Laura is a landscape architect and associate principal in Sasaki’s urban and campus studios. Her practice includes landscape design and systems planning for cities and campuses, with an emphasis on resiliency. Laura’s work encompasses a range of scales and project types, from the design of public parks, streetscapes and waterfronts to large-scale landscape planning and campus master planning. Laura has particular interest in the design of vibrant urban public spaces through an engaged public process and resilience planning for vulnerable communities.
Laura maintains a close connection to academia and research. She is an adjunct faculty member at the Rhode Island School of Design, and has taught at Northeastern University and the Harvard Graduate School of Design in recent years. She recently led the development of Sasaki’s research initiative and exhibition: Emerald Networks: Reviving the Legacy of City Parks.
Laura holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor’s degree in literature from Harvard College. Laura is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the Boston Society of Landscape Architects.
Associate principal Laura Marett tells the Boston Business Journal about the city’s new cooling stations and Sasaki's ongoing work on the Climate Ready Boston initiative
Generating innovative approaches to stormwater management on campuses, helping to position institutions as stewards of their watersheds
Laura Marett leads conversations on accessible, equitable parks