Born in New York and raised in Fayetteville, Morganne Bryner graduated in May 2017 from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design with a Bachelor of Interior Design (B.I.D) and minors in sustainability and urban planning.
Her interest in sustainability and its intimate relationship with people sparked in her sophomore year, which led to her interest in the minor. To receive her minor, she completed a sustainability capstone project which detailed a vertical-growing hydroponics system. While in school, she also participated in the creation of a short-format Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) report, story map, and digital reconstruction of two historic structures in Rush, Arkansas, a small mining town along the Buffalo River that was active in the 1920s. The study was completed for the National Park Service and is making its way into the Library of Congress.
Along with her interest in sustainability, Morganne has a love for all aspects in the design world and how they intertwine. Her interests range anywhere from innovative interior design to historic landscape design.
In her free time, Morganne is a self-proclaimed adventure enthusiast. She loves zip lining, parasailing, scuba diving, yoga and hiking. She is also working towards becoming a certified interior designer.
Morganne joined the DEMX team in March 2018.