Landscape Architecture Principal Rachael Meyer has over 13 years experience in commercial, residential, and public projects. She excels at communication, a talent that helps her build consensus while accepting input from her clients, consultants and other key stakeholders.

Rachael is passionate about green roofs, urban agriculture and sustainable strategies, and integrates these passions into each of her designs. She regularly speaks and writes about her research, which ranges from water management practices to Living Building landscapes.

Active in the community, Rachael has served on a variety of professional boards, including the UW Landscape Professional Advisory Committee, Architects Without Borders, and the Washington Association of Landscape Architects Executive Board. Many of her projects have been recognized with awards, including an honor award from the American Society of Landscape Architects. In 2008, Rachael was the recipient of the King County Housing Development Consortium’s Unsung Hero Award.

Outside the office, Rachael loves spending time with her husband and three young girls and tending to her large, unruly garden. Learn more about Rachael in this Q & A on the WT Blog.

Rachael Meyer PLA, GRP, LEED AP
Principal, Landscape Architecture
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Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
University of Washington


BA, Scandinavian Studies
University of Washington 


Reusing stormwater can release untapped benefits
Daily Journal of Commerce
Environmental Outlook Special Section


Aren't Landscapes Already Living? McGilvra Place Park, The First Living Park
Trim Tab Magazine


Bullitt Neighbor Seeks a Distinction of Its Own
Daily Journal of Commerce
Building Green Special Section


How Seattle can help green roofs to really grow
Daily Journal of Commerce
Building Green Special Section


Productive Neighborhoods: A Case Based Exploration of Seattle Urban Agriculture Projects
2012 Honor Award
American Society of Landscape Architects 


Water Management Strategies
Merit Award
2008 Washington Society of Landscape Architecture 


2008 Unsung Hero Award
King County Housing Development Consortium