Peter Caldwell is a Landscape Architect who has had a love of plants since he was a teenager. He moved to Houston in 2014 upon completion of his degree Landscape Architecture and his Masters in Ecological Sciences at Purdue University. Peter has a strong belief in the connections between people and the natural environment. He understands the interconnectedness of ecosystems and the health of society. His Master’s work focused on understanding the complex nature of large urban systems and how to build resiliency into them. Peter is an active member of the Texas Chapter, Houston-Gulf Coast Section of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). He is currently serving as the Chair-elect for the Section where he is an advocate for education to both increase professional knowledge and increase public awareness of the profession. He has recently spoken at the ASLA National Conference on using Universal Design to create more accessible & inclusive public spaces. He brings these perspectives into every project and works to design flexible systems that have a positive impact and are usable by all.
Q & A
If you could work on a project anywhere in the world where would it be?
How do you have fun at work?
If you had a superpower to make a bigger impact on communities/ cities/ or environments what superpower would you have?
Is captain planet a superpower?