Kimberly Turner is an award-winning landscape architect who believes strongly in the power of collaboration during the design process. She listens to her clients as well as the landscape; its micro-climate, history and connections to the larger environment, in order to create the best possible solutions to the challenges of the landscape. Her designs make sense on a comprehensive scale while maintaining effective attention to detail. Kim creates environments that are serene, functional, ecologically sustainable and marry architecture to the landscape.
Having grown up in Maine, Kim has always felt a strong connection to the landscape and is fascinated with the ways in which early experiences and memories shape landscape preferences. She feels strongly about the restorative effects of the landscape and strives to promote their accessibility and protection.
With over 20 years in the profession, Kim brings extensive experience and talent to her projects. She has a background in both horticulture and landscape architecture, is the author of Botany for Designers, and received an ASLA honor award for her graduate work. She has also been featured on two seasons of This Old House, Season 38: Arlington Arts & Crafts and Season 37: The North Shore Farmhouse. Because of her reputation and experience, she is able to leverage her trade relationships to streamline the process for her clients and execute successful and enduring projects.