Marshall Moya Design is a LSDBE-Certified business, located in Washington, D.C., and a highly regarded architectural, product design, graphic design, urban design and interiors firm focusing on the commercial, institutional and residential markets of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. Marshall Moya Design provides architectural design services for developers, institutional organizations, government agencies, non-profit groups, commercial ventures and private residential clients. The firm produces detailed projects with a keen sensitivity to the existing context and environment. Originally established in 1989 as Michael Marshall Architecture, Marshall Moya Design has provided architectural design services in the Washington Metropolitan area for a diverse range of clients. Some of them include: the United States Department of Agriculture, The Rhythm and Blues Foundation, Sallie Mae, the Washington, D.C. Humanities Council, Tosca Restaurant, VOB/BMW of Rockville, Maryland, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority National Headquarters. The firm has been interviewed and featured locally, nationally, and internationally on television news stations, radio talk shows, newspapers, magazines, alumni publications, and on a variety of websites. The firm's exposure includes media outlets: CNN, World Architecture News, .NET international magazine, and American Urban Radio Network. The firm’s exposure has covered a wide variety of topics including sustainability, unique architectural projects, interior design, website production, graphic design strategies, product design concepts, national awards won, etc. At the highly anticipated annual awards ceremony hosted by the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) in 2011, Marshall Moya Design won two of the five award categories. The National Organization of Minority Architects recognized Marshall Moya Design with the Professional Design Excellence Award for the New Student Center at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) and the Visionary Honor Award for the Mixed Use and Urban Plan for Internally Displaced People (IDP) in Cartagena, Colombia. The firm has also won the NOMA Honor Design Excellence award for the Un-Built and Built category for The Rock Creek Residence. This home is a 20,000 square foot private residence that overlooks Rock Creek Park, designed for the CEO of Black Entertainment Television. Graphic Design USA featured Marshall Moya Design in their November/December 2011 issue of their magazine for the American Graphic Design Awards. The magazine, geared towards creative professionals, showcased Marshall Moya Design in three of their judging categories including: brochures and collateral, corporate branding programs, and internet design.