Marshall Brown’s projects cross disciplines, as design, art,  building, writing, speaking, and exhbition. Select from the headings above.



Brown, Marshall, “How to Build a Collage,” K. Michael Hays and Andrew Holder, eds., Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2022).

Brown, Marshall. “Creative Miscegenation in Architecture, A Theorem.” Authorship: Discourse, a Series on Architecture, edited by Monica Ponce de Leon, Princeton University Press, 2019, pp. 113–125.

Brown, Marshall. “The Architecture of Creative Miscegenation."Make New History: 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial, edited by Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston, Lars Muller, 2017. p. 120

Brown, Marshall. “Dequindre Civic Academy.” Log 37 (2016): 138-47.

Brown, Marshall. “Chimera: The Architecture of Creative Miscegenation.” Journal of Architectural Education, v. 70, i. 22-27.

Brown, Marshall. "MASHUP CITY: Architecture Steals from Contemporary Music." The Believer. July 2011: 35-36.


"Endgame: An Open Letter to the Guggenheim Helsinki Finalists"The Architect’s Newspaper. The Architect’s Newspaper, LLC, 30 June 2015. Web. 20 Nov. 2016.

Brown, Marshall,"The Obama Library, Possibilities over Prescriptions." Metropolis. May 2014: Print.

Brown, Marshall "Kick the Architectural Competition Habit." The Architect's Newspaper. 19 Feb. 2014, Web. 6 March 2014.

Brown, Marshall.“Not Good, but Well Behaved: Notes on an Urban Insurgency” in Block by Block: Jane Jacobs and the Future of New York, Timothy Mennel et al., eds, New York: Municipal Arts Society and Princeton Architectural Press, 2007


Brown, Marshall. “The New Country,” Manifest: A Journal of the Americas, Vol. 3 (Winter 2021), 264-265.

Brown, Marshall, “Planned Unit Developments.” The Arsenal of Exclusion and Inclusion. Tobias Armborst, Daniel D’Oca, Georgeen Theodore, and Riley Gold. New York: Actar, 2017. 252-254.

Brown, Marshall. ""Back to the Garden, the Ecological Evolution of the Atlantic Yards." New Directions in Sustainable Design. Ed. Adrian Parr, Michael Zaretsky. New York: Routledge, 2010.

Brown, Marshall B. "It's Not About the Arena." The Architect's Newspaper. 23 Sept. 2009. Web. 29 July 2011.

Brown, Marshall.“There is no Such Thing as Community...or Planning: Six Notes on a Mythological Urbanism” in The Value of Design, Phoebe Crisman and Mark Gillem, editors. ACSA, 2009.


Brown, Marshall, “Difficult Territory.” Journal of Architectural Education, v. 68, i. 2, October 2014. 155.

Brown, Marshall. "For_Getting Drawing: Toward an Architectural Pedagogy for Digital Media." Changing Trends in Architectural Design Education. By Jamal Al-Qawasmi. Morocco: Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region (CSAAR), 2006. 59-81.

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