2021 Rulegura Center Architectural Design Competition, Kasisa, Tanzania: An architectural design competition for the primary project buildings has been developed in collaboration with three Universities in Dar-es- Salaam, Tanzania. Rulegura Centre: Competition
COMPETITION INTRODUCTION VIDEO
2020 Kijiji Site MasterPlan and Sustainable Architectural Design Competition, Kasisa, Tanzania: Development of a Masterplan for the center of Sustainability, Kasisa Tanzania. This project for the non-profit Kajiji ISS, was develop working with GIS and locally sourced data, in collaboration with students in MASD, engineering and anthropology.
2019 MLK Arts: performance and community space: design for a sustainable arts center in South Dallas, with Soul Rep. Theatre. Resilient Infrastructure grant, Global Development Lab, Hunt Institute for Engineering & Humanity.
2012 PASEO: Making Place through Participation, Urban design through memory mapping and the design & enactment of a shared community procession. Funded by SMU Meadows, Simmons Education, West Dallas Communities Bataan Center.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Zarazaga, J. M. Tactical GIS Playing Cards: Leveraging Site Design Decisions through Geo-Spatial Play, Submitted to ASEE Annual Conference 2020, Design in Engineering Education Division (DEED) 2020 (in process
Berry, Ken and Zarazaga, J. M. Engagement in Practice: Space Launch Weather Balloon Project. Submitted to ASEE Annual Conference 2020, Engagement in Practice, Community Engagement Education Division (CEED) 2020 (in process)
Zarazaga, J. M. (2019). Deep Observation: Geo-Spatial mapping as a strategy for site-engagement and problem-design, Submitted to ASEE Annual Conference 2019, LEES division, 2019.
Zarazaga, J. M. (2018). Evaluating Geo-Spatial Mapping as a tactic for Generative Design in Engineering Education. Submitted to Journal of Engineering Education, (Under Review)
Zarazaga, J. M. (2018). Mapping as Design Thinking: Can GIS Help Engineering Students Approach Design? Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference 2018, Design in Engineering Education Division (DEED) 2018, 24.
George-Williams, S. & Zarazaga, J. M. (2018). Beyond Our Horizon: Reaching out to Engineering Faculty to Teach Spatial Literacy. 2018 ASEE Annual Conference, 18.
Marshall Zarazaga, J. (2017). Qué es “Landscape”? Cuadernos de Arquitectura, Habitar al Norte, Num 11, 5–14. (Refereed journal) Antofagasta, Chile.
Marshall Zarazaga, J. (2011). The Moving horizon: landscape scale as an urban device. Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes, 31(1), 60–73 (refereed journal) editor: John Dixon-Hunt U. Penn, Taylor & Francis.
Marshall Zarazaga, J. (2011). Flujos, Patrones y Topografias (Flows, Patterns and Topographies: Landscape’s urban devices revealed at Ritoque). Materia Arquitectura, (03). (Refereed journal) ed. M.Cortes, ed. Universidad San Sebastian.
Marshall, J. (2004) “The Cultivation of Site: Landscape Approaches to Teaching Architecture”, 306090, (refereed journal) Princeton Univ. Press
Marshall, J. (2004). “The Cultivation of Site” TexFiles, UTA architecture journal
Marshall, J (1993) Is it a Nightmare or only a Cramp? A critique of the Architectural Idea, Scroope 6, (refereed journal) Cambridge Univ. Press
Marshall, J (1992) “These Gardens too are Gardens of Paradise”, Scroope 5, (refereed journal) Cambridge Univ. Press
Magazine and online Articles
Zarazaga, J. M. (2015, fall). Embedded Connection: Unique Dallas Landscapes Link Communities. Columns Magazine, AIA Dallas, Vol 32(Issue 3).
Zarazaga, J. M. (2012, fall). Place Making Through Activity & Motion: Unofficial, Tactical and Ad Hoc Landscapes. ‘Columns’ Magazine, AIA Dallas, Vol 30(6).
Marshall Zarazaga, J. (2016) “How Cars & Pedestrians Can Live Together: The Katy Trail” The Dallas Morning News, June 8.
Regina García, and interview with Marshall Zarazaga, J (2015)” The Rough Action of Space” a conversation on urbanism, design and theatre, HowlRound Theatre Commons (journal)
Marshall Zarazaga, J. (2010) “Dallas CItyDesign Studio”, Columns Magazine, Dallas AIA, Nov. 2010 Dallas