Bill Morgan, Architect

Bill Morgan, Architect

Bill Morgan, Architect

William Newton Morgan, Sr. – 1930 – 2016

Education:

1952 – Bachelor of Architecture, magna cum laude, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

1958 – Master of Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

2012 – Honorary Doctorate of Arts with honors, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Fellowships:

1958 – Fulbright Grant to study in Italy

1958 – Appleton, Traveling Fellowship

1964 – Wheelwright Fellowship, Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Registered:

Florida, Georgia and Virginia

Academic Appointments:

1969 – Lecturer and visiting Architecture critic, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana

1970 – Visiting Critic, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

1998 – 2000 Director, Historic Preservation Program, University of                          Florida, Gainesville, Florida

​Publications:

1980 – Prehistoric Architecture of the Eastern United States

1988 – Prehistoric Architecture in Micronesia

1994 – Ancient Architecture of the Southeast

1999 – Pre-Columbian Architecture in Eastern North America

2008 – Earth Architecture from Ancient to Modern

Firms:

Twitchell & Rudolph Architects, Sarasota, Florida

1961 – 2008 – William Morgan Architects, Jacksonville, Florida

Influences:

Studied under Walter Gropius while at GSD along with Paul Rudolph. While in Italy Morgan studied with Jose’ Luis Sert. Studied concrete construction with Pier Luigi Nervi.

Professional Affiliations:

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)

1963 – American Institute of Architects (AIA) Jacksonville Chapter, Fellow, American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Military Service:

1952 – United States Navy, Korean War

1955 – United States Navy Reserves

Honors:

1967 – Award of Merit, Home Magazine and House Living, Sea Place Apartments, Atlantic Beach, Florida

1968 – Wood Award, Architectural Record Magazine, Hatcher Residence, Ponte Verda, Florida

Notable Works:

1959 – Beaches Methodist Church, Jacksonville, Florida

1964 – Williamson Residence, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

1967 – Sea Place Apartments, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

1969 – Dickinson Hall, Florida State Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida

1969 – Residence, Lake Wahlberg, Micanopy, Florida

1969 – Ballentine Residence, Atlantic Beach, Florida

1975 – Police Administration Building, Jacksonville, Florida

1972 – “Hilltop House,” Brooksville, Florida

1972 – Morgan Residence, Atlantic Beach, Florida

1975 – “Dune House,” Atlantic Beach, Florida

1979 – Forest House, Featured in Architectural Digest, Gainesville, Florida

1979 – Stanley Residence, Gainesville, Florida

1983 – “Tree House,” Atlantic Beach, Florida

1959 – Beaches Methodist Church
Jacksonville, Florida

1964 – Williamson Residence,
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
1967 – Sea Place Apartments,
 Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
1969 – Dickinson Hall,
Florida State Museum of Natural History,
Gainesville, Florida
1969 – Residence, Lake Wahlberg,
Micanopy, Florida
1969 – Ballentine Residence,
Atlantic Beach, Florida
1969 – Floor Plan Ballentine Residence,
Atlantic Beach, Florida
1971 -1975 – Police Administration Building,
Jacksonville, Florida
 
1972 – “Hilltop House”
Brooksville, Florida
1972 – Morgan Residence,
Atlantic Beach, Florida
1975 – “Dune House,”
Atlantic Beach, Florida
1979 – “Forest House,”
Featured in Architectural Digest,
Gainesville, Florida
1983 – “Tree House, ‘
Atlantic Beach, Florida