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Marathon Elementary School in Hopkinton, Completed!

The Center School students returned to the brand new Marathon Elementary School in Hopkinton with custom play areas for Pre-K and K-1 and an open play lawn nestled into the woods.  This project was a successful collaboration with DRA Architects, Nitsch Engineering, Compass Project Management, and...

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Happy 40th Anniversary to Warner Larson!

Forty years ago Warner Larson was founded by Gary Larson under the name, Larson Associates. Since its beginning in 1978 Warner Larson has been instrumental in transforming schools and parks across Massachusetts and the Mid-Atlantic. On June 27, 2018, the Warner Larson team including Gary, celebrated this milestone year by doing what we do best- visiting parks. Landscapes being metamorphic, we always love going back to see how they have evolved with time. Some projects we visited were newly installed while others have been established for years.  Here are some photos from our tour. Higginson Lewis Schoolyard Higginson Lewis Schoolyard Little Scobie Playground The Yard @ Tobin Community Center Relaxing at The Yard Marcella Playground Marcella Playground...

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Ti Johnson, ASLA, LEED AP promoted to Associate Principal

On Monday, September 18, 2017 Warner Larson Landscape Architects announced the promotion of Tileston Johnson, ASLA, LEED AP to Associate Principal. Over his 13-year history with the firm, Ti has designed and managed some of the largest and most complex projects in Warner Larson’s 40-year history.  For the past three years, Ti has led and advanced our mid-Atlantic presence from Richmond, Virginia while continuing to oversee New England projects through the firm’s Boston headquarters.  ...

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Andrew Louw joins our team in Boston

Andrew is a talented landscape designer with graduate degrees in landscape architecture and community planning from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Arts in human ecology from College of the Atlantic. He is committed to design that reveal’s a landscape’s cultural and ecological narratives through careful observation and creative interpretation. Before joining Warner Larson, Andrew worked at Beals and Thomas, Berkshire Design Group, and the Olmsted Center for Landscape...

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