Boston–Klopfer Martin Design Group has added Daniel Norman, ASLA, PLA, LEED AP, to its leadership team in the role of Senior Associate.
With a complementary portfolio of work, Daniel will help expand KMDG’s presence in New England. His joining the firm adds a further degree of senior-level design talent to the team benefiting the firm’s clients.
“Daniel’s work experience with landscape architecture and urban planning, along with his desire to explore the role of our profession in tackling resiliency issues, is a natural fit for our team,” said Kaki Martin, FASLA. “My partner Mark and I are excited to see his contributions to KMDG.”
Daniel has enjoyed a 17 year career working on several high-profile projects, including the Carolyn Lynch Garden on The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and Audubon Circle in Boston. He believes the profession is in a unique position right now to bring awareness to current challenges, including climate change and social justice, and enact real change to help combat them. He attributes this to the close working relationships he’s developed with environmental scientists and others that are rethinking common approaches to green space.
Daniel is currently working on projects at The Park School in Brookline, MA and Connecticut College in New London, CT.
Daniel is a landscape architect who thrives on collaboration with artists, scientists, and stakeholders across disciplines to construct meaningful and functional landscape insertions that promote climate resiliency in both action and education.
His practice has focused on orchestrating successful landscapes in educational and institutional contexts, urban streetscapes and placemaking, parks and residential projects.
Daniel holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Clark University.