Megan Feenstra Wall is an architect with MATHISON | MATHISON ARCHITECTS.
Megan is able to assess needs from multiple stakeholders and design beautiful solutions that exceed expectations. Her calm demeanor allows her to provide clarity and perspective in challenging situations. She is curious and loves navigating unique projects.
After graduating with honors with a bachelor's degree in engineering, studio art, and art history at Calvin College, Megan headed to New York City to earn her Master of Architecture from Columbia University. She then worked for Stephen Tilly Architects before setting off on an adventure with her husband, working at a ski resort in Colorado, backpacking through Southeast Asia and finally landing in England for a few years. She worked at Napper Architects in Newcastle, and her favorite projects included two large court buildings outside of Manchester and a beautiful boathouse and restaurant on the shores of the North Sea. Returning to Michigan, Megan's local projects include downtown building renovations such as the old Pen Club, the ArtPrize headquarters, and Saint Cecilia Music Center, as well as Grand Rapids Christian High and Middle Schools and several nearby residences.
Megan joined Mathison|Mathison Architects when the firm was quite young. She has enjoyed being part of the firm's growth and is excited to continue to push design in West Michigan.
Megan is passionate about her community and has served on the board of the local AIA, a Michigan AIA Strategic Committee, Children’s Healing Center, Design Week West Michigan, Ferris State Architecture Advisory Board and, with Tom Mathison, helped to develop the Master of Architecture program at Kendall College. She has taught at Kendall College and been a critic for reviews at several programs including Kendall, University of Michigan, and Ferris State University.