Mariko Reed is an architectural photographer living in San Francisco, California and Honolulu, Hawaii. Mariko photographs interiors and exteriors for editorial and commercial clients. Mariko was born in Hawaii and raised with a combination of Japanese sensitivity and American ingenuity.

The daughter of a general contractor and a fashion executive, Mariko is at home on a job site or beside a runway, bringing a unique sensibility to her photographs. While attending photography school, she discovered her quiet patience was the perfect match for architectural photography. Mariko's work focuses on capturing images with respect to the natural light and feeling of a space.

With a Spectacular Glass Wall, the Dwell House Folds Open to Nature
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A Prefab Tiny Home Takes Root in a Northern California Vineyard
Built in six months and delivered in a day, the Dwell House provides an extended family with space to thrive.
Before & After: A Classic Midcentury by Albert Frey Gets a Reverent Renovation
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Samin Nosrat’s Kitchen Is a Small and Efficient Dream
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