Marc Yeber

Marc Yeber

Los Angeles, CA, US

View Portfolio


Seeking Opportunities to Recapture Publicness and Inclusion 

Senior Urban Designer and Project Manager with a multi-disciplinary knowledge-base in neighborhood analysis, planning policy, community engagement, public realm design and green infrastructure. Holding degrees and substantially practiced in architecture, planning/ development and landscape architecture, I am interested in pursuing opportunities to facilitate and collaborate in generating meaningful public realm design. The goal of such environments is to respond thoughtfully to the local and micro context especially within the realm of community design and landscape urbanism to unify community, enhance mobility, and increase economic development all while reinforcing our connections to natural systems.


El Camino College, Torrance, CA, US, Adjusnct Professor

Teaching Architecture Design Studio 1 and Graphic Communications 2

Feb 2020 - current

CONT-X Studio, El Segundo, CA, US, Principal + Sr. Urban Designer

Designer, planner and land-use consultant for various landscape architecture, urban design and entitlement projects. Responsibilities include: strategic planning, design development, project management, land use and entitlement assistance, community engagement and interfacing with public agency staff and officials.

Apr 2009 - current

EM WI Design Group, Los Angeles, CA, US, Principal and Lead Designer

Engaged in the design, project management, and construction administration of residential, commercial and municipal projects; Initiate and supervise all activities connected with business development, marketing and promotions.

Aug 2002 - Mar 2009

EM [Collaboritive Studio], Los Angeles, Principal and Lead Designer

Shared the responsibilities for the design, production and marketing of a line of residential and commercial interior furnishings including developing technical specifications, sourcing local suppliers and shaping the manufacturing process.

Mar 2003 - Apr 2007

John McCaslan + Partners/UK, London, GB, Architectural Technician

Temporary consulting position responsible for assisting with technical aspects of various projects with a historic classification that included material specification, renovation of circulation and general retrofit.

Apr 2001 - Sep 2001


University of Southern California (USC), Masters, Landscape Architecture

Aug 2008 - May 2010

University of Southern California (USC), Bachelors, Urban Planning

Aug 2000 - May 2002
Aug 1998 - May 2002


AIA/LA Residential Architecture Award, Award

Award of Merit for Architectural Design for a two unit residential project titled H155 and in collaboration with Arshia Architects.


WPA 2.0, Honorable Mention

Team effort developing a strategy to build a park over a section of the 101 Freeway in Hollywood


Areas of Specialization