Marcus Martinez

Marcus Martinez

Associate Principal / Design


It’s immediately apparent that Marcus Martinez is one of the most interesting people sitting at a table. A tireless designer, his ability to identify and capitalize on the ‘big idea’ has taken him to some of the top cities around the world from New York to Rome to Boston to Barcelona, which few natives of San Antonio, Texas, can say. Marcus brings noteworthy experiences to the Page design studio, such as the conceptual design of a personal electric vehicle that had a cameo in a TED talk, and freehand skills that earned his sketchbooks a place in an exhibit at the Lincoln Center Gallery at Fordham University, New York.

Marcus has spent years engaging architecture through other fields, cultures and scales to inform his design perspective. For him, architecture is a part of a continuous association of related disciplines including industrial design, urbanism, and the interior environment. His professional design experience began in Spain, and he subsequently assumed roles in Texas, UAE, and most recently Boston where he specialized in urban core projects. His research regarding the urban impact of mobility and technology made him a Smart Cities panelist at ABX Boston. His work is among the source materials for Reprogramming Mobility at the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation.