landscape architecture

Studio AKA LLC is a full service Landscape Architecture firm. We can help plan and design your space, whether it be in the realm of residential, commercial, or institutional uses and at any scale, from the intimate courtyard to the expansive city park. We work with architects, engineers, arborists, soil scientists, contractors, and others to bring beautiful projects into being.

Our services include:

  • Master Planning

  • Site Analysis

  • Site Design

  • Communication & Visualization

  • Project Coordination

  • Construction Documentation

  • Construction Management

Contact us to schedule an initial consultation, where we would be happy to come to your site or office and discuss your project.

Studio AKA LLC is registered with the federal government as an Economically Disadvantaged Women Owned Small Business (ED-WOSB).


Ecological consulting and CLIMATE ACTION

Studio AKA approaches each project with the aim of constructing ecologically appropriate and performative landscapes. We have experience working with naturalists, ecologists, and soil scientists and can build a team to conserve, reclaim, or restore landscapes that are not functioning or habitat that is fragile. Incorporating strategies for climate resilience is a cornerstone of our work.

As a Climate Reality Leader, Danielle gives free presentations to individuals, community groups, and companies discussing the impacts of climate change on our world. Check out www.climaterealityproject.org/ for more information, and feel free to reach out directly to Studio AKA to schedule Danielle as a speaker.


research & Writing

Danielle Alexander is passionate about communicating issues affecting the built and natural environment. To that end, her work covers a wide variety of topics, including climate change, travel, agriculture, and public space. Her work has appeared on The Outbound, The Fieldbook, and Medium. She has presented research on these subjects at conferences in the United States and abroad.

She is currently the Urban Wild Writer in Residence at The Architecture League of New York's Urban Omnibus, researching and writing a nonfiction piece about the transformation of Staten Island's Freshkills Park, once the largest landfill in the world.

Contact us and let us know how we can help with your writing project, as a writer, researcher, or editor.