Stephen Marshall was born in Glasgow and studied architecture at the University of Strathclyde (B.Sc. First Class) and at Harvard University (Harkness Fellow). After working with Terry Farrell & Partners he formed Munkenbeck+Marshall Architects with Alfred Munkenbeck. In this firm he was lead partner for all the projects listed here (click on a project for pictures and further details).Central to these is a clarity of initial concept supported by careful detailing and selection of materials. Amongst these projects are Gainsborough Studios, Nile Street Residential, Paddington Walk, Bermondsey Square, NEQ and Roche Court Galleries. Many of these projects have received critical acclaim in terms of RIBA or CABE awards.Stephen Marshall (Urbanism) has recently evolved from the former practice and continues to explore high density residential in urban settings, with housing projects in London and Southend. Art projects continue to make up a substantial proportion of work carried out, with the recent completion of a third building at Roche Court and design in progress for a gallery and library north of London. As well as the above, the firm continues to work on private houses - a new challenge with every site and a chance to explore further practical new ways of doing things that look marvellous. Stephen Marshall has been an assessor for the American Institute of Architects awards as well as assessing RIBA awards. This year he was architectural assessor for the Affordable Housing awards and member of the assessing team for the RIBA Manser award. He has taught at various institutions and lectures extensively. In 2004 he was made an associate member of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.