Mark D. Stumer

Mark D. Stumer is one of the founding principals at Mojo Stumer Associates Architects.  He has practiced architecture as a principal for over 30 years.  Before the formation of Mojo Stumer Associates Architects, he worked for a New York City architectural firm where he was lead designer on many award-winning projects.

His expertise in architectural design, interiors and project management has enabled Mojo Stumer Associates Architects to develop into the organization it is today.

Mr. Stumer sees architecture as an entire design process where the architectural design does not end with a building form, but must include the function and aesthetics of the interiors for the project to be complete.

His responsibility at Mojo Stumer Associates Architects, besides his architectural projects, leans towards design development and interior design, along with the responsibilities of marketing, public relations and firm management, which he shares with co-founder Thomas Mojo.

He was instrumental in starting the Interiors Department at Mojo Stumer Associates Architects 22 years ago and takes an active role in its design direction, daily management and overall growth.

  • Mr. Stumer graduated Pratt Institute in 1974 with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.  He became a Registered Architect in 1979; he is also a member of:
  • American Institute of Architects, National Association
  • American Institute of Architects, New York/Long Island Chapter
  • New York State Society of Registered Architects
  • Architectural League of New York

He is a member in good standing with the National Council of Architectural Registrations Boards (NCARB) and is registered in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

Mr. Stumer presently sits on the board of the Architectural Landmarks Commission for Kings Point, New York, and serves as a board member of the Great Neck Arts Center.  He was a Trustee for 9 years and head of the Building Committee at Temple Beth El of Great Neck, one of the largest Reform Congregations in the country, and was a board member of Engineers Country Club for over 6 years.

In 2005 Mr. Stumer was very proud to be appointed to the Board of Trustees of Pratt Institute, one of the nation’s leading Architectural Schools and his alma mater.