Christopher Marlow

Christopher Marlow

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture



Room:AB 231


MLA University of Illinois, 2001
BLA Iowa State University, 1994

Professional Registration:

Louisiana, Indiana

Major Emphases:

• Landscape engineering (grading, drainage, stormwater management, construction documentation)
• Building Information Modeling (BIM) in landscape architecture
• Comprehensive/site design and the landscape design process
• Designing & making games for landscape architecture

Presentations and Projects: 

Marlow, C. Conference Presentation: “Integrating BIM into LA Education,” 2018 CELA Conference, Virginia Tech University.

Marlow, C. Working Example Paper Presentation: “Space for Making…Games and Landscape,” 2015 Games+Learning+Society 11.0 Conference, Madison, WI.

Marlow, C. Conference Presentation: “Make Games, Make a Difference: Pathways to Learning and Awareness,” 2015 CELA Conference, Kansas State University.

Marlow, C. Presentation: “Games in Design: Pathways to Learning,” 2014 Faculty and Student Symposium, Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University.

2013 Marlow, C. Conference Presentation: “Games + Making + Learning: Landscape Architecture Revealed,” 2013 CELA Conference, Austin, TX.

2013 Marlow, C. Lecture/Presentation: “Don’t Just Play the Game,” 2013 Charles M. Sappenfield Award of Excellence Lecture, Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University.

Development of Interactive Digital Prototype Application for 2-D and 3-D landform visualization. “Games and Learning in Landscape Architecture” International Conference on Information Technologies in Landscape Architecture. Valletta, Malta 2009.

“Comprehensive Landform Visualization” CELA 2007