Willett Moss is a founding partner of CMG Landscape Architecture, a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, and a landscape architect of public and institutional landscapes. Mr. Moss’ work reflects his range of interests with a consistent focus on landscapes of broad value and public appeal.
His project experience includes community-based design, sustainable urban systems, planning rooted in ecological understanding, and making historic resources relevant today.
Some of his noteworthy projects are the transformation of Mint Plaza, Marin Country Day School, Sunnylands Annenberg Estate, and the UC Berkeley Lower Sproul Plaza.
He designs by rapidly representing spaces and defining landscape experiences. For Mr Moss, good public spaces have clear purpose, whether symbolic or utilitarian, and contribute to community identity as memorable additions to the landscape. He creates art and research focused on the intersection of public landscape, bodily experience, and collective memory, based on a longstanding appreciation for richly textured and varied environments.