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Kelly Majewski

PARTNER

Kelly Majewski is a landscape urbanist and designer with over 13 years of experience transforming the urban environment. Her work has included local, national and international projects in a variety of scales and markets, from large mixed-use, civic, corporate, and park projects, down to an outdoor furniture line. She is known for her ability to create overarching visionary urban and landscape master plans, rich site-specific landscapes, and for successfully managing and detailing complex projects from beginning to end. She has successfully collaborated with many high-level clients, architects, cities, engineers, and communities to create well-loved, memorable spaces across the country and beyond.

Prior to co-founding Superjacent, Kelly was an Associate Principal at Melendrez where she headed up the design and management of multiple local projects and provided design oversite for many others. Her previous eight years were spent at the internationally known landscape architecture firm Gustafson Guthrie Nichol where she was responsible for a wide variety of projects and design efforts during her tenure. Kelly also spent time in London at Gustafson Porter working on the SEEF Lusail Waterfront district project in Doha, Qatar. 

CONTACT

kelly@superjacentla.com

TEACHING

Graduate Program of Landscape Architecture + Urbanism, School of Architecture, USC.

EDUCATION

Art Center College of Design, B.A. Environmental Design

SELECTED PROJECTS

(with Melendrez)

Ivy Station TOD Development, Culver City, CA

Green TI: Terminal Island Freeway Transition Plan, Long Beach, CA

Space 134 Freeway-Cap Park Implementation Plan, Glendale, CA

Ford Factory and Paseo, Los Angeles, CA

The Spot, Hope Street Pocket Park, Los Angeles, CA

[with Gustafson Porter]

SEEF Lusail Waterfront District, Doha, Qatar

[with Gustafson Guthrie Nichol]

University of Iowa Hospital Campus Master Plan & Children's Hospital Garden, Iowa City, IA

Centennial Park Master Plan, Nashville, TN

NuSkin Innovation Center, Provo, UT

'Towards Paradise' Venice Biennale Installation, Italy

Landscape Forms UrbanEdge, Furniture Line