Mazria Inc. was established in 1978 as Mazria Associates, Inc. Since its inception, our office has operated like a small design studio where innovation, experimentation and research is encouraged . Our expertise in building and site ecology and its design principles, technologies and applications is the result of this approach to architectural design. We are internationally recognized as a leader in the field of environmental design and daylighting in architecture. Our office is unique in that we apply these principles to all of our projects.
Mazria, E. 1978. A design and sizing procedure for direct gain,
thermal storage wall, attached greenhouse and roof pond systems.
Proceedings of the Second National Passive Solar Conference,
Philadelphia, 1978. Washington D.C.; U.S. Energy Research and Development
Mazria, E. 1979. The Passive Solar Energy Book, Emmaus, Pennsylvania:
Rush, R. 1981. Sandia Sanity, Progressive Architecture, April
1981, pp. 134-137.
Mazria, E. 1982. Goodbye to the Universal Passive House, Solar
Age, June 1982, cover
and pp. 16-17.
Fisher, T. 1983. Post-industrial Architecture, Progressive Architecture,
Mazria, E., Kodama, Y. 1983. The Search for Another Architectural
Vocabulary, Kenchiku Bunka, April 1983, pp. 74-75.
Editor. 1989. On the Cover, Sunworld, November, 1989, vol.
13, No. 4, cover
and p. 127.
Mazria, E. 1991. Sacred by Design, Progressive Architecture,
March 1991, pp. 74-75.
Mazria, E. 1991. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Process:
Architecture, September 1991, No. 98, pp.148-149.
Klenkenborg, T. 1998. New Mexico's Sol y Sombra: A Unique Gathering
of Buildings, Plants and Ideas, Architectural Digest, June
1998, pp. 96-106.
Mazria, E., and Riskin, M. 1999. Architectural Design: Nature's
Way. Public Garden, January 1999, vol. 14, No. 1, pp .43-56.
Riskin, M. 1999. New Mexico's Historic Places, Santa Fe,
Ocean Tree Book.
Berkovitch, Ellen. 2000. Santa Fe's neomodern look: New architecture
alters the cityscape. Pasatiempo, March 2000, pp .36-39.