Brian Schundler received his Bachelor of Arts from Oberlin and his Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012, where he was recognized with the George Madden Boughton Prize awarded for design excellence driven by environmental and social consciousness. Brian gained experience at Studio Bryan Hanes in Philadelphia and Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Hargreaves Associates in New York City before joining NBW in 2014.
With NBW, Brian has contributed to the planning and design of numerous conservation agriculture and restoration projects across the United States. At Overlook Farm in Pennsylvania and Ashbourne Farms in Kentucky, Brian’s work has focused on native meadow seeding, invasive plant removal and management strategies, the restoration of ecologically sensitive water systems and vernal pools, and site-wide circulation and trail networks. Most recently, Brian has been a key team member in the comprehensive planning and design of a 250-acre private estate in southern California, where he and the NBW team created a comprehensive plan centered on ecological restoration, invasive species and fire management, and sustainable orchard planting.