Dorothy Faris

Associate Principal

ASLA, LEED Green Associate

Dorothy has worked on a variety of public and private projects across the Western United States. Her ability to think across scales—from master planning large sites to specifics of construction details—informs her project work. She values collaboration from the beginning of the project, working closely with the architecture and interiors team, consultants and stakeholders, to assure a seamless blending of site, structure and community.  Her collaborative and conceptual approach makes her a valuable member of our integrated team.

With a background in ceramics and art history, Dorothy was attracted to landscape architecture as an art form that enhances our built environments. Her concept driven approach aims to reveal stories of a place, celebrate ecological function and generate community life through the creation of great civic spaces.

Education

  • University of Washington — Master of Landscape Architecture
  • Lewis and Clark College — Bachelor of Arts Ceramics and Art History

Memberships And Accreditations

  • American Society of Landscape Architects
  • LEED Green Associate

Community

  • Landscape Architecture Foundation, Board of Directors
  • ULI Northwest Center for Sustainable Leadership