Macek Furniture


Mark Maček

Maček Furniture Company

405 Springdale Road

Austin Texas 78702

 tel 512.385.7220



Austin Community College, Building Construction Trades Program.  Austin TX  1991-1992

University of Texas, Bachelor of Architecture with honors.  Austin TX  1990



University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, Specialist instructor. 2006 to present

Maček Furniture Comapny, President.  Austin TX  1995 to present

Louis Fry, Fine Furniture in Wood, Craftsperson.  Austin TX  1992-1995

Edward Cullinan Architects, Student Residency.  London UK  1989

Michael Benedikt & Associates, Intern Architect.  Austin TX  1985-1989

Kinney Kaler Sanders Crews, Office Staff.  Austin TX  1980-1982   



Wheatsville Co-Op Board of Directors.  Austin TX  1991



Guild of Austin Artisans (formerly Architectural Artisans Collaborative),  Austin TX.  Served as Secretary in 2002, Website Committee ongoing, Vice-chairperson in 2006, Chairperson in 2013.



Artisan Honor Award from the Texas Society of Architects.  2013

Austin Chapter AIA Delineation Awards, First Place, Working Drawings for Michael Benedikt & Associates.  1988



            M+D+F, Design Within Reach, Austin TX,  design exhibit, first place 2009, juror 2010, 2011

East Austin Studio  Austin TX2003-2011

2 x 2, Faculty exhibit, Mebane Gallery, School Of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin,March 2010

The Floating Chair contemporary handmade furniture exhibition sponsored by Design Within Reach  Austin TX  2006

International Contemporary Furniture Fair.  New York NY  2005- 2006

Texas Society of Architects Annual Convention, seminar presentation with Lars Stanley FAIA “Contemporary Handmade Detail: the Work of the Architectural Artisans Collaborative,”  San Antonio TX  2005

Nest: Modern Furniture by Modern Texans, 2040 Gallery,  Austin TX 2004

Secret Furniture, a multi-disciplinary exhibition at Gallery Lombardi and Design Center, co-curator with Rachel Koper and Mike Stewart. and  Austin TX  2003

Circa Invitational Exhibition, curator: Samantha Randall.  Austin TX  1998






Construction of 15 foot long, slab walnut dining table with steel legs for the architects’ office.  Austin TX  2011

W Hotel

Gaboon ebony bar top for Trace restaurant, construction and installation, designed in collaboration with Andersson Wise Architects.  Austin TX  2010

Sales Center reception desk of walnut lumber and veneer, steel, and acrylic, co-design by Andersson Wise Architects.  Austin TX  2007

McKinney York Architects

Construction of 14 foot long conference table with stainless steel legs for the architects’ office.  Austin TX  2009

AMLI Residences

Construction of bamboo plywood furniture for leasing offices in co-ordination with Page Sutherland Page.  Included three leasing agent desks, conference table, credenza, and guest work stations.  Austin TX  2007

Page Southerland Page

Fabrication of reception desk and four conference tables for architects’ new offices.  Materials included bamboo plywood, laminate, glass, steel, and plaster.  Austin TX  2005

Marla Henderson Design

Co-design and construction of production furniture: porch swing of bent-laminated white oak and chest of drawers in walnut.  Austin TX  2005

Whole Foods Market

Design and construction of eight barstools for the sushi counter of the Columbus Circle Whole Foods, in co-ordination with architect Craig Grund.  The barstools were made of parallel stand lumber and veneered with nori, toasted seaweed.  New York NY  2003

Cotera Kolar Negrete Reed

Exhibition display for Austin City Hall design development, installed in downtown storefront for public visibility and comments regarding the project.  Austin TX  2001

Action Figure, creative agency

Desks and storage fixtures of parallel strand lumber, steel, and polycarbonate plastic.  Austin TX  2000

Brink Design International

Product design development.  Products included tables, lighting, picture frames, and stereo fixtures, in materials such as cast resin and cast aluminum.  Austin TX  1999-2000

Hatch Partnership

Conference table of maple and zinc for architect’s meeting room.  Austin TX  1998

Dell Computer Corporation

                        Design and construction of bird’s eye maple display box given at the annual meeting to guest speaker, former President George H. W. Bush.  Austin TX  1998

Andersson/Wise Architects

Construction of architect’s office furniture including white oak reception counter and conference table.  1997

Wheatsville Food Co-operative

Space planning of high-traffic grocery store interior.  Design, construction, and installation of display fixtures including check-out stands, deli service counter, and produce dry table, including accommodations for electrical, data, and refrigeration systems.  Austin TX  1995-1997

Reorganization of exterior entry ways and outdoor sitting area.  Design and supervision of arched sunscreen, handicap-accessible ramps, handrails, and tile floor.  Austin TX  1990



Temple Beth Shalom

Construction of ark, torah table and lectern designed by Andersson Wise Architects.  Materials included walnut, alabaster, and bronze.  Austin TX  2004



Greater Texas Foundation

Fabrication of 19 foot long conference table, lectern, and end tables with adjustable height tops for Board Room, walnut and reclaimed longleaf pine, according to designs by Wendy Dunnam Tita AIA.  Bryan TX  2011

Susannah Dickinson Hannig Museum

Design and construction of period-specific furniture in Texas pecan wood, in co-ordination with Alterstudio Architects.  Includes display cabinets, book shelves, conference tables, chairs, and lighting.  Austin TX  2009

Undergraduate Studies Program, University of Texas at Austin

Co-ordination with Dean Paul Woodruff and UT staff in renovation of six new Seminar Rooms in the Life Sciences Library in the Main Building.  Design and construction of six conference tables, 14 feet long by 8 feet wide, of ash, walnut, and spalted maple.  Austin TX  2008

Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University

Co-design and construction of docent station, signage kiosk, and museum benches with Andersson Wise Architects. Materials include ash lumber, plate steel, and bronze.  Manhattan KS  2008

Fleck Hall, St. Edward’s University

Construction of benches and credenzas made of walnut and stainless steel, designed by Wendy Dunnam Tita AIA.  Austin TX 2007

Plan II Honors Program, University of Texas at Austin

Design and construction of 14 foot long conference table in pecan and wenge for the Joynes Seminar Room.  Austin TX  2005

Washington State History Museum

Co-ordination and construction of lobby bench designed by Andersson Wise Architects.  Materials include maple lumber, ¾” thick aluminum plate, leather, and neoprene rubber.  Tacoma WA  1996




            Construction of claro walnut console table for McVey residence.  Austin TX 2010           

         Andersson/Wise Architects

Design and construction of nine benches of walnut, site-harvested mesquite and steel for Buddy and Ellen Temple Ranch.  George West TX  2008

Construction of custom mahogany dining table and bar stools for Harry and Merce Whittington. Austin TX  2004

Construction and installation of ten-foot tall, arched-top, white oak entry doors and curved jamb for the Ford and Lindsay Smith House.  Austin TX  2000

Architectural millwork and built-ins for Keland Residence, including 12 foot long cherry dining table on concrete legs and gold-leaf veneered entertainment center.  Carmel CA 1997

Miró Rivera Architects

Construction of custom porch swings for private residence, built of plantation-grown teak and stainless steel.  Houston TX  2008

Kevin Alter

Co-design and construction of three bedroom dressers of Bolivian rosewood, stainless steel, and Bianco Gioia marble.  Austin TX  2008

Divit Tripathi Builder

Co-design and construction of cherry wood stair treads, custom shelves, countertops, and media center in co-ordination with Ryan Street Associates.  Austin TX  2007-2008

Robert F. Smith AIA

Construction and installation of dining room wall panels of white oak and mirror, in co-ordination with Dutch artist Maarten Baas.  Austin TX  2007

Design and construction of custom media center and credenza in the manner of Carlo Scarpa, built of French walnut and brass.  Austin TX  2006

Molly Kemp

Design, fabrication, and installation of custom cabinets for pre-fabricated Wee House by Alchemy Architects, Minneapolis MN.  Materials were Texas black walnut, longleaf pine, and white enamel maple.  Marfa TX  2007

Design and construction of built-in stereo cabinet of maple and olive ash burl, and bedroom mantle and cabinets with three dimensional Moorish patterns.  Austin TX  2006

Furman Keil Architets

Construction of mahogany and copper entry door for Jones residence.  Austin TX  2006

Governor Ann Richards

Construction of bookcase for home office.  Austin TX  2006

Kati Hernandez Cowles

Collaborative design of eleven foot long dining table for house by Heather McKinney Architects.  The table included custom chrome grommets and silver-dusted varnish.  Austin TX  2005

Randy Swearer

Parsons table with three-way mitered joints, of ebony, mahogany and anigre.  Austin TX  2005

Bill Stapleton

Wenge and stainless steel office credenza.  Austin TX  2005

Suite of dining room furniture in makore wood with curved end panels and hidden lighting.  Austin TX  2001

Lawrence Speck FAIA

Collaborative design and construction of kitchen cabinets and dining table for new residence at Austin City Lofts.  The project included 600 MDF panels in eight colors and bamboo plywood countertops.  Austin TX  2004

Donna Snyder and Bill Donahue

Entry table for new house by Miro Rivera Architects.  The table included plate steel top, stainless steel legs, and cypress wood stack laminations cut in three dimensional sine wave shapes.  Austin TX  2004

Michael and Amelie Benedikt

Construction of madrone burl and Karelian burl media center according to Michael’s designs.  Austin TX  2003

Abode, Fern Santini, Interior Designer

Design, construction, and installation of interior millwork and furniture for William and Bettye Nowlin House, by Paul Lamb Architects.  Project included mahogany and onyx pilasters with incorporated lighting, library console tables in granadillo wood with carved decoration.  Austin TX  2001-2002

Design and construction of macassar ebony partner desk for Kira Stadele, including stainless steel and cast fiberglass components developed with other fabricators.  Austin TX 1999

Don Crowell, Inc.

Construction and installation of home office in walnut and zebrawood, designed by Miro Rivera Architects.  Twelve-foot long desk incorporated steel internal structure and discreet computer wire management.  Austin TX  2002

Escobedo Construction

Construction of custom door and jamb for the William and Bettye Nowlin House.  The door, design by Paul Lamb Architects, was veneered in cocobolo and ebony in a herring-bone pattern.  Austin TX  2002