The core of our unique design solutions is the vision and experience of our staff.
Mark Connor brings to each engagement a wealth of experience as lead architect on a wide range of commercial and municipal projects. His ability to create inventive solutions to client challenges has been celebrated through numerous awards, including the VSMD Annual Store Design Competition, the AIA Urban Design Award (1990), as well as grants from the Boston Architectural Foundation, the Boston Arts Lottery Council and the City of Boston's Office of Arts and Humanities.
Mark's work has been featured in publication, including House Beautiful, Art New England and Progressive Architecture, which highlighted his work on the Gateway to the Future, Boston 2076 exhibit for Boston's First Night celebration. He has also designed works for other exhibitions, including an installation at Boston City Hall entitled Central Artery Expressed. This broad experience gives Mark a unique perspective, combining an inventive visual language with a solid understanding of programmatic needs and budgetary realities. His personal style is marked by a commitment to client collaboration and a refreshing lack of attitude.
A graduate of Tulane University in Architecture (1985), Mark has served as guest critic at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Roger Williams College, and the Boston Architectural Center.