Mark Warner, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Design Principal


Mark creates sustainable designs that are durable yet graceful within contextually sensitive environments. The sustainable aesthetic of his design solutions brings each institution’s unique aspirations to life, consistently exceeding client expectations. Mark has been recognized by the New York State Eastern Chapter of the AIA, which awarded its highest honor to his achievements for projects with the University of Michigan and the National Parks Service. His designs demonstrate a passion for harmoniously uniting materials and craftsmanship within architectural solutions that are both physically enduring and artfully delicate.


Higher Education Designers Sara Stein and Mark Warner share insights from their experience in modernizing Wannamaker Hall at Duke University in a Q&A with Talking Stick Magazine.

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Students today live a 24/7 lifestyle, so residential life and campus dining teams are adapting to improve student services, wellness, and opportunities for community engagement. An increasing number of campuses are integrating food into the residence hall – not only in apartments and suite-style units, but also as focused community spaces that serve residents in a variety of ways. Vibrant social spaces with soft seating, flexible furniture, and a kitchen or food-prep area are popular with good reason: food has always served a cultural function – at the center of social occasions and even unifying regions. In a residence hall, integrating community kitchens and/or a food-service function can highlight the importance that food plays in wellness, education and culture. A kitchen can support residential life programming, enable students to share their culinary heritage, and logistically complement somewhat limited weekend or late-night food service elsewhere on campus. Our recent projects with Trinity College, Duke University, and Pace University integrate food service in varying ways to enhance residential life programs and enrich the student experience. More