Lauren Miyata is an Associate at Brandon Haw Architecture. Since joining the firm in 2018, Lauren has worked on several projects including Roma 54 / Living Reforma, a 47-story residential tower in Mexico City. She contributed to the design of the apartment and amenity interior spaces for both the condominium and rental portions of the tower. Currently, she is helping to lead the design and coordination of a two-tower, 380,000 square foot waterfront residential and commercial development on the East River in NYC.
Lauren received her Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University GSAPP and was bestowed a School Service Award. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where she was one of the founding officers of the university’s chapter of the Alpha Rho Chi professional fraternity.
Prior to joining BHA, Lauren helped oversee multiple single-family residential projects from concept to completion as a designer at Neuhaus Design Architecture. She has also interned at LSM, designing corporate interiors for a prestigious law firm, and worked in her home state of Hawaii on commercial and healthcare projects.