Michael Meghoo


MJM Design Studio is a leading Western Caribbean architectural firm based in the Cayman Islands, founded in 2001 by Michael & Joelle Meghoo.

MJM Design Studio has successfully provided architectural and development consulting services to the residential and commercial market. Michael & Joelle received Bachelor of Architecture degrees from the University of Miami in 1994 and have since practiced in professional capacities in both public and private sector firms.

Michael Meghoo

Michael’s professional career commenced as a Graduate Architect for the Cayman Islands Government, Public Works Department in May 1994 after receiving a Bachelor of Architecture professional degree from the University of Miami. As a civil servant, architectural design services were provided for capital project including the Truman Bodden Sport complex, sport facilities master plans for the eastern districts and the design for the Department of Agriculture offices in Lower Valley. Following employment with PWD, Michael was employed with The Burns Conolly Group Ltd and OBM International, each for two years before entering into private practice.

Michael is currently the Principal of MJM Design Studio, an architecture firm which was formed in 2001. Areas of practice include residential and commercial new construction architectural and interior design.

Notable commercial clients include The Watercolours Limited, Intertrust Cayman Limited, Burger Holdings Limited (Burger King), Azzip Ltd (Pizza Hut), Bayou Holding Ltd (Popeyes), The Black Trumpet Gourmet Delicatessen and Cotton Tree Cottages. Michael’s practice also provides professional services to individuals providing architectural, interior design and contract management services of private residences and planned area development design.

Michael has served as a member of the Development Plan Appeals Tribunal as well as a member of the National Trust Historic Advisory Committee. Michael’s interests include urban design with concentration in New Urbanism.

Michael became Caymanian by grant of Caymanian Status in 1987 and has resided in the Cayman Islands since 1974. Michael currently resides in South Sound, Grand Cayman with his wife Joelle and two children.