Senior Associate, AIA
Stewart Marshall holds a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was also awarded the Dales Traveling Fellowship. Stewart is involved in the firm’s museum design practice as well as in adaptive reuse projects and residential design. He has worked on an adaptive reuse collections storage project for the National Museum of Health and Medicine and a full collection storage assessment and storage master plan for the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. Prior to joining the firm, Stewart was involved in a broad range of institutional projects, though his primary focus has been residential architecture – from the renovation of traditional homes in Boston’s suburbs to freestanding modern houses in coastal Maine and Maryland.
M.Arch., University of Pennsylvania
B.S., Architecture, Clemson University
Walpole Fire Station
Houston Museum of Fine Art Storage