Gabriella Rodriguez-Berrios

Senior Designer

Gabriella is a landscape and urban designer from Puerto Rico. She received concurrent master degrees in Landscape Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. She also holds a BA in Environmental Design from the University of Puerto Rico School of Architecture, where she earned a certificate in historic preservation studies. Her work has ranged from practice and research, across disciplines, scales, and mediums. Before joining RH, she produced watercolor illustrations for Silvia Benedito’s book Atmosphere Anatomies and collaborated with Rosetta Elkin on the Tiny Taxonomy exhibition at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, contributing drawings and research. Having studied and worked in France, Spain, and Germany, as well as Puerto Rico, Gabriella came to Reed Hilderbrand in 2018 with a unique perspective on her projects, which have included Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania; Kenmore Triangle in Cambridge, Massachusetts; and the gates of the Arnold Arboretum in Boston, Massachusetts.