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Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning

Susan Mattison has extensive site design and planning experience in landscape architecture and is an active member of the ASLA PA/DE Chapter. Through her practice, landscape architectural experience includes project types - university campuses, church grounds, urban open spaces and plazas, streetscapes, historic site preservation, and urban residential projects (including LEED Urban housing projects) in the Philadelphia region. She focuses on creation of client interaction with the landscape, community connections, durable and sustainable site design and integration of historical integrity through carefully guided site design. An overall goal is to enable all project users to enjoy and thrive in the landscape in meaningful ways.



Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning

Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning

Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pa.

Raised Garden and Planter Terrace includes site improvements of plaza paving, pedestrian walkways, site furnishings, lighting, and plantings, with use of durable and easily maintained site materials and finishes. For this project, Susan M. Mattison was a local design team member with Hargreaves Associates of Cambridge, Ma.




Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning

Rittenhouse Plaza, Philadelphia, Pa.

An early 20th century courtyard for a condominium building across from Rittenhouse Square was provided with a renovated planting palette to reflect the elegance of the building facade and repaving of the courtyard. Improved site lighting was included, and plans for a future fountain restoration are in process.




Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning

Susan M. Mattison Landscape Architecture & Planning

Diamond Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Site improvements included a landscape plan for the small neighborhood park, with community input on park improvements through neighborhood organizations and a local church. The planting palette consists of plants tolerant of urban conditions with year-round seasonal interest.




As seen in LASN magazine, October 2018.



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