Much like the disciplined and multifaceted art form we strive to perfect, the KMF team represents the ultimate balance between architectural creativity and function.

The pairing of energy and experience is evident in every venture we undertake, merging seamlessly with your project’s natural momentum to achieve an immersive harmony of design, utility and reliability. We are proud to feature a diverse array of talent and experience, offering our clients a personal touch unmatched in the industry. KMF brings a passionate hands-on approach to every endeavor from the first sparks of inspiration to the full realization of a project.

Joseph H. Morgan, AIA

Even as an 8th grader, Joe knew he wanted to be an architect.  Becoming an architect and ultimately Senior Principal of the firm has taken Joe through a diverse journey that includes civil and structural engineering, cost estimating, construction management, technical design architecture, specification writing and project management. His experience spans from boots-in-the-mud to the highest levels in corporate board rooms.  According to Joe, “Every project has hurdles and problems to overcome.”  Joe finds joy in problem solving and mentoring students in the profession by using his broad base of experience. In his family life, Joe has a big heart, opening his house to foster kids exiting out of the system and using his life skills to teach them about independent living and adulthood.  Joe is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati.  He is a former Board Member of the Orange County Development Advisory Board and currently serves on the National Selective Service System Board.  Joe also plays the timpani and is an active member of his church.

Eric Oskar Kleinsteuber, AIA
Vice President

Eric is the Design Director and Architect of Record for KMF. A graduate of the School of Architecture at the University of Florida, Eric has an award winning and diverse portfolio. Approaching each project as a unique opportunity to combine design and practicality for our diverse client set, Eric explores materiality and spatial relationships in all projects regardless of scope while retaining budget friendly and sustainable solutions. Eric is a national award-winner who is active in his local community both professionally and personally.  Professionally, he is the past Chairman of the Orange County Building Code Board of Adjustments and Appeals, sits on the board of the Nils M. Schweizer Fellows and is the past President of the Society of American Registered Architects Florida Council.  Personally, he is active in his local Little League, the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida , and is also a Youth Faith Leader at his church.  Eric is also a contemporary artist with his work being shown throughout Florida.