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Adriana Hidalgo


Drawing inspiration from diverse landscapes around the world , Adriana possesses a deep admiration for cultural landscapes rooted in generations of practice. With a holistic approach to landscape architecture, she strives to seamlessly integrate long term sustainable techniques, emphasizing community -centered design systems at the local level. Her experience working in Europe , the Caribbean and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has provided her with a unique perspective on ecological and human systems. Her mission is to uncover the contextual significance behind complex spaces serving our communities and creating designs that not only embrace their culture but also ensure their sustainability. From community parks and waterfronts to large-scale city master planning, Adriana has worked across various scales, reinforcing her knowledge in landscape architecture and her pursuit of generationally sustainable design.

 Adriana holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design with a Minor in Architecture from the State University at Buffalo and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Cornell University with terminal research in international development . Throughout her academic career, she was the recipient of research grants and scholarships that fueled her passion for regenerative and cultural landscapes, culminating in her recognition as one of the 2019 LAF National Olmstead Scholars.

Based in New York, Adriana finds joy in art exhibitions, sculpture parks and spending time outside with some good coffee. Her passion for food has also led to her interests in baking, cooking, and traveling in pursuit of…more good food.