Mark Mulligan is Associate Professor in Practice of Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts and has completed projects in the Boston area, Hawaii, Costa Rica, and Japan; before establishing his own practice, Mark worked as project architect for Fumihiko Maki. In his research, Mark explores the relationship between constructive detail and meaning in architecture; he has published numerous essays about contemporary Japanese architecture and edited a book of Maki’s essays, Nurturing Dreams: Collected Essays on Architecture and the City.
He received his B.A. from Yale University and his Master of Architecture, with distinction, from the GSD.