Patrick Webb, ASLA, PLA

With ACLA since 2015, Patrick brings a passion for contextually rooted designs which seek to choreograph experience and provide meaningful connections between the spaces we inhabit and larger landscape narratives. Drawing from the history of a place, he is particularly interested in the use of landscape as an artful response to the social and environmental challenges of the modern built environment.

With attention to detail and craft, Patrick manages the design, documentation, and implementation of many project types with a focus on effective coordination and collaboration. His background in music inspires a sensibility for distilled designs, finding resolution through rhythm, balance, and repetition. Patrick earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia with focuses on urban forestry and horticulture, and an Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley with focuses on urban design and landscape response to climate change. He recently served as guest designer at the International Design Workshop for Pazhou Island, in Guangzhou China.