“I believe that landscape architecture should focus on creating spaces for people that enrich human experiences in everyday environments,” says Rebecca Melvin. Her travels around the world influenced her understanding of public spaces from an early age. “Landscape architecture involves the systems and landscapes that matter the most – that are often overlooked, but couldn’t be lived without. The facets of good design are often invisible, and the solution becomes so essential it doesn’t look ‘designed.’” In addition to her many travels, Rebecca is a Seattle native and is very familiar with the land and culture of the Pacific Northwest.
Registered Landscape Architect:
Master of Landscape Architecture
Kansas State University