Adrian Fehrmann ASLA RLA

Associate Principal

A keen interest in emergent design technologies and passion for all stages of project development guide Adrian’s work. He graduated from Universidad de Chile with a Professional Diploma in Architecture. After working in city planning and urban design for several years, he moved to Philadelphia to complete his MLA at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was awarded the E.T. Wiedenmayer Prize in Urbanism and Landscape. He joined Reed Hilderbrand in 2009 and has worked on a number of local projects, including the Boston Seaport District Master Plan, Boston’s Greenway, Boston’s City Hall Plaza, the Moakley Courthouse, and the USDOT Volpe Center at MIT. Other notable past works include the Rowdy Meadow Estate, the Yale Science Building & Plaza, the Fundo Tic Toc in Patagonia, and the Amanzoe resort at Porto Helli, Greece. In addition his project work and advising the office on new design technologies, he also teaches landscape architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design.