We are thrilled to share that the American Institute of Architects has elevated Mark Hirons to its prestigious College of Fellows – the highest membership honor awarded for professionals for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society.
Achieving fellowship is no small feat (only three percent of the AIA’s 90,000+ members have received the distinction – and only a fraction of those are recognized for their contributions specifically to design, as Mark is). Mark achieved the honor by setting a groundbreaking standard for impeccably crafted interior architecture that enriches lives and creates memorable experiences. So much so that in 2017, Interior Design magazine named Mark its Workplace Designer of the Year.
Mark is recognized internationally for his unique ability to understand and thoughtfully translate organizational needs into meaningful spaces. His work regularly receives awards from the IIDA, AIA and ASID, and publication in design, trade and consumer media outlets ranging from ARCHITECT and Interior Design to Fortune, the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Business Insider and more. Some of Mark’s recent projects include CJ Blossom Park, MilliporeSigma’s Life Sciences Center and Zurich North America’s HQ among others. Beyond designing interior environments, Mark has also designed his own line of corporate furniture, including the Vertex and Avant collections of chairs, sofa and tables for Élan by Decca.
Our team is excited for Mark and proud of his contributions to our firm, industry, clients and the built environment.