Martin Paull is principal of Martin Paull Design Studio and has taught at SCI-Arc and Woodbury University. He has designed numerous exhibitions for the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum, California Institute of Technology, and the Los Angeles Children’s Museum. He recently lectured on Museum Exhibition Design in Caracas, Venezuela. His residential work includes a house in Hawaii, another in West LA, and over a dozen additions and remodels. Paull has taught structures at the graduate and undergraduate level for more than 30 years while maintaining a practice focusing on museum exhibits and residential projects. He has consulted on the structural aspects of numerous projects.
He completed his B.S. in Electrical Engineering at Columbia University and received his B.Arch. from SCI-Arc.
|B.Arch., Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)|
|B.S. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Columbia University|