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Firm Description

Gregg Bleam Landscape Architect plc was founded in 1990 out of a desire to explore the relationship between modern architecture and landscape. Commissions range from private residences and gardens to public campuses and master plans.  Projects emphasize the sustainable use of indigenous materials that enhance the built form they surround. Projects also explore the seasonal and ephemeral qualities of plants as they relate to indoor and outdoor spaces. Each project is an opportunity to explore the relationship of space, material and light within the site’s larger sense of place.

Gregg Bleam

Gregg Bleam, the firm’s principal, has over thirty years of experience in the field of landscape architecture. A graduate of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, he was an Associate in the Office of Dan Kiley in Charlotte, Vermont. He moved to Charlottesville, Virginia in 1987 as a member of the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia, teaching Graduate and Undergraduate Landscape Architecture and Architecture courses for ten years.

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Will Trimble

Will received a Bachelor of Industrial Design from North Carolina State University and a Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design where he was awarded a student ASLA Honor Award for his collaborative effort on “Alternative Futures for Tepotzotlan, Mexico.’   He is a licensed Landscape Architect in Massachusetts and Georgia, and is a LEED accredited professional.  His past and current work encompass a wide range of projects from Campus Master Planning to small residential landscapes and represent his attention for detail and craft.  He has taught orthogonal and perspective drawing, Sketchup, and portfolio design at the Landscape Institute and the Boston Architectural College.

Aaron Bridgers

Aaron received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of New Mexico and a Master of Architecture from the University of Virginia in 2015. He was awarded the Environmental Resilience and Sustainability Fellowship and the Thesis Fellowship for his research on “The Role of Architecture in Food Systems of New Delhi”. He has previous experience with a non-profit organization in Costa Rica and architectural offices in Albuquerque and Boston. He worked with the University of Virginia as a project manager for Initiative reCOVER and taught architectural drawing in Vicenza, Italy during the summer of 2015 prior to joining the office.