David Fletcher is an urban designer and landscape architect, professor, and writer. His work addresses process, urbanized watersheds, green infrastructure, and post-industrial urbanism. David is presently an Artist in Residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts, in the category of Architecture and the Environment.
Fletcher is the founding principal of Fletcher Studio, an innovative and award-winning practice based in San Francisco. The firm provides comprehensive professional services in landscape architecture, urban design, and environmental planning and works on a range of projects, including civic spaces, parks, and regional planning projects. The firm is committed to a collaborative and contextual approach to spatial design practice and the planning of unique and sustainable landscapes, urban spaces, and living infrastructures. Design and planning solutions come from interactions with the many people, processes, histories, policies, economies, and ecologies that are specific to a place.