Sarah Ferreter brings a broad range of influences to her work at SBLA, and she is deeply influenced by the fine arts, public art, and garden design. She has worked on numerous commercial, residential, and institutional projects at various scales. In her ten years of professional experience in the creative field, Sarah’s work has consistently negotiated the intersection of aesthetics, innovation, and practicality.
As a designer, she’s committed to creative and mindful landscapes that engender a strong sense of place and belonging. As a project manager, she is detail-driven and highly involved from conception to construction. She actively works to promote collaboration with clients and fellow design consultants in order to ensure the projects are on time and on budget. Above all, she is passionate about truly listening to needs and desires of SBLA’s clients, creating spaces that make them happy, and she believes that, whenever possible, landscape design should be a joyful undertaking.
Sarah received her master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Washington where she received an ASLA honor award for her graduate work, which focused on phenomenological properties of the built environment. She received a bachelor’s degree with honors in fine art from the Maryland Institute College of Art, with a concentration in sculpture.
Master of Landscape Architecture – University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Bachelor of Fine Art – Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD