Tim Duggan, ASLA, founded Phronesis, with offices in Kansas City and New Orleans, as a nimble landscape architecture and urban design studio focused almost entirely on creating regenerative infrastructure and community systems within the public realm. Duggan’s expertise is focused on innovative storm water management techniques, landscape restoration, reclamation projects, and various international urban design studies. Read More >
His Landscape Architecture career began in the midwest where he collaborated on a wide range of project from post disaster community planning initiatives to complex green infrastructure urban design strategies. Most recently, Tim developed over 200 LEED Platinum Landscapes with his role as Director of Innovations for the Make it Right Foundation. He managed their transformative community projects based in New Orleans, Kansas City, Newark and the Fort Peck Indian Reservation while working extensively with local community organizations and individuals. Tim was named one of Metropolis magazine’s 2012 Game Changers for his ambitious experiments in landscape design.
Duggan has served as a speaker and guest critic on sustainable site solutions at TEDxHarlem, Dwell on Design 2014, AIA 2011 National Conference, 2012 ASLA National Conference, GreenBuild 2009, National Black Caucus 2010, WEFTEC 2010, Reinvention New Orleans 2010, and has served as adjunct professors and guest critics for Tulane University, Kansas State University, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Read Less ^