Kimberly Mercurio

Lecturer in Landscape Architecture

Kimberly Mercurio is a landscape architect and scientist with over 18 years of professional practice during which time she has constructed over 50 permanent gardens and a series of temporary installations. She has taught plant design and identification, construction technology, and design at the Rhode Island School of Design, Smith College and Harvard GSD. Recently she received the A.E. Bye/Landscape Architecture Fellowship from the Pennsylvania State University, as well as a Project Grant from Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, to further her scholarship of designed landforms and ephemeral media in the landscapes of the 20th Century landscape architect Arthur Edwin Bye.