Born in Baltimore and raised in East Tennessee, Meera Deean is an architectural and urban designer at Utile. At Utile, she is currently managing the Downtown Waterfront Planning Initiative, which will result in a public realm and watersheet activation plan, a municipal harbor plan, and new zoning. She also managed the City Hall Plaza Master Plan for the BRA and the EPA’s Greening America’s Capitals project. In addition, she is working on the graphic design of the Boston Transportation Department’s new Complete Streets Manual, and leads many of the marketing and business development efforts of the office. She studied art history at Williams College, and received a M.Arch. from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Prior to joining Utile, she worked with Vincent James Associate Architects, Hashim Sarkis ALUD, and Kao Design Group. She also spent two years as an architecture and design editor for Rizzoli International Publications.
Meera Deean LEED AP
deean [at] utiledesign.com