With over 18 years of experience in the field and having practiced in Brazil, Martha brings a unique international perspective to the firm. Martha joined Ford 3 Architects in 2004 after working at Ford Farewell Mills and Gatsch and has contributed her design talents to educational, commercial, institutional and residential projects. 

A longtime resident of Princeton, Martha has established connections with people from many walks of life in the Princeton area, from academics at the university, to the YWCA where she volunteered for several years and the soccer club where her daughters play every week. She prides herself on building strong relationships with her clients and for being their advocate on and off the construction site. 

Martha's ability to create distinctive personal spaces is achieved by the thoughtful coordination of the architecture and the design of interior. She blends her interpersonal and technical skills with her attention to detail to produce thoughtful designs that are a trademark of Ford 3 Architects. 

Fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, Martha enjoys traveling with her family and incorporating her experiences into her architectural practice. 

B Architecture, 1992, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil 
Graduate Studies, Pennsylvania State University 


Professional Memberships 
IAB - Brazilian Institute of Architects 

American Institute of Architects

Universidade Gama Filho Architectural Competition, 1992,Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
Honorable Mention - Project for the revitalization of riverfront in downtown Porto Alegre 

Professional Experience 
Ford Farewell, Mills and Gatsch Architects, LLC 
Princeton, NJ 

Sole Practicioner 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 

Campos & Morganti Arquitetos 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 

Community Service 
YWCA Princeton 
Princeton, NJ 
Crafters' Marketplace Publicity Chair, 2001-2003