Season 2:

Episode 5

June 14, 2021

American Building Podcast: Megan Luce | Hosted by Michael Graves Architecture

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Today we’re joined by Megan Luce, Senior Director of Interior Design at Michael Graves. Join us as we discuss what it was like to work alongside Michael Graves, himself, and take a look behind the scenes of Megan’s latest project, 1776 On The Green in Morristown, New Jersey. Having begun work on this combination bar, restaurant, and Top Golf Suite just before the pandemic, Megan divulges the keys to designing a space that will invite diners to ease back into the post-pandemic restaurant experience and how COVID-19 impacted the creation of this project.

About Megan: 

Joining Michael Graves Architecture & Design in 2007, Megan brings over 13 years of experience in the design of office spaces, hotels, restaurants, and residences and has worked on several of the firm’s signature hospitality projects, including the Nile Corniche and Sentosa World Resorts in Singapore. She designs with the goal of integrating interiors into the architecture of the building to create seamless and unique solutions. Recognizing the importance of sustainable design, Megan believes that carrying the vision of the client through all the stages of design is critical and that a successful design solution is defined by the integration of sustainable concepts with cost-effective and beautiful design solutions. She works closely with associate architects and consultants located overseas throughout the design and construction process.

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