Randal is an internationally acclaimed Architect. After graduating with First Class Honours he formed the practice of Wood Marsh with fellow architect Roger Wood in 1983. Randal and the company are winners of many awards for outstanding architecture including the Victorian Medal, the Walter Burley Griffin Award and the William Wardle Award. Randal is widely published nationally and internationally, as well as conducting regular lectures and exhibitions including twice representing Australia at the Venice Biennale. Major buildings include the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Deakin University – Burwood Campus, Eastern Freeway, Tower V Docklands and the Mansion Hotel. Work also includes set design, gallery installations, film and furniture design. Randal Marsh is represented in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Gallery of Australia and private collections.