Emma Xue

Designer

Emma Xue earned her Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and holds a Liberal Arts degree from St. John’s College. While at the GSD, her work was showcased at the exhibition: Kuala Lumpur: Designing the Public Realm “Common Grounds” and was featured in the annual publication Platform 9: Still Life; City Prototype, Other Invasions. After completing her MLA, Emma worked as a Landscape and Urban Designer for SOM’s Chicago Office where she worked at the intersection of City Design and Open Space Practice and contributed to projects located in China, the UAE, and the United States. During the Winter of 2018, she volunteered with Chicago’s Metropolitan Planning Council and lead block-building workshops redesigning the Washington Park National Bank Building as part of the Corridor Development Initiative. As a designer at Reed Hilderbrand’s Cambridge office, Emma is currently working on the Alamo Plaza Interpretive Master Plan and Harvard’s Allston Campus expansion.