Richard Marshall has worked as an architect and urban designer for 19 years conducting architectural and urban design projects in the Middle East, Australia, the United States, China, as well as other parts Asia. He is the International Strategy Director at Perkins+Will, based in San Francisco.
Richard was Associate Professor and Director of Urban Design Programs at the Harvard Design School. He has lectured and taught around the world and has been an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at the University Technology Sydney and Tongji University, Shanghai.
He has authored three books and numerous articles on urban development, planning, urban design. His books are: Emerging Urbanity – Global Urban Projects in the Asia Pacific Rim (2003), Waterfronts in Post Industrial Cities (2001) and Designing the American City (2003). His latest writing appears in two new publications - Josep Lluis Sert: The Architect Of Urban Design, 1953-1969(2008) by Eric Mumford, Hashim Sarkis and Neyran Turan, and Urban Design (2009) by Alex Krieger and William Saunders.
Specialties:Mixed Use Projects, Waterfront Redevelopment, Urban Design and Masterplanning