Scrap Marshall is an architectural designer and educator based in Los Angeles. He received his Diploma in Architecture from the Architectural Association, London in 2012 where his thesis was a prize winner in the RIBA Presidents Medals. He studied architecture following a career in the music and film industry. As a recording engineer, he worked at the BBC World Service, Lansdowne Studios, and spent a number of years as a staff engineer at Abbeyroad Studios, London working on a variety of film scores, and rock, pop, and classical music projects.
He has worked for a number of firms in both the UK and the US on large-scale residential and infrastructural projects as well as complex single-family residential design in LA. He was a Research Fellow at the School of Architecture & Urban Design at UCLA, where he directed a project looking at the future of ‘House and Home’. He has taught at the AA, UCLA, and the University of Oregon and an invited to critic at Universities both in the US and UK. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the School of Architecture, Woodbury University, where he has taught for eight years and coordinates and teaches design and research studios. His research, installation and curatorial work have been exhibited in Europe, the USA, and Canada. He is the founder and principle of HA+MA (HawkinsMarshall) an architecture & design office based in LA currently working on large-scale residential and commercial projects across the west coast of the US.
Diploma in Architecture, Architectural Association, 2012