Masayuki Sono is a co-founding partner of Clouds Architecture Office based in New York. He holds Masters Degrees from University of Washington and Kobe University. Masa has worked on diverse projects ranging from urban scale cultural complexes to public arts.
He has taught at Pratt Institute and lectured at University of Tokyo. His recent awards include first place in NASA’s Mars Habitat Challenge, and consecutive AIA Honor awards for built projects in New York City. Masa’s explorations focus on design of experiential qualities of built environment and research-based concepts that test architectural inhabitation of the outer space.