Anne Lawrason Marshall
Associate Professor
Department of Architecture
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-2451

phone:   208.885.6781
FAX:    208.885.9428

Bouygues4a.jpg (10798 bytes) I am an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Idaho and have been here since 1996. Prior to that I taught at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and as an instructor at University of California, Berkeley. I am a registered architect, and before teaching I practiced architecture for ten years. B Arch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; M Arch, University of California, Berkeley.
Bouygues Headquarters, Clamart, France, is one of several large projects that I worked on while employed at the firm of Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo.

Architectural design is the heart of our curriculum and the focus of my teaching. I work with students to provide design services to various Idaho communities. I also teach students how to design in larger urban environments and participate in national design competitions. In 2002 two teams of my students placed nationally. I also teach a graduate theory seminar, architectural graphics, and a seminar on traditional Native American and non-Western architecture.

Morgan Barry, Stephanie Clarkson, Laila Kinnunen, and Jebrey Moyer won Second Place in the national Leading Edge Student Design Competition for a  sustainable arts magnet school in Los Angeles.
Chimnyrock3.jpg (18186 bytes) My primary research, on the siting of prehispanic Pueblo great houses in the American Southwest, has been funded by the Graham Foundation and the Idaho Humanities Council. The McCune Charitable Foundation funded a digital exhibition on Chacoan great houses for the Salmon Ruins Museum in New Mexico. See my Anasazi great houses web site.


Chimney Rock Pueblo was built  on a precipitous ridge in southwestern Colorado.
Gaya4a.jpg (19896 bytes) I am also interested in Hindu temples. I researched the siting of temples in Gaya and the Vindhyachal area of northern India.




Gadaghar Ghat, facing the Phalgu River, is part of the Vishnupad Temple complex in Gaya, India.  



Department of Architecture      University of Idaho