The Sydney based practice Architect Marshall Pty Ltd, headed up by Sam Marshall is best known for being the architects of the recently completed Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Other notable work include Object Gallery, the Darren Knight Gallery, an extension to Campbelltown Arts Centre, numerous residential projects, film production studios, and retail stores in Paddington and New York.
Sam Marshall has been a practicing architect for 34 years, 26 as director and architect at Architect Marshall.
From an early age Sam was inspired by his practical engineer father to use the earth's resources wisely and economically so they would be there for future generations. Sustainability is integral to the built form and not seen as an add-on.
For his warehouse conversion in Darlinghurst, Sam was awarded the prestigious 2000 RAIA Wilkinson Award, RAIA President's Award for Recycled Buildings and an RAIA Conservation Award. He has also won the Marrickville Medal and the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship.
AIA Commendation for Public Building for MCA 2013
Agenda International Design & Communication Awards for Best Signage for MCA 2013
Communication Arts Typography Annual Awards (USA) Award of Excellence for Signage with Dot Dash 2013
Communication Arts Typography Annual Awards (USA) Award of Excellence for Level Identification with Dot Dash 2013
Australian Interior Design Awards shortlisted for MCA 2013
Montessori Inspiring Thought Award 2010
Byera Hadley Traveling Scholarship 2003
Marrickville Medal 2003
Dulux Colour Award for Best Residential Interior 2001
RAIA President's Award for Recycled Buildings for Darlinghurst warehouse 2000
RAIA Wilkinson Award for Darlinghurst warehouse 2000
RAIA Heritage Conservation Award for Darlinghurst warehouse 2000
RAIA Premier's Award for "Harbourings" at Museum of Sydney 1997
RAIA Merit Award for Woollahra residence 1997
Two Commendations for East Circular Quay Ideas Competition 1992
Sam has regularly taught design at ask Sydney universities since 1989. Most recently he teaches design in the Masters of Architecture course at UNSW.