Materials need to meet structural, thermal, and electromagnetic and transport property requirements simultaneously for various new applications. This presentation provides an overview of multiphysics design of materials with special reference to composites using micromechanics. The unitcell modeling and property prediction methodology are detailed. The elastic modulus, thermal conductivity, diffusion coefficient prediction method and results are reported. A two stage sequentially coupled method is also outlined for accelerated application and material development for metamaterials. Composite processing related micromechanical models to predict permeability is also reported. The material properties related to product and process design aspect of fiber reinforced and cellular composites are highlighted.