Megan Feenstra Wall is an architect and principal with MATHISON | MATHISON ARCHITECTS.
After earning a bachelor's degree in art and engineering from Calvin College and a Master of Architecture at Columbia University in New York City, Megan spent some time traveling through SE Asia and India, eventually landing and working in Newcastle, England for a few years.
She's been back in her home state of Michigan for a decade, working on a variety of commercial, institutional, and residential projects, from a historic concert hall to a distillery to a number of private schools and new residential projects.
Always curious, Megan loves the variety and complexity of our profession and the opportunity to build relationships with our clients. Her calm demeanor allows her to provide clarity and perspective in challenging situations.
Megan is the 2021 AIA Grand Rapids board president, the first woman in that role. Previously, she served as the AIA Grand Rapids Associates Director, served on an AIA Michigan Strategic Committee and on the AIA national task force to rewrite the Framework for Design Excellence, as well as starting an informal gathering of local women in the profession.
She is passionate about her community and her beloved Eastown neighborhood and has served on various boards for organizations such as Children’s Healing Center, Design Week West Michigan, Ferris State Architecture Advisory Board, and the Board of Formation for the MArch program at Kendall College. She has taught at Kendall and been a critic for reviews at several programs including Kendall, University of Michigan, and Ferris State University. Megan received the AIA Michigan Young Architect award in 2016.