety of project types, including many historic properties - like the rehabilitation of Atlanta’s City Hall East into Ponce City Market. She enjoys applying her knowledge of historic preservation to residential design, with an eye towards preserving the character of the house and the larger fabric of the neighborhood. She has called Decatur, Georgia, home for most of her life.
Richard M. Stevens
Georgia, License No. 6924
Colorado, License No. 306325
Member, American Institute of Architects
Elizabeth Stevens Morris
Georgia, License No. 013987
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, Certification No. 83677