Fresh ideas about design
Strada is pleased to welcome Terrie Brightman, RLA, ASLA to our multidisciplinary team, adding exceptional talent and depth to our Landscape Architecture group.
“Terrie brings exceptional landscape design and delivery to Strada’s team of professionals,” said Alan Cuteri, Founding Principal and Higher Education Principal. “The talent and experience that she brings will be a huge asset to our clients.”
Prior to returning to her hometown of Pittsburgh and joining Strada, Terrie worked for 9 years at MNLA in New York City, at Robert A.M. Stern in NYC and Vollmer Associates LLC in Pittsburgh and New York City. Terrie’s projects have received awards and merits from the NY and NJ Chapters of the ASLA and Fast Company. She has worked in both the public and private sectors having completed several waterfront projects in Pittsburgh and New York City, private residences in California and Florida, and high-end developments abroad.
Terrie has been published in the Architect’s Newspaper and was a regular contributor to Metropolis Magazine’s POV blog. Her professional work is focused in metropolitan areas encompassing design, documentation and delivery of public parks, streetscapes, plazas and accessible green roofs. Many of these projects aim to improve public landscapes through community participation and sustainable design and construction.
Terrie is a thought leader and enjoys collaborating with her peers to evolve and refine the holistic human centered design process. She is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University.
“I have wanted to be an Architect since I was thirteen,” Jesse noted. “Having my dream job is something I never take for granted. My expertise lies in the craft of Architecture, and that has been my focus since I was a student. I've always been passionate about detail, and I think ahead on how to make intricate details a reality from the initial concept.”
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