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Jocelyn Wolff


Jocelyn is a Project Designer at Coen and Partners. She grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, New Delhi, India, and Frankfurt, Germany. This early exposure to the vast ways we can inhabit, interpret, and create the physical spaces that define us established an early passion in her for the built environment and the complex narratives it holds.

Jocelyn enjoys interpreting a landscape’s rich history, natural systems, and communities that inhabit the space through design. She has experience working in multidisciplinary and residential firms across New England, Minneapolis, and Seattle. Her work includes historical preservation through planning and design, playgrounds, schoolyards, and residential estates. Jocelyn holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design focused on Landscape Planning from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Boston Architectural College.

When she isn’t working, you can find her on hikes with her dog, Pesto, exploring new culinary challenges, and collecting historical maps of the places she has lived. She is excited to be back in Minneapolis and plans on continuing to explore the city’s landscape through biking and gardening.