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Chuck Stewart


Chuck has always found value and enjoyment in exploring intersecting ideas and disciplines involved in complex, large-scale projects. He approaches projects with open eyes and ears while working diligently to find honest and elegant solutions. His background working closely with architects, engineers, and landscape architects throughout his career has been incredibly beneficial in establishing critical communication networks to help create objects, spaces, and places that tighten the social fabric and enrich the experience of community living.

Chuck holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from North Dakota State University and is a licensed Professional Landscape Architect in the states of Minnesota and Iowa.

As a product of the prairie pothole region in central North Dakota, he pines for a wide view of the sky but enjoys life in Minnesota, where he spends his time fly-fishing on tiny creeks, cooking with his family, and reading books for an unreasonable amount of time. Chuck also dabbles as a public artist, pursuing ideas that encircle the zones of public life, interpersonal communication, and the built environment.