Eric Crow, Landscape Architect

Eric Crow, Landscape Architect and Co-Designer

Eric Crow joined the FormLA Landscaping design team in January 2014 with fourteen years of experience in landscape architecture. At the time, Eric’s projects ranged from Los Angeles and Orange Counties into Arizona and included a wide array of commercial, residential and public landscapes, from retail spaces and regional communities to parks, ports and university campuses.

Design Projects

In 2018, Eric has two homes on tour, a wildland-embedded garden in Calabasas featured on the Mountains Restoration Trust Fire-Wise tour, and a natural meadow in Northridge, featured on the Native Plant Garden Tour and by the LA Times.
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Prior to 2018, Eric introduced the New Look of LA at Descanso Gardens Center Circle to great acclaim as part of the FormLA Landscaping design team. The garden features a lush, low water, authentically Los Angeles aesthetic with vibrant native and climate compatible foliage. Its hardscapes showcase the diverse array of materials that add to the city’s distinctive look and feel.

Eric earned his bachelor of science in landscape architecture from California Polytechnic University, Pomona and is a registered landscape architect in Arizona. He lives in Acton with his wife and childhood sweetheart where they enjoy gardening, classic hot rods and riding their Harley motorcycles.

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