CNH Architects hires architectural designer Morgan Larson

CNH Architects, Inc. announces the hiring of architectural designer Morgan Larson.

A native of South Minneapolis, Larson graduated from North Dakota State University with a Masters of Architecture degree in 2018.

Larson started her career at a larger architecture firm and says she is excited about the close-knit environment the smaller CNH team offers. “I am really looking forward to getting to know everyone and becoming part of the team!” she said.


“I am thrilled to be in the incredibly welcoming and hands on atmosphere at CNH, as everyone is so personable and helpful, ” Larson said.


“Morgan’s creativity and hard work will be a great addition to our team and an asset for our clients. CNH welcomes her!” said Principal Quinn Hutson.


Learn more about Morgan and the rest of the team at


CNH Architects, Inc. is a creative, service-oriented firm that provides innovative design solutions for the commercial building and retail areas, public sector clients, vehicle facility projects, daycare and animal care facilities. CNH has served clients in the Twin Cities and Upper Midwest since 1969.

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