Mark Davis brings design sophistication and analytical prowess to the most complex technical and programmatic challenges, delivering project solutions that are formally elegant and rigorously performative.

Mark is currently a Project Architect for the new School of Engineering building at Brown University, a project that is utilizing an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) process. With nine years of experience in architecture, his expertise includes visualization, high-performance envelope design, and building-integrated photovoltaics for harvesting solar energy. Mark contributed to the design of technologically sophisticated building envelopes at both Rice University's Brockman Hall for Physics and the new US Embassy in London, where he was part of the winning design competition team. He also worked on the Belles Street Townhomes in San Francisco, a multi-family development in San Francisco's historic Presidio, in addition to contributing to the Multifaith Center and Houghton Memorial Chapel at Wellesley College.  
Prior to joining KieranTimberlake, Mark was a teacher of Digital Drawing at the University of Michigan. He has served on juries at University of Pennsylvania and the University of Michigan, where he was a Saarinen Scholar and co-editor of Dimensions 18, the journal of the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.