Gina Morrow is an Associate Partner at Guy Nordenson and Associates, a New York City-based structural engineering firm. She has managed a wide range of projects across the U.S. and worldwide. Her current and recent projects include the Portland Museum of Art Expansion in Portland, Maine, the Emanuel Nine Memorial in Charleston, South Carolina, the Frick Renovation and Expansion, the Renovation of the Ancient Near East and Cypriot Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the sculpture Day's End by David Hammons in New York, New York.
In addition to teaching at Cornell AAP, she teaches a structural drawing and design elective course at the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union. She has also taught at NJIT College of Architecture and Design and Princeton University School of Architecture. Her research interests lie at the intersection of architecture and engineering with a focus on the development of different forms of technical representation. In the past, she has worked at Princeton Architectural Press and MOS Architects. Morrow holds a Bachelor of Art from Vassar College and a Master of Architecture from Princeton University School of Architecture.
Academic Research/Specialty Areas
- Architectural design
- Architectural representation
- Architectural technology
- Structures in architecture
"Reading Between the Lines: the Language of Structural Engineers" in TECHNOSCAPE: the Architecture of Engineers, ed Maristella Casciato and Pippo Ciorra, 2023
"Day's End" with Guy Nordenson, A+U, Issue 627, 2022
"Archaeologists Wear Wetsuits," Issue 19, The Avery Review, 2016