Michelle Todd has worked on projects all over the world in the fields of design and architecture, drawing inspiration from her projects in London, Dubai, Hong Kong, Italy, Santa Barbara and New York. In the corporate world, Michelle has created environments that impress visitors and redefine conventionality, while offering a comfortable and productive work environment.
She has worked in various architecture firms such as KPF, HOK and Perkins Eastman. While at these offices she has worked on a hospital project in England, conversion of a medieval castle to a luxury golf clubhouse in Scotland, and urban design planning in Dubai. Independently, she has worked for small and large corporations such as Snapple and single residential projects.
Since 2008 she has since set up her own studio in Brooklyn, New York and focused on historic renovations and additions in order to work more directly with the client and be closer to the construction process. Overall she has completed dexterous renovations which push the envelope of the expected creating simple beautiful spaces. She is a licensed architect in New York State. Michelle received her B.S and B.A. from City College of New York and her Masters of Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University in New York.