Bill Madden, ASLA, Mikyoung Kim Design, has been a landscape architect and urban planner in the Boston area for the past 15 years. During this time, he has been dedicated to the craft of building innovative sustainable landscape solutions for many cities and campuses throughout the country.
As a project manager, Bill has managed a variety of different landscape types -- from urban streetscapes to campus greens. His focus has been finding beauty within human-scaled and innovative landscape systems, which integrate social and the ecological systems into community-based design solutions.
Trained as a regional planner and landscape architect, Bill has worked on landscape and urban design interventions at a range of scales, from public art plazas to regional master plans. His horticultural language focuses on native plant systems that can thrive in the public realm.
Bill received a master's in landscape architecture from North Carolina State University and his bachelor's in regional planning from Salisbury College. For the past 10 years, he has lived in the Symphony area of Boston and enjoyed this diverse and active urban landscape.