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Mark Ejnes AIA

Design Principal
“The next generation of buildings will have to be very adaptable and better accommodate the always changing needs of the people using them.”

Mark is a design principal in HOK’s Los Angeles studio. He brings to each project a commitment to design excellence and a unique creative vision that inspires his colleagues and clients. His design work has influenced landmark buildings and spaces around the world, including high-rises, sports venues, cultural institutions and transit stations. Mark also is a member of the firm’s global design board.

A self-described “design geek,” Mark has designed anything he has been able to get his hands on, including buildings, industrial designs, graphics, jewelry and clothing. He designed a clock with a face viewable from any part of a room, his wife’s wedding ring and even a football uniform. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Mark has played the role of “architect” in commercials.


University of Pennsylvania
Graduate School of Fine Arts

University of Michigan
College of Architecture and Urban Planning
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