Morse Landscape Architecture was founded on a deeply held belief that all outdoor environments should be designed as beautiful, functional and sustainable spaces; and that the design of a site can be the most important part of any project.
We apply these principals to a wide variety of project types, from educational facilities to parks, retail and industrial sites. We are committed to robust collaboration with architects, engineers, local community officials, and our clients to achieve design excellence and high quality service on every project.
OWNER / PRINCIPAL
Jason started Morse Landscape Architecture in 2019, bringing 22 years of experience working on projects that span the entire spectrum of landscape architecture. His deep knowledge of the functional, aesthetic, and maintenance aspects of plant materials has allowed him to work on successful landscape architecture projects throughout the continental United States and as far away as India, Africa, and Central America.
His close collaboration and leadership with site design teams results in well developed, cost-effective schematic concepts. Jason largely focuses his work on K-12, Parks and Public Gardens, Streetscapes, and Civic Spaces.
Washington State University, Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, 1997
Professional Landscape Architect, Washington 2002
Josh’s design philosophy emerged from his multidisciplinary design background, and it is pretty simple; projects are better when design teams collaborate and work together.
Josh has a wide range of project experience working on multifamily residential, commercial and industrial spaces, trails and streetscapes, master plans, and civic spaces. His passions lie in K-12 design where he can create fun, safe spaces for children to learn and grow. Josh’s graduate thesis focused on designing for children with autism, and he incorporates many of those principles into his work.
University of Washington, Master of Landscape Architecture, 2016
University of Washington, Master of Urban Planning, 2016
University of Colorado, Bachelors of Environmental Design, 2013