Barry Miller, ASLA, RLA
Principal
As a Florida native, Barry’s passion for sub-tropical landscapes was shaped early on in his childhood through the exposure of Florida’s amazing coastal ecological systems. He earned his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Florida and then, after a few years working in the field, returned to UF to complete a Master of Urban & Regional Planning.

Barry began his university studies in architecture but was inspired to change his major to Landscape Architecture after watching a film about Frederick Law Olmsted. Barry's work is greatly informed by his upbringing in Miami. His love for the natural environment and interest in sustainable systems is apparent in everything he does. Resiliency has been at the core of each project from the very beginning. He actively practices and promotes principles of land stewardship, resource conservation and adaptive design. His hand-drawn sketches are found throughout the office, a key tool during his conceptual design process. His 30-year career is testament to his dedication to South Florida's urban landscape.

Barry's work has been widely recognized at the state and international level by numerous organizations, including the Florida Chapter for the American Society of Landscape Architects, American Planning Association Gold Section and Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. Barry is a registered Landscape Architect in the State of Florida. He remains actively involved in Florida’s landscape architecture programs as a juror, engaging students through site tours and lecturing widely throughout the state.

Education
Master of Urban & Regional Planning, University of Florida
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, University of Florida

Memberships
American Society of Landscape Architects
Urban Land Institute
TREEmendous Miami