Tyrone Marshall


Lecturer



Education

B.A., California College of the Arts
M.S.Arch., Georgia Institute of Technology

Keywords

Architectural, Bio-Inspired, Building Technology and Architectural Science, Climate Prediction and Resilience, Computational Design, Daylight, Energy, Envelope Design, Hygrothermal Transient Heat, Moisture Migration and Optimization

Biography

Tyrone Marshall leads with expertise in architectural design, computational design, building science, and performance design. He provides Architectural project design guidance related to the design of buildings for energy consumption, building envelope and performance detailing, energy cost, life-cycle cost, carbon emissions, and footprints.

2020, Motivation-Based Performance Design in Early Predicted Building Water Use
2020, Healthcare Design Metrics for Human-Centric Building Analytics
2020, Integrating expertise and parametric analysis for a data-driven decision-making practice
2019, Constructing and Exploring Building Configurations Based on Design and Multi-Performance Criteria
2019, Parametric Analysis versus Intuition - Assessment of the effectiveness of design expertise
2018, Design space construction: A framework to support collaborative, parametric decision making
2017, Early Development of a Design Methodology for Harvesting Natural Resources in Buildings
2016, Data Visualization for Net Zero Site Energy Design Using Solar Panels for Electricity and Hot-Water Heating Systems with Financial Incentives
2015,  Bi-directional thermo-hygroscopic facades: feasibility for liquid desiccant thermal walls to provide cooling in a small office building
2014, Thermo-hygroscopic envelope to support alternative cooling systems: a speculative feasibility study in a small office building
2013-2014, Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute Design Prize Seed Fund for Biologically Inspired Design, Team Project
2013, P/A Award Architect Magazine, Perkins+Will San Francisco Office, Calexico Land Port of Entry
2012, rHDS, reactive Hygroscopic Simulation, Perkins+Will Innovation Incubator Micro-Grant
2011, rHDS, reactive Hygroscopic Simulation, Perkins+Will Innovation Incubator Micro-Grant
2011, Auto Morpho-Tectonic project, Evolo SKYSCRAPERS Book Publication
2010, Hygroscopic Climatic Modulated Boundaries: A strategy for differentiated performance using a natural circulative and energy captive building envelope in hot and moisture-rich laden air environments
2010, Competitions Magazine Vol 20, Number 4, Re-imagining Ontario Place, METEOSPHERE
2010, Perkins&Will Design Leadership Forum Certificate of Performance Design Award
2010, REDCAR Colloquium, Perkins&Will Innovation Incubator Micro-Grant
2010, REDCAR Colloquium, American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter Architecture and The City Festival Program Selection
2010, Initiated Digital Design Group for Perkins&Will San Francisco Office
2008, Perkins&Will Excellence Design Initiative Certificate of Performance for Sustainable Design
2008-2012, Design Technology Leader for Perkins+Will San Francisco Office
2007, Lighting and Atmosphere Digital Representation 3D Challenge Winner
2006, Maxwell Render Italian Magazine Article Publication High Precision Digital Visualization
2005, CGArchitect Architectural Visualization Competition Competitor
2004, Architectural Wonder One Contest Runner Up
2003, AIA San Francisco Student Exhibition, Fast:s:pace, Thesis Project
2003, California College of the Arts Presidents Scholarship
2002, California College of the Arts Scholarship
2002, California College of the Arts Diversity Scholarship
2001-2002, California College of the Arts Honors Internship with Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, LLP
2001, California College of the Arts Fourth Year Book Award for Outstanding Achievement in Architecture