Alex Strader, PLA
Alex joined ACLA in the Fall of 2018 after seven years of practice in the eastern and southern United States. His work has included the planning, design, and realization of public, institutional, and residential projects throughout the northeast, southeast, and California, and ranging in scale from small gardens to 300-acre sites. Through his work, Alex strives to develop strong concepts born from a landscape’s unique living systems and cultural context, and carry this out in a clear, ordered design with an attention to detail. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University’s Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, where field studies of urban design in Haiti, regional planning on the U.S.-Mexico border, and explorations of the unique landscape of coastal Louisiana fed his fascination with diverse environments. Drawn to the stunning natural landscapes of California, Alex brings his experience to ACLA where he manages residential and institutional projects across the U.S.