Liz Browning has been designing a diverse variety of landscapes in the Pacific Northwest since 2005. She deeply values creating spaces in the public realm and is passionate about designing well-crafted, responsive, and generous places.
Liz’s projects range in scale and type, with a focus on public urban spaces, public facilities, schools, university campuses, streetscapes, and forward-thinking urban development. She has experience in all project phases, with significant construction expertise. Working as a contributing member of a creative and effective team is important to Liz. Her clear communication and enthusiastic collaboration style show her dedication, positivity, and creative thinking.
Liz is also a Lecturer/Studio Instructor for the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington, teaching the Introduction to Landscape Architecture and Design Foundations studios.
When not at work, you’ll find Liz stand-up paddle boarding the waters of Puget Sound and caring for her flock of chickens.
Master Landscape Architecture, University of Washington
Italian Landscape Studies, University of Washington Rome Center
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, University of Washington