Stephanie grew up on the South Side of Chicago, not far from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House. While a student at the University of Chicago Laboratory School she developed a passion for fine arts and architecture. At Princeton University, she began her studies in the department of engineering before majoring in architecture, where she graduated magna cum laude.
In addition to her studies in design, Stephanie focused on modern architectural theory and published a paper on the historic origins of modern architectural form. She continued her studies at Harvard University, completing her Masters in Architecture in 1993.
A keen traveller, Stephanie has studied in Paris, lived in Berlin, and travelled in Europe, Israel and India. Stephanie has taught at the Boston Architectural College, where she also served on the Thesis Committee. She has also been a guest critic at Harvard University.
While at CBT, she helped spearhead the office’s transition to Revit and its adoption and use of energy analysis software.
Stephanie is a LEED accredited professional and a member of NCARB. She is licensed in Massachusetts.
Growing up in college towns, Mark has wanted to be an architect since he was in the seventh grade. At Princeton University, Mark competed in varsity track while earning his degree summa cum laude in Architecture. Mark continued on to Harvard University, where he completed his Masters in Architecture in 1992. While a student, he illustrated two books on the modernist Swiss bridge designer, Robert Maillart.
Interested in the convergence of science and architecture, Mark began his career at Payette Associates, later becoming a founding partner at Wilson Architects. At the age of 40, he joined Tsoi/Kobus & Associates as Principal/Vice President and leader of the Science and Technology practice.
Mark has published extensively on the architecture of science, in such publications as Tradeline, Labs for the 21st Century and Lab Design. He has conducted workshops and spoken at conferences throughout the country on topics related to laboratory design and sustainable design practices. He has also taught at the Boston Architectural College, and has served as a thesis advisor.
Mark is a LEED accredited and licensed architect.