Mark Morris is Head of Teaching and Learning at the Architectural Association. Previously he taught architectural theory, history and design at Cornell University as Associate Professor and Director of Exhibitions.
He studied architecture at Ohio State University, where he received the AIA Henry Adams medal, and took his PhD at the University of London supported by a RIBA Research Trust scholarship. His essays have featured in Domus, Cabinet, AD, Frieze and Log as well as anthologies Educating Architects: How Tomorrow’s Practitioners Will Learn Today, The New Pastoralism: Architecture into Landscape, Archi.pop: Mediating Architecture in Popular Culture and Camera/Constructs: Photography, Architecture and the Modern City. He is the author of two books: Models: Architecture and the Miniature and Automatic Architecture.
His curatorial projects have included shows on James Casebere’s model photography, the drawing collection of the Tchoban Foundation in Berlin, “models of models” by Daniel Libeskind, and a pavilion design collaboration by Steven Holl and José Oubrerie. Mark is a recent Graham Foundation grantee.