Maryjane King, founder and principal of Atelier MjK, is a licensed architect who spent the past decade as a designer and project manager on cutting-edge large-scale institutional and residential buildings in Europe and the United States. She previously worked at Behnisch Architeken in Stuttgart, Germany and Boston, where she led multiple aspects of the design and coordination of the new University of Baltimore (UB) Law Center. During construction of the project she represented UB and oversaw the design, procurement, and installation of additional design work.

Maryjane holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor’s of Architecture from Pratt Institute. At Yale her capstone project was a finalist for the prestigious Feldman Award and was highlighted in Retrospecta. In 2005 Pratt awarded her the American Institute of Architects’ Henry Adams Medal, the highest honor for a graduate of an accredited architecture program.

Maryjane has also worked as a designer at Pelli Clarke Pelli in New Haven and Gans & Jelacic in New York. She is a member of NCARB, AIA, CREW, and ULI and is licensed in Maryland, Virginia, and DC. In addition, she teaches Sustainability and LEED at George Washington University.

Inside the New Building: Bright, Bold, Invigorating. The BuildUp. September 2012

Retrospecta 07-08. 2008

Fight to Save Offices Not Over. ADC 360. September 2006