Among the most honored practitioners of his generation, Peter Schaudt’s decades-long focus on the integration of land and architecture has brought him, among many acknowledgements, the AIA Collaborative Achievement award and a Fellowship with the American Society of Landscape Architects. By combining a commitment to good stewardship and social responsibility with a design philosophy that prizes elegance and restraint, Peter strives to achieve a timeless quality with every project he undertakes.
Peter is a recipient of the Rome Prize and a protégé of the legendary landscape architect Dan Kiley. He brings to landscape design a focus on research and history and a deep love of learning.
Trained first as an architect, Peter revels in exploring the relationships between the built form, the landscape, and the human condition. This tension results in the sublime mixture of humanely scaled spaces and buildings with the natural, yet constructed landscape. His ability to see, respect, and appreciate the importance of the overarching idea makes him one of the most sought-after collaborative team partners.