Mariko Masuoka


“Make no small plans, just make sure they work.”

Mariko Masuoka leads design for large-scale academic, research, and civic projects. Her work in academic placemaking spans the globe, including the Yale-NUS College campus in Singapore. Her academic work focuses on research laboratory facilities, classroom facilities, and campus master planning. Most recently, Mariko and her team completed the new Yale Science Building and Science Hill North Quadrant master plan. She led the design for 76 Trinity Commons in New York, which includes a new community center and office tower. Mariko holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Architecture from Yale University.

Favorite Building: Palazzo Thiene in Vicenza, northern Italy.