Arthur Bartenstein, ASLA
Arthur's career has focused on the adaptation of historic and/or environmentally sensitive landscapes to contemporary needs and goals. His wide-ranging experience includes master planning and landscape architecture for university and corporate campuses, retirement communities, urban streetscapes, churches, private estates, regional parks, historic battlefields and public museum grounds.
Arthur's work has received numerous honors including four national and three state American Society of Landscape Architecture awards. Prior to founding ABL Landscape Architecture, Arthur practiced with Peter Walker and Partners and the SWA Group (based in California) as well as Hill Studio and Frazier Associates (based in Virginia).
Master of Landscape Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1981
Bachelor of Arts, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, 1976
Professional & Civic Affiliations
American Society of Landscape Architects
Rockbridge Area Conservation Council, Board Member
City of Lexington Tree Committee
Cultural Landscape Foundation
Historic Lexington Foundation, Board Member
Registered Landscape Architect, Commonwealth of Virginia