Adrian Marshall

Adrian MarshallAdrian is a landscape architect investigating the translation of ecological knowledge into built urban form. Recently, through working with the Victorian National Parks Association (VNPA) and in partnership with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, his research has focused on developing design guidelines for the protection of remnant grassland habitat within urban areas, the results of which are published through the VNPA as Start with the grasslands. He is co-editor of the ‘Land of sweeping plains: managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia’. He has taught across numerous subjects at the University of Melbourne’s School of Design and RMIT University’s Landscape Architecture program.

Education

2009 Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction (top of year).

2007 Bachelor of Design with Distinction.

1995 Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing, RMIT University.

Publications

Marshall A., 2015, ‘Designing and planning for native grassland in urban areas’ in Williams N.S.G., Marshall A. & Morgan J. (eds) Land of Sweeping Plains: managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Nicholas S.G. Williams, Adrian Marshall, John W. Morgan, John Delpratt, Paul Gibson-Roy & Nathan Wong 2015, ‘The future of south-eastern Australia’s native temperate grasslands’ in Williams N.S.G., Marshall A. & Morgan J. (eds) Land of Sweeping Plains: managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Williams N.S.G. & Marshall A., 2015, ‘Introduction’ in Williams N.S.G., Marshall A. & Morgan J. (eds) Land of Sweeping Plains: managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Williams N.S.G., Marshall A. & Morgan J.W. (eds.) (2015). Land of sweeping plains: managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Marshall A. (2014) Start with the Grasslands: Design Guidelines to Support Native Grasslands in Urban Areas.

Marshall A. (2012) ‘Clifton Hill Railway Project’, Landscape Architecture Australia 134.

Marshall A. (2011) ‘Street 11 Competition’, Landscape Architecture Australia 132.

Marshall A. (2011) ‘Trainshed Way’, Landscape Architecture Australia 130.

Marshall A. (2011) ‘Urban Realities’, Landscape Architecture Australia 132.

Marshall A. (2008) ‘Shapeshifting, Hypernature and the Park of the Future’, Kerb 16.

Bauer K. & Marshall A. (2007) ‘The Response to Dryness in Australia’, ‘Scape 2-2007.

Awards / Grants

President’s Award 2014, Australian Institute of landscape Architects (Victoria)

Unlandscaped 2011, Honourable mention.

Karres and Brandt Award 2009, shortlisted.

Future Leader, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (Victoria), 2008.

Fiction: 2004UQ Vanguard LiterARTure prize; 1998 SA Premier’s Literary Awards – the Faulding Award for Multimedia; 1997 James Joyce Foundation Suspended Sentence Award; Best Self-Published Book 1992, Australia Council grants (1993, 1995); Arts Victoria grant (1999).

Exhibitions

Urban Livability Collective, 2008.

Urban Design Festival, Federation Square screen, 2008.