Adam Ravestein PLA
Adam Ravestein is a landscape architect whose work focuses on master planning, community design, and landscape transformations for colleges and universities. Descending from a long line of Dutch horticulturalists, Adam has a love for plants and landscape construction techniques as well as a deep understanding of the way that people use landscapes in a responsible and sustainable manner.
Adam approaches every project with a goal of creating authentic and connective designs that celebrate the local environment and create emotional connections. A personable leader, he enjoys collaborating, adapting, and thinking creatively to solve problems for his clients. Adam finds it most rewarding to see his design ideas come to fruition and to watch them grow and mature over time. Some of his favorite projects include the American Society of Landscape Architects award-winning Wetlands Prototype for the National Aquarium, the John Hopkins University San Martin Drive, and campus landscapes for Grinnell College and Ringling College of Art and Design.