Architecture | Planning


Sonya L. Misiaszek AIA has 20 years of professional experience, designing many award-winning projects throughout New Hampshire. A 1992 graduate of Syracuse University, Sonya was the President of the New Hampshire chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 2007. Sonya is also currently a director on the board with the Belknap County Economic Development Council. She has participated in several community design charettes and is licensed to practice architecture in New Hampshire. When she’s not designing, Sonya likes to swim, bike and run, as well as work in her vegetable garden. 

Robert Kelly Turpin AIA has 25 years of experience with several award-winning projects to his credit. A 1987 graduate of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Rob practiced architecture in the Washington, DC area for ten years before moving to New Hampshire. Rob’s work has been featured in publications such as Remodeling Magazine and Accent on Home & Garden. Rob is currently a member of New Hampshire Preservation Alliance. He is licensed to practice architecture in New Hampshire and Virginia. In his spare time, Rob likes to ski and bike when he’s not coaching his children’s soccer and baseball teams.

Adam Morton received his Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2001. In addition to seven years of architectural experience, Adam also owned a construction firm for several years, providing design/build services for residential construction. Adam has served as a construction supervisor for several Habitat for Humanity projects in New Hampshire and Colorado. Adam is an Associate member of the American Institute of Architects, and is on the path to licensure as a registered Architect. An avid skier, Adam makes his home in Center Harbor.