Mark English Architects
Founded in 1992, Mark English Architects creates beautiful modern architecture, exploring the power of simple forms and spaces to create a sense of place and fulfill client desire.
Each project is a new exploration of innovation and creativity balanced by common sense and experience. In addition to designing numerous residential and small commercial spaces throughout California, Texas and Mexico, Mark English Architects has a special interest in building in the urban context, with half of our projects located in San Francisco.
Mark English Architects is known for creating unique, thoughtful spaces while providing consistent and committed professional service. The quality of the work has gained both international and local media praise, through numerous awards and book publications.
The Firm is located in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood above the venerable Tosca Cafe on Columbus Avenue, right across from the historic City Lights bookstore.
Visit our design blog, The Architect’s Take, for a different point of view. The Take features thoughtful interviews with contemporary designers to discover why they create the designs they do, the thinking behind their work, and what makes them tick.
How Did an Architect Get Into Title 24?
Mark English started doing the Title 24 documentation for his own projects because, at the time, none of his energy consultants understood the concept of design trade-offs. Since 1997, has been offering Title 24 documentation services to other architects as well.