Marshall BrownDirector, Program of Landscape Architecture
- Master of Architecture in Urban Design, Harvard University
- M.Arch., Harvard University
- B.A. Architecture, Washington University
ARCH 520: Principles of Urban Planning and Design
ARCH 545: Community Based Building Project
ARCH 597: Special Problems
Research & Major Accomplishments
- Saarinen Fellow of Architecture, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 2010-2011
- MacDowell Colony Fellow, 2010
- ACSA New Faculty Teaching Award, 2010
- Alumni Award for Distinction in Architecture from the Sam Fox School Of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. 2010
- Boston Society of Architects Rotch Traveling Studio Grant, 2009
- Ronald M. Druker Traveling Fellowship, Harvard University, 2000
"The Ecological Evolution of the Atlantic Yards." New Directions in Sustainable Design. Ed. Adrian Parr and Michael Zaretsky. New York: Routledge, 2010.
“Not Good, but Well Behaved: Notes on an Urban Insurgency” Block by Block: Jane Jacobs and the Future of New York, Ed. Timothy Mennel et al., New York: Municipal Arts Society and Princeton Architectural Press, 2007.
“Designers Develop Alternatives to Gehry’s Brooklyn Plans,” in Architectural Record, July, 2004.
“There is no Such Thing as Community...or Planning: Six Notes on a Mythological Urbanism” The Value of Design, Ed. Phoebe Crisman and Mark Gillem. ACSA, 2009.“For_Getting Drawing: Toward an Architectural Pedagogy for Digital Media” in Changing Trends in Architectural Design Education, Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region Conference Proceedings, Jamal Al-Qawasmi and Guillermo Vasquez de Velasco, eds. Rabat, 2006.