Marcel Wilson is a licensed landscape architect. His design practice Bionic, is based in San Francisco, Ca. He teaches graduate level studios at the University of California at Berkeley, and is a former principal at the internationally renowned landscape architecture firm Hargreaves Associates. Marcel graduated with distinction from The Harvard Design School where he was awarded the prestigious Weidenman Prize for design excellence.
He has worked for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, and has lead the design and management of landscape projects and exhibitions in Europe, Asia, and the United States. As a designer he has distinguished himself as a creative force in even the most complex projects by proposing compelling designed relationships between land, people, and technology. His project design and management experience includes, the Los Angeles State Historic Park, the Stanford Science and Engineering Quad, and the Vision Plan for Hunters Point Waterfront Park in San Francisco, which was given an award of excellence by the American Society of Landscape Architects in 2007. Marcel is an active participant in the San Francisco planning and design community where he contributes his time to the Mayor’s Open Space Task Force, and non profit open space organizations.