Landscape architecture is all about context. And at DMLA, we’re inspired by the people and places that surround us. From urban multifamily housing to public and private institutions, we work closely with the community to design an environment that meets their needs today while remaining flexible for what’s to come tomorrow. We can lead and support projects from initial feasibility discussions and community meetings through to permitting, design, and construction support, whether for small, private development sites or large, public complexes. No matter the scale, we design to create unique places for unique people.
Deb Myers is a people person, and that’s what has fueled her design career for nearly 20 years. As a registered landscape architect, Deb works to blend people’s needs with their surroundings. Her background includes years at both small design studios and large, multidisciplinary firms, giving her a well-rounded perspective on every step of the project process. And Deb gives that experience back to her community, too – she is a member of the Brookline Conservation Commission and an active volunteer through CREW Boston’s Community Involvement Committee. The rest of Deb’s time is spent having fun with her two boys, from shuttling them to swim practice to instigating snowball fights.