Danica Liongson


Danica received a Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction, and a Master of Design Studies: Urbanism, Landscape, and Ecology from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Her thesis investigated a new ethic for soil management and her research on agricultural landscape change of olive tree plantations in Puglia, Italy received a Penny White Award. She also received the Peter Walker & Partners Fellowship for Landscape Architecture for further developing research in the field. Danica earned her Bachelor of Science with Highest Honors in Landscape Architecture from the University of California at Davis, with a Minor in Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning. She is currently a designer for the Franklin Park Action Plan in Boston, for which she has been conducting historical research and site analysis since her internship at Reed Hilderbrand.