OJB Landscape Architecture
Client since: 2020
OJB Landscape Architecture is a collective landscape architecture and urban planning practice inspired to create beauty and find unexpected moments in the natural world. Founded by Jim Burnett in 1989 in Houston, Texas and led today by Burnett, FASLA, and his partners in offices around the country, OJB shapes public spaces into community resources that rejuvenate the human spirit, promote discovery and wellness, celebrate the genius loci, and restore ecologies. The work affirms the public realm as an essential human right and shared responsibility. Jim Burnett was the recipient of the prestigious 2016 ASLA Design Medal, which honors a landscape architect who has consistently produced a body of exceptional design work over an extended period of time. Notable projects include urban parks Klyde Warren Park in Dallas; Levy Park in Houston, Texas; Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (all winners of the prestigious ULI Open Space Award); the desert gardens at Sunnylands Center and Gardens in Rancho Mirage, California; and multiple projects for Rice University and the University of California, San Diego, among others.