Berlin

Berlin

MICHAEL KELLER



A recent graduate of Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, Michael’s interests lie in the intersections of physical planning and the design and management of productive landscapes. He completed dual master’s degrees in landscape architecture and urban design and is the 2016 recipient of the Jacob Weidenmann Prize in Landscape Architecture.

Prior to his time at GSD, Michael practiced architecture in New Orleans for four years and taught an architecture studio at Tulane University. He is currently engaged as a researcher in the Mellon Initiative’s Berlin Portal, as well as an extended research project on urban grids led by Professor in Practice Joan Busquets.