The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Conference: Second Wave of Modernism in Landscape Architecture in America (November 13-15, 2008 in Chicago)


Linda Jewell

Ms. Jewell  is Professor and Chair of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at UC Berkeley and a part time consultant with two design firms she co-founded – Reynolds & Jewell in Raleigh N.C. and Freeman & Jewell in Berkeley where she has also led the design of many award-winning built projects including The Riverfront Plaza and Amphitheater in Hartford, the Symphony Park Outdoor Theater and Design Improvements for Sarah P. Duke Gardens in North Carolina and Crystal Park and Skyline Plaza in Virginia.  Ms. Jewell has been an educator for thirty years and has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, North Carolina State University and Harvard University where she was Chair of the Landscape Architecture Department. For more than ten years Jewell was the Construction Editor of Landscape Architecture Magazine and, in recognition of her thirty-plus articles for this key design publication, she received the American Society of Landscape Architect’s Presidential Award, its highest award for design, planning or research. 


Sectional Drawing of Mount Tamalpais Theater, Marin County by Linda Jewell.