SiteCreative is a Boston based landscape architecture studio with a strong design focus to engage people while respecting the unique character of every site.
The creative environment within our studio fosters the development of unique and meaningful spaces for projects of all sizes. Our design approach encourages the thoughtful use of form and materials to engage people while respecting the unique context of each site. Sustainable site design principles and a deep horticultural understanding are integral to our design process.
Our projects include large scale site restorations, institutional landscapes, urban public spaces, roof deck gardens, and private residential landscapes. We enjoy a diversity of project types, and believe our ability to provide an inspired design solution for projects of all sizes and budgets is our strength. We also take great pride in our ability to provide personal attention to each of our clients at every phase of the design process.
SiteCreative's design approach starts with determining the unique opportunities and constraints of every project, defining the program and functions of proposed spaces, and animating these spaces with a strong focus on form and materials. The textural qualities of materials in concert with elegant forms bring a sculptural quality to our designs.
We enjoy working collaboratively with architects, engineers, contractors, and clients to create cohesive site plans that seamlessly connect building and site. Our design services include master planning, schematic design, design development, construction documentation and construction administration. SiteCreative is a certified WBE and DBE firm with LEED-accredited professionals, and recently received the 2015 Boston Society of Landscape Architects' Merit Award in the design category, and the 2019 Best of Boston Home award for landscape architecture.
Stephanie Hubbard is the founder and principal of SiteCreative. She is a LEED accredited professional and a registered landscape architect in Massachusetts with over 25 years of design experience with public and private landscapes. Stephanie's passionate interest in materiality, eye for color and form, and horticultural expertise drive the focus of the SiteCreative studio.
Prior to establishing SiteCreative Stephanie was Senior Associate at Halvorson Design Partnership for a decade, providing design and project management for large scale public and campus projects including the New Center for Theater and Dance at Williams College and DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, which won a Boston Society of Landscape Architects award in 2007.
Stephanie received her degree in landscape architecture from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst including a year studying landscape architecture and urban design at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. She has made numerous appearances on the PBS This Old House program presenting designs for five projects. She was featured as one of the top 10 Architects and Designers in Women's Business Boston, has been a frequent guest lecturer at Harvard's Graduate School of Design Career Discovery program, and a guest critic at the Landscape Institute and Boston Architectural College. She is an active member of the US Green Building Council and currently mentors at YouthBuild Boston. Stephanie has also contributed to This Old House, Boston Home, and Design New England magazines.