B.A., Princeton University M.Arch, University of Pennsylvania
Muscoe Martin is the founding Principal of m2 Architecture, a Philadelphia based design firm focused on integrating ecology, aesthetics and health in the built environment. Muscoe is the author of the recently published NCARB Monograph on Sustainable Design. A LEED Accredited Professional since 2001, Muscoe currently serves on the US Green Building Council's LEED Steering Committee, is a member of the DVGBC Board of Directors and teaches ecological design at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Architecture.
A practicing architect for over 25 years, Muscoe has helped design a number of award-winning green projects. Current work includes a Living Building project for the Alice Ferguson Foundation in Maryland, an office/classroom building for the Stroud Water Research Center, and a Horticultural Facility for Penn's Morris Arboretum, aiming for LEED Platinum. At Penn, he teaches courses on Ecological Design and conducts research with the T.C. Chan Center, including the recent Carbon Reducton Plan Penn.