Noah Marble

Noah Marble



Noah is a registered architect who received his master’s degree in architecture from Tulane University in New Orleans in 2005, a few months before Hurricane Katrina. After the storm he moved to Los Angeles to work with Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects designing projects of many types and scales, from single family residences to multiple winning entries in international architectural competitions.

He returned to New Orleans in 2012 to join Eskew+Dumez+Ripple working on the design of many of the firm’s most challenging and complex projects, including the Ace Hotel New Orleans, an expansion to the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science in Connecticut, a 1,200 seat flexible theatre in Brazil, and a high rise technology incubator Charlottesville, Virginia.

Noah most enjoys collaborating directly with the people who will benefit from the projects he helps put into the world, and believes architects have a responsibility to their community at all levels. He frequently sits on design reviews at local architecture schools and served on the board for both a research organization focused on post-Katrina public school reforms and as the facilities board chair for a public, five school K-12 charter school network educating over 3,500 students in New Orleans.

Noah currently lives near Dupont Circle in Washington, DC and helps to lead VMDO’s DC office.


Master of Architecture, Tulane University, 2005