With over 30 years of experience designing landscapes in the Northeast and the Northwest, Anne James combines classic, ecological design work with informed intuition and local styles. Now residing in the Pacific Northwest, Anne combines her passion for sustainable design with clean, classic principles that result in uniquely harmonious landscapes in both public and private settings.

Anne's experience at the University of Pennsylvania (MLA) studying under Ian McHarg (Design with Nature) fused her strong background in natural science with ecological design precepts, resulting in a deep commitment to sustainable design based on informed intuition.


Anne James' past projects include:

Award winning, barrier free access design for the Visitors Center of The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University;

12 years of ongoing campus planning and design projects for the historic 200-acre Wellesley College campus;

Babson College; six years of campus planning and design projects; Site development at Radcliffe Quadrangle at Harvard University;

Founders Square, Louisville, KY;

Eastman Plaza, Rochester, NY;

John F. Kennedy Park, Cambridge, MA;

Longfellow Park, Cambridge, MA;.

Codex Corporation Headquarters in Canton, MA;

IBM Office Building by I.M. Pei in Purchase, NY;

Fifth Avenue Terrace New York Public Library;

IBM Group/Division Headquarters in Somers, NY;

Dickinson College campus master plan, Carlisle, PA.