ALBERT MARICHAL, ARCHITECT

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

Master of Architecture and Urban Design - Harvard University
Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design - Columbia University
Bachelor of Architecture - University of Houston
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design - University of Houston

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Courses Taught

Design Process & Theory
History of Interiors I
History of Interior II
Interior Design Research
Interior Design V
Interior Design Senior Show

Albert Marichal is a licensed architect, registered in New York and Texas.  He holds the NCARB Certificate and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. 

Mr. Marichal's work - focused at the intersection of urbanism, environmental performance, and tectonic form - has been published in numerous journals including Texas Architect and Architectural Record  and has been exhibited in a number of galleries including the Lawndale Art Center in Houston and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.  His work has received two design awards from American Institute of Architects.

Mr. Marichal has taught design at The University of Texas at Arlington, Syracuse University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Boston Architectural College.  In addition, he has been an invited lecturer, symposium panelist, or guest critic at several universities including: Cornell University, Columbia University, New York Institute of Technology, Parsons, Rhode Island School of Design, Indiana University, Northeastern University, Texas Tech University, University of Houston, University of Texas at Austin, Le Centre d’Etude d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme in Saintes, France and Lunds Universitet in Lund, Sweden.

At TCU, Mr. Marichal teaches courses in foundation design, history and theory, and advanced design - including advising senior thesis projects and organizing the interior design thesis exhibition.