Peter Walker, Landscape Architect

With a career spanning more than four decades, Peter Walker has made a significant impact on the field of landscape architecture. The scope of Mr. Walker’s landscape projects is expansive and varied – ranging from gardens to cities and corporate headquarters to academic campuses. Regardless of geography or environment, his designs shape the landscape in a variety of stylistic and cultural inflections, always putting clarity and modernity of vision in the service of specific site requirements.

Mr. Walker designed the landscapes at the World Trade Center Memorial in New York; Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C. (with I.M. Pei Architects); Disney City in Orlando, Florida; the Sony Center Berlin (with Murphy/Jahn Architects); and the Toyota Municipal Museum of Art in Toyota City, Japan. He also designed the Tanner Fountain at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Library Walk at the University of California at San Diego, and a landscape development plan and enhancement project for the campus of The University of Texas at Dallas.

Mr. Walker is also an instructor and has served as chairman of the Landscape Architecture Department at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and at the University of California at Berkeley.

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