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Johanna Barthmaier-Payne

Johanna Barthmaier-Payne is a landscape architect whose work looks at the relationships between urban infrastructure, placemaking and communication around environmental systems and public space design. She is a co-founder of the design practice, A TON, a multidisciplinary design studio in Rhode Island that focuses on landscape, industrial and graphic design within the public realm. Her current research focuses on outreach communication tools and strategic planning around large-scale environmental management and green infrastructure for municipalities, stakeholders and community members.

Barthmaier-Payne graduated with a Master’s in Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania where she was an ASLA Excellence Award recipient. She has worked with internationally renowned offices such as James Corner Field Operations, OLIN and Atelier Jean Nouvel, working on a wide range of projects from concept to construction including The Presidio Tunnel Tops Project in San Francisco, The Seattle Central Waterfront and The Seattle Seawall. She also holds a BFA in Environmental Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Fall 2020 Courses

  • LDAR-22ST-02 Advanced Design Studio Elective
  • LDAR-215G-01 Methods Of Visual Translation: Dimensional Workflows

Wintersession 2021 Courses

  • LDAR-8965-01 Collaborative Study
  • LDAR-216G-01 Methods Of Visual Translation: Terrain + Structure
  • NMSE-8960-05 Professional Internship

Spring 2021 Courses

  • LDAR-217G-01 Methods Of Visual Translation: Visualizing Dynamics
  • LDAR-2265-01 Representation II
  • LDAR-2203-03 Site | Ecology | Design Studio
  • MA, University Of Pennsylvania