At Mascari Warner Architects, we understand that for a business to truly be innovative and responsive to the clients’ needs, there must be a shift from simply producing a service to creating an environment, evoking a feeling, and inspiring those who interact with it. From healthcare to commercial, offices to residential, we beautifully combine function with form from the inside out.
Recently completed Mascari Warner Architects’ (formerly Childs Mascari Warner Architects) project, Rady Children’s Hospital Autism Clinic and Child Care Center celebrated its grand opening with an open house on January 13, 2011, with over 70 donors
Mascari Warner Architects (formerly Childs Mascari Warner Architects) was ranked in California Construction Magazine’s Top Design Firms 2010. This year, our firm ranked #70 of 100, up from a ranking of 74 in 2009 - view
Mascari Warner Architects (formerly Childs Mascari Warner Architects) is pleased to announce our “Best in Show” win at this year’s IIDA Fashion Show in San Diego. The Southern California Chapter of the International Interior Design Association
World Architecture News, May 6, 2009, Entry: WAN Awards 2009 - Healthcare
The new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Suite at Hillcrest Medical Center provides solutions to common patient complaints of anxiety, claustrophobia and noise, as well as
Tuesday, January 27, 2009, San Diego Daily Transcript
LNR Property Corporation's Commercial Property Group announced that five new tenant leases have been signed in its Bressi Village Shopping Center for a combined lease consideration of $4.06 million
By Monica Unhold
The Daily Transcript, Friday, October 10, 2008
In hopes of building a more efficient approach to managing construction projects, San Diego architects, builders, contractors and designers are coming together to form the Lean Construction Institute
San Diego Daily Transcript, Wednesday, Sept 18, 2008
In recent health care trends, convenience is at the forefront of consumer demands. Long lines and scheduling often make doctor visits a hassle for common health care needs.
San Diego Daily Transcript, Architecture and Design, Thursday, September 11, 2008
Mixed-use development has reached a new level of evolution. In the past, traditional hospital campuses have never been a place where people particularly want to be.