Marshall Brown is is associate professor of architecture and director of the Urban Imagination Center at Princeton University, and principal of Marshall Brown Projects, Inc.
Brown previously taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he directed the Driverless City Project. He received his B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis and Master’s degrees in both architecture and urban design from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, where he won the Druker Fellowship for urban design.
Brown has been awarded a Graham Foundation grant and a MacDowell Fellowship, and was selected for the U.S. Pavilion Exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale. His works have been collected by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography. He has also exhibited at the Arts Club of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles, and Chicago Architecture Biennial. His projects and essays have been published in Architectural Record, the New York Times Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Log, Metropolis, Crain’s, Architect Magazine, Art Papers, and other publications.