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Jason Siebenmorgen

Landscape architect at the Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates studio in New York, Jason Siebenmorgen helped develop unique approaches to plant design for a wide range of residential projects, university campuses and large urban parks, including Waterloo Park and Waller Creek Greenway in Austin, Corktown Common and Port Lands Flood Protection in Toronto, Teardrop Park and Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. His focus is not only on the design of plants, but also on their plant and the always crucial maintenance and management. 


His interest in complex and dynamic landscapes and the way design is a starting point for a long process of evolution has guided much of his work. 

Parks that offer rich and diverse vegetation can create urban habitats for a wide range of insects, birds and wildlife, which in turn enrich the experience of park visitors.


Jason received the Rome Prize 2016 at the American Academy in Rome, graduated in Fine Arts at the Kansas City Art Institute and earned a Master in Landscape Architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.

Jason is always looking for new and little used plant species to add to the richness of urban landscapes.  

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