Meg Griscom RLA

Associate

Meg Griscom holds a dual Masters in Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. After completing graduate work, she served as a project designer with Reed Hilderbrand beginning in 2005, working on the Thad Hayes Residence in Montclair NJ and the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill NY. Meg is currently project manager for several residences in New England and the Northeast including a residence in Bethany CT and a residence in Ridgewood NJ. She also contributes to ongoing work at the Clark Art Institute. Her previous experience includes multiple independent residential projects as well as collaborations with architects, most notably on Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (LTL)’s Water Proving Ground proposal for MoMA’s 2010 Exhibition, Rising Currents.