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MARK WARREN, AIA


curriculum vitae
 

EDUCATION

2015-18: University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design

     M.Arch, three-year program.

     Thesis: "Garage City: Evicting the Automobile".

     Advisers: Neyran Turan and Renee Chow.

2013-14: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona

     Fulbright graduate researcher, Departament d'Urbanisme i Ordenació del Territori.

     Adviser: Joaquim Sabaté Bel.

2009-13: Harvard University

     A.B., magna cum laude with Highest Honors in the Field of History of Art and Architecture.

     Language citation: Catalan.

     Thesis: "From the Cell to the City: The Early Housing Designs and Urbanism of Ricardo Bofill and the Taller de Arquitectura, 1960-1975".

     Adviser: Neil Levine.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS

     Architect, California

     NCARB certification

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

     AIA San Francisco, member

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Office of Charles F. Bloszies, FAIA

     since 2022: Associate, project manager

     2020-22: Designer, project manager

     2018-20: Junior Designer, draftsperson

University of California, Berkeley

     2020: Lecturer

     2017-18: Graduate Student Researcher

     2017: Graduate Student Instructor

William Stout Architectural Books

     2016-17: Assistant

AWARDS

Metropolis magazine "Arch30" San Francisco, 2023

Malcolm Reynolds Family Memorial Fellowship, awarded by UC Berkeley and East Bay AIA (2015-16)

Fulbright Scholarship, Spain (2013-14)

Phi Beta Kappa (2013)

Thomas T. Hoopes Prize, awarded for undergraduate thesis (2013)

Matthew Abramson Traveling Fellowship, awarded by Harvard Department of History of Art and Architecture (2012)

Harvard College Scholarship (2010-11)

John Harvard Scholarship (2009-10)

Detur Book Prize (2009-10)

PUBLICATIONS

Author:

With Melisa Pesoa and Joaquim Sabaté, "Preservation through transformation: Amsterdam through the lens of Barcelona," in Amsterdam's Canal District: Origins, Evolution, and Future Prospects, ed. Jan Nijman (University of Toronto Press, 2020).

With Andrew M. Shanken et al., "Remember This! A Memory Manifesto, for Architects", in Room One Thousand: Berkeley Architectural Journal, issue 5 (Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Department of Architecture, 2017).

With Ryan Conroy and Jonah Merris, project for LACMA expansion, in University of California, Berkeley Graduate Student Work 2016 (Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Department of Architecture, 2017).

With Joaquim Sabaté, "Cultural Landscapes: Heritage Preservation as a Foundation for Sustainable Regional Planning", in Perceptions of Sustainability in Heritage Studies, ed. Marie-Theres Albert (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015).

With Joaquim Sabaté, "Transforming Catalonia's Industrial Colonies", in Industrie Archäologie 15: Industrial and Mining Landscapes within World Heritage Context, ed. Helmuth Albrecht and Andrea Riedel (Freiberg: Sächsisches Industriemuseum and TU Bergakademie Freiberg, 2014).

Let's Go travel guides, 2012 series (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Student Agencies, 2012): researcher-writer, Barcelona.

Let's Go travel guides, 2011 series (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Student Agencies, 2011): researcher-writer, Spain and Portugal.

Editor:

Room One Thousand: Berkeley Architectural Journal, issue 5 (Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Department of Architecture, 2017).

"Landscape / Architecture", catalog (San Francisco: William Stout, 2016).

"Various Stout Books", catalog (San Francisco: William Stout, 2016).

Let's Go travel guides, 2013 series (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Student Agencies, 2013): managing editor.

Perspective (Harvard undergraduate monthly journal), 2010-11 (Cambridge, Mass.): managing editor (2010), president (2011).

LANGUAGES

Fluency: English, Spanish, Catalan

Conversational proficiency: Italian

Reading knowledge: French, Portuguese

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