Maeryta Medrano, AIA Architect and LEED® AP, founded Gyroscope, Inc. in 1989. As Principal Designer and President, she has been responsible for museum planning and design for projects as diverse as new creative learning centers to contemporary art installations.
Maeryta received her Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia. Her graduate work in architecture from UC Berkeley was awarded the prestigious John K. Branner Traveling Fellowship Award which provided for a year of travel abroad to study the relationship of new museum architecture and exhibition design.
Maeryta is principal in charge of design, integrating site, building and exhibition program. Clients during Gyroscope's formative years were the Boston Museum of Science, the Smithsonian
Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, and the Exploratorium. Before founding Gyroscope, Maeryta was Exhibit Designer and Traveling Exhibitions Coordinator at Boston's Museum of Science.