Robert Marino is the founder of Robert Marino Architects. He was initially trained as an engineer at the Stevens Institute of Technology. He later completed his graduate studies in architecture at Princeton University. He served his architectural apprenticeship in the office of Michael Graves where he worked on numerous projects including the addition of the Whitney Museum of American Art. He is currently teaching design studio at Columbia University, where he has taught since 1985. From 2003-2008 he taught design studios at Harvard University, and from 1991 to 1998 at the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a distinguished visiting critic at the Technische Universität München, the Ecole d'Architecture de Nancy, City College of New York, and the University of Arizona. At the University of Pennsylvania, he developed “Forms of Process”, a course dedicated to the exploration of the possibility of manual techniques as the initiator of form. His work has been extensively published in periodicals and books in Europe and the United States. A monograph on his work, Robert Marino, was released by Rockport Press as part of the "Contemporary World Architects” series.
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