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Maggie Raedeke


Maggie found her way to landscape architecture through an interest in environmental science and design. She’s interested in the democracy the landscape provides as a medium of design. With her interdisciplinary studies she is able to explore how politics and culture influence the landscape. She designs with ideas that are rooted the holistic research or the history of a site, looking to people, stories, and systems.

Maggie is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied Landscape Architecture, and Human geography, as well as received a certificate in textile design. She was name an Olmsted Scholar and served as president of the student ASLA.

In her free time Maggie is a member of the Minneapolis Weavers Guild where she continues to explore design in different mediums. She enjoys spending time outside and taking advantage of all the seasons Minnesota has to offer as she is a Twin Cities native.