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Eric Kramer

Eric Kramer is a principal of Reed Hilderbrand Landscape Architecture in Cambridge, MA. He leads projects associated with the renewal and enrichment of campuses, cities and institutions. He is committed to communicating design knowledge, rooted equally in rigorous scientific field research and the engagement of people and communities. His works include Boston's Central Wharf Plaza, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City and the newly completed Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA. He edited Visible | Invisible, the firm’s award-winning monograph.

Kramer teaches from the perspective of the liberal arts, always looking for larger themes and cross-disciplinary connections by which to understand and explain the way we, as landscape architects, think about the work we do and the places we make.

Spring 2020 Courses

  • LAEL-1020-01 Issues In Landscape History
  • LDAR-1020-01 Issues In Landscape History
  • BA, Amherst College
  • MLA, Harvard University