Our goal is to create secure, beautiful, and sustainable spaces that fit your needs so you can live your best life.
We look to local climate, building practices, and site context to create healthy and long-lasting projects.
We have the skills to navigate your project from predesign to the completed building.
We support and work with local organizations such as ASA, Women & Their Work, and Austin Energy Green Building
“With every new design, I like to ask the clients to tell me stories about how they imagine themselves in their space. What do you want to see and feel when you open your eyes in the morning or make your morning coffee? A house is a sanctuary, and even the mundane can be enjoyable when a space functions well.”
With over 15 years of experience in the design industry, Meeta has worked on a variety of project types and sizes. Her current practice is centered in residential design.
Meeta makes buildings that address the unique needs of their inhabitants and lend elegant consideration to the environmental specifics of the site. To help clients achieve beauty, energy efficiency, and comfort, she draws on timeless principles of passive design, proven strategies for conservation, and the latest in green building technology.
Meeta holds a graduate degree from the School of Architecture at the University of Texas and a BA in Art and Art History from Rice University. Originally from India, she considers herself a Texan and has established deep roots in the Austin community. In her spare time, she loves to putter in her garden, cook, paint, and travel as much as possible.
Marcella has been with MMD Architecture for over a year since graduating with her Bachelor of Architecture from The University of Texas at Austin. At MMD, she is responsible for research, presentation deliverables, and design contribution.
Kelsey is passionate about design, innovation, and optimization. With her knowledge of construction and management, Kelsey helps the team with organization, and project facilitation.
Mariam is a passionate designer driven by her interests in sustainability and adaptive reuse. She will graduate with her M.Arch I, from The University of Texas at Austin in 2021.