Ann Marshall, AIA, LEED AP, was educated at Auburn University (B.A. Interior Design) and the Harvard Graduate School of Design (M. Arch I). Professor Marshall, principal of her own architectural firm and co-founder of the exhibition design firm Design Division Inc., is a registered architect in Massachusetts with extensive experience in both architecture and exhibition design.
With a wide variety of work specializing in these fields of design, she brings a highly trained human centered focus to her teaching. In addition to many residential, educational, and commercial projects– including one of the first LEED Platinum office buildings in Massachusetts – Marshall’s work includes the design of a traveling exhibit on “Machu Picchu: Mystery of the Incas” for Yale University, including a final reconfigured design and installation of that exhibit to repatriate the artifacts back to Cusco, Peru, and the design of exhibits and interior architecture for both the Catawba Nation’s 7-Feathers Museum in Rock Hill, SC and the recently completed Choctaw Cultural Center in Durant, OK.
Professor Marshall's work has been published and exhibited in numerous publications and exhibits.
Awards and Accolades
- Western Mass AIA Award of Merit – NEPR Headquarters, Springfield, MA
- Western Mass AIA Award of Merit – Hawks Meadow, Hadley, MA
- National Endowment for the Arts Award – Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY
- Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY, Federal Competition, First Place
- Friends of the Upper East Side Award - Clark Residence Alteration, Manhattan, NY, NY
Courses Recently Taught
- ARCH 300 - Design I
- ARCH 301 - Design II
- ARCH H301 - Design II Honor's Colloquium
- ARCH 400 - Design III
- ARCH 401 - Design IV