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Eva Rose Leavitt is a licensed California landscape architect.  She spent several years as a campus planner at Stanford University, where she programmed, designed, and implemented numerous small- to medium-scale landscape improvements. While at Stanford, Eva Rose represented the University Architect / Campus Planning and Design office on larger project teams and participated in the development of long-range and specific planning endeavors. This experience provides Eva with an in-depth understanding of construction processes, material longevity, and client perspective. Her areas of special interest include native plants, horticulture, designing for zero waste, and bicycle facilities. 


Eagle Housing, Alameda, CA

Palm Beach Day Academy, Lower Campus, West Palm Beach, FL

Walden Center & School, Campus, Berkeley, CA

BeWell Community Gardens, Stanford CA*

Clark Center Courtyard Planting Renewal, Stanford University, CA*

Oak Road Street Improvements, Stanford University, CA*

Amy Blue Memorial Garden Relocation, Stanford University, CA*

Crothers Residence Hall Plaza Renovation, Stanford University, CA*

Roble Gym Historic Landscape Renovation, Stanford University, CA*

Kingscote Garden Apartments Renovation, Stanford University, CA*

(* indicates projects that were completed as a member of another design firm)


University of California, Berkeley Extension, Certificate Program in Landscape Architecture, 2009

California State University, San Francisco, Bachelor of Arts (Cinema Studies), 2000


Licensed Landscape Architect, State of California, No. 5770