Garrick Landsberg is an architect, preservation specialist, and urban planner with broad-based experience that also ranges from serving as a U.S. Marine to working as a museum educator, horticulturalist, and national park ranger. He applies his diverse talents to challenging, transformative projects in the urban context, creating distinctive, 21st-century built environments that respect the past, conserve natural resources, and affirm and support contemporary use.
Clients appreciate Garrick’s ability to combine visionary design with pragmatic problem-solving. He is adept in managing complex project teams and delivering projects that meet client requirements and stakeholder interests. With extensive expertise in historic preservation and adaptive use, Garrick is an advocate for a vigorous and progressive approach that is deeply rooted in sustainability, placemaking, and forward-thinking urban design.
- Columbia University, Master of Architecture, 2005;
- Columbia University, Master of Science in Historic Preservation, 1999;
- Oakland University, Bachelor of Arts in History, 1997
- American Institute of Architects