Our Leadership

Alex Polen


David Ling


About Us

LandStudio360 is a dynamic design studio offering a comprehensive spectrum of services in landscape architecture, planning, and design. We take pride in providing a highly responsive, collaborative approach as we integrate aesthetic design, functional strategy, and innovative ideas into environments that strengthen our clients’ brands and enhance people’s experiences.

Core Values

Our focus is always on building long-term relationships with our clients based on trust, caring, understanding and a 360-degree openness to all ideas and perspectives. All of us at LandStudio360, our clients and our partners feel heard, valued and respected. We fully understand the needs, wants and their desires and always communicate with respect and transparency. That’s just how we roll.

We obsess over taking a holistic, 360-degree view of our design projects, incorporating perspectives and ideas from around the world. We love a well-travelled point of view, and encourage our team to explore, share and implement new ideas into our projects, examining everything from the smallest detail to the broadest community level impact of everything we do. Our vision spans beyond the periphery.

As masters of the 360-pivot, our open minds are always ready to assess, adapt and adjust to design challenges, large and small. We love to learn and evolve, and we treasure new ideas and perspectives. Our team relentlessly turns problems into opportunities, finding unique and clever design solutions that exceed our client’s expectations. We are highly maneuverable, able to change and adapt our processes or solutions to meet the needs of our clients and teams on the fly. Sharp wits, pliable minds.

We see the 360-degree picture of any project and consider the needs and impact of all the collaborative disciplines involved, treating every project as if we’re the prime consultant. Being entrenched in this project leadership mindset enables us a high level of proactiveness that our clients appreciate and find refreshing. We take project responsibility seriously and lead the way with fresh design ideas and efficient project process; while continually looking for ways to improve internal and external processes, communication, and workflow so that we anticipate changes and meet deliverables deadlines. We don’t just “green up the voids.”

Our 360 moral compass always shows us true north. Our relationships with clients, partners and team members are built on trust and honesty. We hold true to our words and promises, we keep our agreements and always speak the truth. And we don’t stop there, we believe wholeheartedly that integrity not only transcends through our design, but to everything else we do.

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