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Mark E. Hieber

ASLA, LEED AP

Principal
Landscape Architecture

“As a landscape architect, I am the lead advocate for all aspects influencing and affecting a site. In our highly collaborative design process here at Harley Ellis Devereaux I believe it is critical to clearly communicate ideas that are both functional and beautiful. Function alone can be unattractive and unengaging. Beauty alone lacks strong purpose. But together, these components can provide a meaningful experience of ‘Place’ that resonates with all people.”


Related projects

  • Kirk in the Hills

    Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

    A renovation and repurposing of spaces within the historic Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church, one of the truly unique structures and grounds in the Detroit area.

  • A. Paul Schaap Chemistry Building, Wayne State University

    Detroit, Michigan

    Modern laboratory space and dedicated student spaces were incorporated to get students out of the labs during breaks and lunch to improve lab safety.

  • Robert Bosch Corporation

    Plymouth Township, Michigan

    Consistent with Bosch’s image of a high-technology leader, this facility includes office, research and development lab space along with a 2-story, sky-lit circulation spine.

  • WMS Gaming

    Waukegan, Illinois

    Through imagination, talent, and technology, WMS Gaming creates and provides the world's most compelling gaming experiences.

  • A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center, Lawrence Technological University

    Southfield, Michigan

    The A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center provides a central location for student services and alumni relations.

  • Medical Sciences Building, The University of Cincinnati

    Cincinnati, Ohio

    The Medical Sciences Building renovation provides a gateway academic research laboratory.

  • Sciences Building, Baylor University

    Waco, Texas

    Baylor University's multi-disciplinary and interactive Sciences Building fosters an expanded science and research curriculum.


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