Adam E. Anderson is a Landscape Architect, designer, and artist currently based on the east coast.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the Ohio State University and a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he was an Olmsted Scholar.

He has taught at the Rhode Island school School and his academic research has dealt with the entropic use of sediment waste for large scale terraforming and cultural re-defining of the ideology of nature.

He has worked professionally in southern California and Boston on projects throughout the United States and abroad.

Adam is currently a Critic at the Rhode Island School of Design Landscape Architecture Department, a designer for Landworks Studio in Boston and founder of the studio/blog Design Under Sky



Adam E. Anderson is a registered landscape architect and Founder/Director of Design Under Sky.  Projects vary in a range of scales that include but are not excluded to a hospital healing gardens, residential gardens, masterplanning, campus plazas, rooftop gardens, and urban parks, as well as commissioned public art works.

His work negotiates with the ever changing landscape by understanding the unique phenomenological qualities and cultural influences inherent in a site, and then deploying interventions to embrace, reveal, and often embellish these qualities. "Nature" is abstracted in our projects, culminating in a celebration of wonder found in both the technological and ecological.

He received his Masters in Landscape Architecture (MLA II) from the Rhode Island School of Design where he was an Olmsted Scholar and Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from The Ohio State University. He has taught at RISD since 2014 and has been a visiting critic at Harvard Graduate School of Design, The Ohio State University, Northeastern University, and the Boston Architectural College.

Prior to forming the D.U.S. Adam worked for the award winning offices of Landworks Studio and Ground, Inc. in Boston working on several international and regional projects.