Stephanie Skrobach is a Landscape Designer at Doyle Herman Design Associates. In 2011, she completed her Bachelor of Science with concentration in Graphic Design. In 2014, she graduated from The City College of New York with a Masters of Landscape Architecture (MLA). Stephanie was a vital part of a group whose project “Finding Common Ground” was recognized with an award at the 2012 Parks for the People Landscape Architecture Design Competition in Nicodemus, Kansas. In 2013, Stephanie was part of a student collaboration that was published in the book CityWorks for their Elizabeth, NJ redesign project titled “Bridging Barriers”.
Stephanie is very excited and honored to be part of the team at DHDA. Prior to her joining, she worked for a residential Landscape Design firm in the heart of Manhattan. She enjoys using her creativeness and attention to details in her work and always keeps in mind the importance of design, planning and constructing within a multidisciplinary field. Her design style is vastly influenced by her focus on key principles of landscape and her experience with sustainable residential landscape, acknowledging climate, renewable resources and plant selection.