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

Ken Smith, FASLA

Mr. Smith is a landscape architect who has worked on a wide variety of national and international projects, in both private and public practice.  His background and training is in landscape architecture and in the fine arts. In twenty years of practice he has participated in many team endeavors and worked with a wide range of consultants and groups. His interests include landscape design of varying scale, with a particular emphasis on projects that explore the symbolic content and expressive power of landscape as an art form. He is committed to creating landscapes, especially parks and other public spaces, with vision and meaning as a way of improving the quality of urban life.  Smith is licensed to practice in New York and California, as well as other states, and has lectured and been published widely. Educated at Iowa State University and Harvard University Graduate School of Design, his practice is based in New York City. He is active as an educator and serves as a Visiting Lecturer at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His breadth of experience, understanding of landscape issues, and capacity to undertake complex problems and difficult sites qualify him for a wide variety and scale of projects.

Lever House Landscape Restoration, New York, NY;
Ken Smith Landscape Architect.

Ken Smith Landscape