Images above are from our past public engagement sessions – a key component of Land Collective’s iterative design process that ensures resulting projects resonate with community wishes, wants, and needs.
We are thrilled to announce that Land Collective has been selected as part of the Northwest Arkansas Design Excellence Program, which promotes the highest level of design in the development of public buildings and spaces in Northwest Arkansas.
As a design studio that works closely with cities and communities to empower citizenry in a manner that supports individual and collective identity, we’re looking forward to working with the Walton Family Foundation to fulfill their mission to address planning challenges associated with the region’s rapid growth, and to create welcoming public spaces that foster meaningful, shared experiences.
To start our new year, we’re excited to introduce and celebrate our four new Associates – Gabbi Salvemini, Henry Moll, Lindsey Tabor, and Brian Staresnick. Their deep design experience, leadership on complex projects, and commitment to Land Collective’s mission – to practice empathetically in support of socially purposeful design – are a testament to their ability to guide our studio forward. Lindsey and Brian lead our Indianapolis Studio, now at 55 Monument Circle, Suite 1300D.
Gabriella Salvemini, PLA, ASLA
Gabriella is a registered landscape architect educated at the Pennsylvania State University. She has also studied in Italy and Tanzania, and spent her initial years in the profession designing a wide range of spaces in the Washington, DC, area. She is currently interested in the agency of place and how design can be a transformative factor for both communities and ecosystems, and she continues to apply that interest to the variety of scales at Land Collective.
Henry Moll, PLA, ASLA
As a landscape designer, Henry is interested in landscapes’ potential to enhance public health and enrich culture. He considers design as the narrative for creating the world we want to live in. Henry holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Philadelphia University, where he was awarded exceptional achievement for his thesis. Henry has also studied in Denmark and has a continued interest in Scandinavian culture and design. His professional experience spans multiple design foci, including landscape, architecture and visualization.
Lindsey Tabor, PLA, ASLA
Lindsey Tabor is a registered Landscape Architect with over a decade of design and construction experience in the DC area. Her diverse professional exposure ranging from private residences to institutional campuses, as well as her love of world travel and art, informs her site-specific designs in a wide range of styles. She is passionate about integrating beautiful detail into functional spaces, enjoys drawing inspiration from unexpected places, and gets particular satisfaction from witnessing a design transform into reality for her clients.
Brian Staresnick, PLA, ASLA, LEED AP ND
Brian is a landscape architect and urban designer combining appreciation for the broad impact of large scale planning and a passion for enabling the nuances of well-designed spaces to flourish. With a focus on urban landscapes, his experience is spread across regions and multiple scales, from small urban plazas and productive rooftops to large waterfront parks and reclaimed lands.