About Meredith Chavez, ASLA, Assoc. AIA
Meredith joined OJB’s Houston office in 2019 after earning her Master of Landscape Architecture and Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. As a native Houstonian, her interest in the built and natural environment led her to pursue a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Houston, where her thesis Phnom Penh: Manufacturing a Flexible Landscape, won a Design Award and the Outstanding Senior Honors Thesis Award.
Meredith brings a multi-disciplinary design approach as well as experience in designing across a variety of scales. She practices with a passion to design landscapes that connect people with nature. Her interest in landscape representation and innovative technologies inspire her to create meaningful spaces that respond to unique challenges of our urban environment. Her notable projects include a healing garden at Houston Methodist Hospital, the new Hanszen quad at Rice University, and the Baylor Pavilion Plaza at Baylor University. Outside of work, Meredith enjoys biking Buffalo Bayou, running Memorial Park, and practicing yoga.