Daniel Marshall

Daniel completed his undergraduate studies in Architecture at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a starred first in 2014. He spent the subsequent year working for Niall McLaughlin architects in London, working on the renovation of a Grade I listed Building for the University of Oxford.

At MIT Daniel has worked as a technical assistant to the Digital Structures group on projects to print structurally optimized latices, also for the Sensible City Lab to develop a new recycling system on the canals of Amsterdam, and as a research assistant for Brandon Clifford looking at methods to up-cycle waste concrete infrastructure in the east-coast cities.

Having completed his degree, Daniel was appointed to MIT as a teaching fellow in 2019. 


2011 - 2014
Bachelor of Arts (BA), University of Cambridge
2015 - 2019
Master of Architecture, MIT

Academic Experience

2016 - 2016
Digital Structures, Research Assistant, MIT
2016 - 2018
Brandon Clifford, Research Assistant, MIT
2017 - 2017
Senseable City Lab, Research Assistant, MIT
2018 - 2018
Fabrizio Barozzi, Teaching Assistant, MIT
2019 - 2020
Teaching Fellow, MIT

Professional Experience

2014 - 2015
Architectural Assistant, Niall McLaughlin Architects
2019 - 2019
Architectural Assistant, Kennedy Violich Architects


2012 -
John Alcock Scholar of Architecture, Peterhouse, Cambridge
2013 -
Hugo de Balsham Prize for Exceptional Academic Distinction, Peterhouse, Cambridge
2014 -
RIBA Eastern Reigon Award, Dept. Architecture, Cambridge
2017 -
Harold Horowitz Research Fund, MIT
2019 -
Imre Halasz Thesis Prize, MIT