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BRIAN MORGAN ARCHITECTS, LLC is a design studio offering architectural and design services to residential and small commercial clients. Our office is client focused, compassionate about the process, and committed to projects of all scales. Our approach is to balance the art of design with the science of construction, to bring the vision of our client into architecture capable of inspiration with seamless functionality.

The creation of great architecture, at its core, is base on the relationship and collaboration between the designer and the client. Our projects are influenced as much by the distinct site and project parameters as they are by the unique qualities of each client. Communication is the key to this process. To maintain and establish this strong relationship, we commit our self as a partner with our client throughout the entire process until the completion of construction. Within this role we can ensure the quality of the design and the economy of the construction.

About Our Architects


“Architecture needs to respond to who we are, within any style the internal order of a dwelling needs to accommodate the way we live.”

Brian enjoys exploring how life occurs within a family structure and the way spatial order can better facilitate each life. A native of Missouri, Brian relocated to Seattle, WA where he received his Master’s of Architecture and to begin his professional career designing custom residential projects. Returning to Missouri, Brian is excited to bring his influences from urban, Northwest modern architecture to the evolving culture of the Midwest.

Brian is on the board of directors of the AIA Mid-Missouri Chapter. He believes in giving back to our global community and is long-time volunteer with Humanity for Children. He launched an international architectural design competition, Design for the Children, in 2008 that received design submittals from over 90 countries for a pediatric health facility in East Africa.

Adrienne Stolwyk, AIA

Adrienne believes thoughtful design can transform how we relate to each other and the environment.  Originally from Kansas City, Adrienne received her Master of Architecture from Kansas State University in 2008.  She has over 10 years of experience in commercial architecture, but a heart for making homes.  
Adrienne has significant hands-on residential design and construction experience. In 2012 she volunteered with the non-profit CommunityRebuilds in Moab, Utah, helping to build a code-compliant straw bale house from start to finish. Adrienne has designed and completed various renovation projects with her husband, Adam, in their 117-year-old rooming house near downtown Columbia.  And amidst the pandemic they have begun construction on their latest project: a Net-Zero Accessory Dwelling Unit (aka backyard house).
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