San Francisco, Cambridge



Kirt Rieder has served as project landscape architect and project manager for a number of the firmís award-winning projects since 1994. He has just completed the riverfront master plan for New Orleans: Reinventing the Crescent. Mr. Rieder is currently managing the landscape master plan for UMass Boston, and construction observation for Centennial Park in Davenport, Iowa.

Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
Master of Landscape Architecture, 1994
University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning
Bachelor of Urban Planning, 1990

Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA
Landform Workshop, Design Critic/Lecturer, 1998-2004
Gold Mine Reclamation Option Studio, Design Critic
co-teaching with Martha Schwartz, 1998

Registered Landscape Architect in Commonwealth of Massachusetts

"Modeling, Virtual and Physical," Representing Landscapes, University of California - Berkeley, November 2000
"Crissy Field: Tidal Marsh Restoration and Form," Manufactured Sites, Site Technology Conference, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, April 1998
"Crissy Field," A New Future for an Historic Public Space, Architecture and Design Forum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, March 1998
"Crissy Field," Mapping Public Space, Landscape Architecture Colloquium, University of California at Berkeley, 1997

"Crissy Field: Tidal Marsh Restoration and Form," Manufactured Sites: Rethinking the Post-Industrial Landscape, ed. Niall Kirkwood, Spoon Press, 2001
"Fresh Pond Housing," Studio Works, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 1995

Reinventing the Crescent, Riverfront Master Plan, New Orleans, LA
Baton Rouge Riverfront Master Plan, Baton Rouge, LA
Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, LA
RiverSphere, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA
Centennial Park, Davenport, IA
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
- Jefferson Quadrangle
- Varsity Village + Schmidlapp Plaza
- Clifton Arc, University Commons
University of Michigan Biomedical Science Research Building, Ann Arbor, MI
Sydney Olympics 2000, Sydney, Australia