Andreas X. Stavropoulos
I have successfully completed a range of publicly and privately commissioned design projects including landscapes, dwellings, and products. I try to draw on the diverse hands-on knowledge of the professional fields that I have been involved in – education, geotechnical work, theatrical design and construction, as well as the crafts and hobbies that I have enjoyed: stained glass, sculpture, weaving, ceramics, and mechanics.
I try to create landscapes that are composed with sensitivity, clarity, and whimsy.
Andreas holds a graduate degree in Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley and is a registered landscape architect in the state of California. His work has been featured in Dwell, Sunset, and ID Magazine, Fast Company, Daily Candy, The Seattle Times, The Dartmouth Engineer and Azure Magazine.
Andreas has been a course instructor at University of California Berkeley (planting design & studio), and Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont (small dwellings design). He has been a guest speaker at the Garden Conservancy and Flora Grubb Nursery about his product, The Chickencrib. He spent an amazing summer working as an interpretive naturalist in Denali National Park, and worked for four years of college at Dartmouth’s Hopkins Center for the Arts, where he eventually became the lead carpenter.