Landscape Architecture

Anneliza Kaufer

Lecturer

MLA, University of Pennsylvania (2014)
BS, Lafayette College, Civil Engineering (2006)
BA, Lafayette College, Art & Art History (2006)

Anneliza is a Senior Landscape Architect at OLIN and lecturer in landform, grading, and technical site design at the University of Pennsylvania.  She is a registered landscape architect and licensed professional engineer, as well as a LEED Accredited Professional.  At OLIN, Anneliza contributes to a number of urban design and master plan projects. She is an integral member of the Alexandria Waterfront team.  Her projects also include the recently completed United States Embassy in London, a plaza design at the Social Security Administration headquarters campus in Woodlawn, MD and the design of Pioneer Court at the Chicago Tribune Tower in Chicago, IL.  Working at a variety of scales, Anneliza has also developed landscape and stormwater guidelines for campus projects in the southwestern US, Arlington, VA, and in Shenzhen, China as well as streetscape activation at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

As a Master of Landscape Architecture student at the University of Pennsylvania, Anneliza was the 2014 recipient of the Ian L. McHarg Prize and was a 2014 National Olmsted Scholar finalist. She received a 2014 American Society of Landscape Architects Certificate of Honor. Prior to graduate school, she spent five years working professionally as a civil engineer with a focus on hydrology and site design. She brings an integrated approach to landscape architecture with a specialization in green infrastructure.