Assistant Professor of Urban Design, Design Strategies
Victoria Marshall is an Assistant Professor of Urban Design at Parsons The New School for Design at the New School, New York. She is an India China Institute Fellow 2010-2012 and in 2010 launched the BS Urban Design Program, the first undergraduate urban design program in an art and design school in the nation. Her scholarly focus linking urban design, drawing and urban ecology is present in her teaching as well as TILL, a Newark based landscape architecture and urban design practice which she founded in 2002. Marshall received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of New South Wales and Masters of Landscape Architecture with a Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught at that school as well as Columbia University, Harvard University, Pratt Institute and the University of Toronto. Examples of her recent writing are in the following books, “Resilience in Ecology and Urban Design: Linking Theory and Practice for Sustainable Cities,” and “Urban Design Ecologies Reader.”
Victoria Marshall, “Street Life,” in Art in Odd Places: Ritual, ed. Juliana Driever (Art in Odd Places: New York, 2013).
Victoria Marshall, “Self-Centered Ecosystem Services,” Corridors No1. Solitude, ed. Michael Lee (Studio Bibliothèque: Berlin, 2013).
Victoria Marshall, “Aesthetic Resilience,” in Resilience in Urban Ecology And Design: Linking Theory And Practice For Sustainable Cities, eds. S. T.A Pickett, M.L. Cadenasso, Brian McGrath (Future Cities Springer: Dordrecht, 2013).
Sharon Haar and Victoria Marshall, “Mega Urban Ecologies,” in Urban Design Ecologies Reader, ed. Brian McGrath (Wiley: London, 2013).
architecture,drawing,landscape design,urban design,urban ecologies