Paul Murdoch Architects
Paul Murdoch is president of Paul Murdoch Architects, the award-winning firm he founded in 1991 dedicated to the poetic exploration of sustainable architecture. The firm works across different fields of knowledge through a full spectrum of scale and typologies, and has been recognized as one of the Top 50 in the US for its design solutions to address urban growth and cultural change. Paul has pioneered some of the first sustainable design and policy initiatives in Los Angeles, recognized through commendations from the City recognition of outstanding citizenship… demonstrating the cost-effectiveness and feasibility of designing for the environment. The American Institute of Architects has honored Paul and Milena Murdoch as Architects of Healing for their roles as the designers of the Flight 93 National Memorial. Paul has taught at the USC School of Architecture and has been a guest critic at UCLA and Sci-Arc.