Mark’s over 25 years of transdisciplinary experience, which spans mixed-use, residential, commercial, education and urban design, empowers our design teams to deliver human-centred and wellness-driven communities that enrich the places people call home.
Mark’s strength lies in weaving together complex concepts to create a new tapestry for daily life that is enriching and regenerative. He constructively challenges convention to design infrastructure that impacts context and community and deliver city-shaping narratives that can solve complex ecological, cultural, societal and economic challenges.
An evolving design paradigm, Mark is committed to transforming the urban landscape and innovating across disciplines to create smarter cities that are hyper-connected, community-driven and future-proof.
Mark’s projects have received numerous design awards and industry recognition, including the Australian Institute of Architects Jorn Utzon Award for International Architecture for the new Australian Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand; AIA National Award for Education Architecture for MLC School Senior Centre; AIA NSW Conservation and Adaptive Reuse Award for Sherman Studio; and Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s Best Tall Building under 100 Meters Award for Emblem Apartment.