Landscape Architect licensed in CA and PA with over 15 years experience in the US and Australia. Specializing in residential design, campus master planning and design, commercial and corporate projects, cemeteries and streetscapes. Has been employed as a Project Manager and Managing Director on high profile projects such as NFL and MLB sports stadiums, international airports, and university master plans. Superior graphic design skills, including computer 3D imaging, Photoshop manipulation, Illustrator & InDesign, CAD applications, SketchUp...
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Barte Shadlow is a licensed Landscape Architect (CA & PA) with an extensive range of project experience in the US and in his native Australia. Inspired by his passion for art and architecture, his design work emphasizes space and structure, art-forms and geometry. This philosophy is evident in his extensive planning and design work at two of the largest cemeteries in the southern hemisphere: Rookwood Necropolis and Macquarie Park Cemetery, both located in Sydney, Australia. With these projects, Barte not only was involved in the broad planning of the site layout and traffic circulation, but he took his original design concepts from inception through design development and to construction. Closely working with a variety of artisans, he also developed the design and custom construction details of several key art pieces and structures. Barte was also intrinsic to a number of master plan studies for these cemeteries, as well as several primary and secondary schools. Each project involved significant liaison and communication with steering committees and boards of directors, as well as public presentation meetings.
Since relocating to the US in 2000, Barte has been involved in a number of high profile public and private projects, including:
* Philadelphia International Airport
* Citizenâ€™s Bank Park (home of the Philadelphia Phillies)
* Lincoln Financial Field (home of the Philadelphia Eagles)
* Texas Southern University master plan (Houston, TX)
* Route 202...
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