Marvin Maune

With more than forty years experience in the architectural profession, Marvin has been the Designer and Project Architect on a wide range of projects for private and public clients. Among these are several projects which have received state and/or Regional AIA awards for design excellence.

As lead designer for MBF Architects, Marvin is responsible for programming, architectural design, cost estimating, and coordination of the design team, on significant projects undertaken by the firm.

Marvin’s professional background includes experience gained working in New York City, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Little Rock, Arkansas, prior to his locating in New Bern, North Carolina in 1986. He has been a firm principal and owner for twenty-two years. In that time he has been responsible for office and commercial, industrial, educational, and both multi and single-family residential projects.

In his role as a principal of MBF Architects, Marvin’s responsibilities include project design, marketing, firm management, communication with clients, contract negotiations, and scheduling of work.

Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1959-1961
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1961-1964, BA, BArch
Alpha Rho Chi Medal Recipient

Professional Credentials/Awards
Registered Architect in North Carolina, 1989; Arkansas, 1969;
NCARB Certified Corporate Member, American Institute of Architects