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2023 Class of Fellows, Nord Eriksson, Southern California Chapter01-31-24 | News
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2023 Class of Fellows, Nord Eriksson, Southern California Chapter

EPTDESIGN, Pasadena, CA
by Staff

Over the past four decades Nord Eriksson has distinguished himself as an exquisite designer, a leader on multiple fronts, and a mentor who has left an indelible mark on the landscapes of Southern California and around the country. His projects are custom-tailored to each site's unique historic, cultural, and environmental context with timeless solutions. Nord's design talent spans a broad range of project scales and types: creating compelling and efficient commercial and campus environments is complemented by equal expertise in the detailed craftsmanship required in high-end estate gardens. He is a recognized mentor, who has nurtured generations of landscape architects with his design skills and human-centered work culture. Among his notable works are: Google Backlot, Venice, CA, where Nord designed an intensive expansion to Google's campus and developed a rich variety of zones for events, lounging, dining, working outdoors, and "all-hands" meetings; Hercules Campus, Playa Vista, CA, the historic site of the storied Hughes Aircraft Company, now hosting a new generation of innovators, was reimagined by drawing inspiration from the site's history of aviation and incorporating it into every aspect of the landscape; and 5900 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, where Nord addressed the original 1968 landscape design which separated people from the city and positioned it to engage the street scene while providing more amenities for tenants and reducing water use.

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