We believe that an environment should be an expression of the people using it. When designed properly, it is amazing to feel the energy created when people just “feel good” because of their surroundings. We do this by providing full service architecture and interiors design services; and while much of what we do is technical, the majority of it is just listening to the needs of our clients.
Our approach considers the physical, historical and cultural implications of a project while listening to the client’s ideas, budget and aesthetic preferences. We create one of a kind environment that reflects our one of kind clients! Naturally, we utilize the tools of the trade including Needs Assessments & Programming, Master Planning, Design, Construction Documentation, Specification Writing, Construction Administration, as well as Interior Design.
Mark, along with his incredibly talented staff, is intimately involved with the implementation of all projects, working alongside skilled contractors that understand and can execute our designs with exquisite craft and precision. He treats every project with a personal sensitivity as if it were his own.
Masa Studio has become one of the “go-to” firms in Houston that nurtures innovation, attention to detail, and superior customer service. With projects ranging from $100k to $10mm, we build in all established neighborhoods throughout Houston as well as throughout the state. We also provide services for high quality renovations and additions, which can be even more challenging than new construction.
Masa Studio is an enduring advocate in the community, donating time and resources to organizations such as Home Aid, Chabad Outreach, Texas Baptist Children’s Home, Presbyterian’s Children’s Home, Volunteers of America, Annunciation Orthodox School, The Shlenker School, the Holocaust Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Menil Collection, The 100 Club Houston and Beth Israel. We also support our industry and are active in the Rice Design Alliance, the Greater Houston Builders Association, and the American Institute of Architects.