Stacy Passmore

Principal, Co-Founder
Landscape Designer, Certified Planner, AICP

Merging her backgrounds in planning and environmental stewardship with landscape architecture, Stacy’s work explores field-based methods of research, understanding that environments and communities are deeply dynamic and require designs that engage with conditions of change.

Stacy is particularly committed to collaborations that celebrate the relationship between humans and ecological systems, work which she explores through built projects, publications, design research, and site specific installations.

Her honors include the 2018 Charles Eliot Fellowship and the Penny White Project Award from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.


Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
MLA with Distinction

University of British Columbia, School of Community and Regional Planning
Master of Arts, Community and Regional Planning, Urban Design Specialization. International Scholar.

New York University, Gallatin School of Individualized Study
BA of Individualized Studies, specializing in Physical and Cultural Environments.


Certified Planner, AICP

ASLA – Associate Member

U.S. Green Building Council | LEED ND