Adam Cesanek is a practicing Landscape Architect, having graduated from Rutgers University with a Master’s Degree in 2013. Throughout his tenure at Doyle Herman, Adam has been involved in a range of projects, bringing expertise in site planning, construction detailing and project administration. He is currently a member of the Riverdale community in the Bronx, NY and draws upon local gardens for inspiration. Adam has worked to aid other aspiring landscape architects, teaching through the New York Society of Landscape Architects.
In 2013, Adam completed his Master’s Thesis: “Evaluating Public Amenity at 20 Stormwater Management Sites: Philadelphia, PA” and went on to present his findings at the Council for Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference. In 2010 Adam received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from Dickinson College, and has surveyed areas of the Delaware River Watershed for the United States
Forest Service. Adam draws on a range of personal experience when designing naturalistic landscapes and likes to incorporate native and specimen plantings in his designs.