Marilyn W. Moedinger, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Marilyn is the founding principal of Runcible Studios. Like the runcible spoon, she is happiest operating at the seam[s] between practicality and whimsy, utility and beauty, the esoteric and the mundane.
She previously practiced architecture at Utile, Inc. in Boston, and worked as a construction project manager, contractor, and estimator in Charlottesville, VA. She has also taught design studios, construction detailing, and theory courses at Boston Architectural College, Northeastern University, and Wentworth Institute of Technology, and was the Director of Practice Instruction and Community Engagement Projects at the BAC, where she directed nearly 80 student-led projects. She has lectured on her research and/or been a guest critic at Northeastern University, BAC, University of Virginia, UC Berkeley, Harvard GSD, Elon University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Rhode Island School of Design, and University of Cincinnati, as well as various architecture and design firms in Boston and nationally.
She is a Chair of the Advisory Board for Northeastern University’s NuLawLab, serves on UVA’s Architecture Young Alumni Council, and is a founding member of The Productive Collective.
She earned a BS in Architecture, BA in History, and an M.Arch from University of Virginia, where she won several awards for her teaching and academic work. Marilyn was the 2010 recipient of the SOM Prize. [View the resulting book here.]
Jason is an Associate at Runcible Studios, bringing his nearly ten years of architectural practice experience in residential, commercial, and institutional projects, from concept design through construction. Previously, Jason was an architectural designer at Utile Architecture and Planning in Boston, MA, where he took a lead role on projects such as the Boston Conservatory Studio Building, a nine-unit condo building in the South End, the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion and Exhibition, and the Boston Convention Center Marquee, among many others.
Jason has also taught construction detailing at the Boston Architectural College, and regularly serves on reviews at Boston area architecture schools. He earned a BS in Architecture and an M.Arch from Northeastern University.