Markanthony C. Verzosa (macv)
Mark received a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the College of Architecture at Auburn University. As an Architect, he has worked with the Hnedak-Bobo Group in Memphis, Next Architects in Knoxville, Platt, Byard & Dovell Architects in New York, and Van Campen Architects in New York. As a Construction Manager and on-site Architect, he has worked for Reinhardt & O'Brien Contracting and for "The Houses at Sagaponac."
He has taught and consulted for universities, community development corporations and not-for-profit organizations in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and New York. His determination has allowed recreation, education and occupation to concurrently exist in the design profession. Because of these motives, he has supervised educational directives such as the Design Directions program with the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum that was critically acclaimed in The New York Times.
Mark has been published in The New York Times, Metropolis, and Rum for both private and educational work as well as Architectural Record, Architecture, Casabella, GA and Abitare for professional work.