Matthew Urbanski

Associate Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture

Urbanski teaches courses in plants in design and site ecology. Since 1989, he has worked at the New York office of Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, where he is currently a Principal. As lead designer on many of the firm's large public projects, Urbanski explores the ways in which urban public landscapes interact with other urban forces to enhance and expand the experience of city life.

His latest work involves large-scale urban landscapes, including Brooklyn Bridge Park and Hudson Park & Boulevard in New York City, and North Grant Park in Chicago. Completed projects include Union Square North, Segment 5 of Hudson River Park, and Teardrop Park in New York City, as well as Hoboken Pier C, Allegheny Riverfront Park, the Vera List Courtyard, the General Mills Corporate Headquarters Entry Landscape, and the Pucker Garden.