Michael Radner is founder and Principal of Radner Design Associates, Inc.  He brings over 25 years of design and project management experience in institutional, multi-family housing, commercial, civic and residential settings.  He has particular experience with multi-disciplinary design teams, working collaboratively with civil engineers, architects, ecologists, and transportation consultants, whether as the lead consultant or as a team member.

With a focus on the design of environmentally sustainable landscapes and low impact development, he believes that traditional design principals can be applied in both contemporary and historic settings to create beautiful and functional places for people.

He also has extensive experience in project permitting and presentation to local authorities, and has facilitated project approvals on dozens of projects.  





Master of Landscape Architecture - SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1990.

Bachelor of Science in Biology - SUNY Binghamton, 1986.

Licenses and Certifications

MA Landscape Architect #1205

NY Landscape Architect #1497-1

CT Landscape Architect #971

Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards #3177

LEED Accredited Professional

Professional Affiliations

American Society of Landscape Architects

Boston Society of Landscape Architects - Executive Committee, Member at Large and Path Leader for Public Outreach; 2016-2017

Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston - Associate, Board of Directors 2012-2014

National Association of Home Builders

Workshops, Classes and Seminars

Sustainable Practices in Landscape Design and Construction - presented to the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston, July 2008.

Sustainable Practices in Site Planning, Design and Construction - presented to the Residential Design and Construction Conference, Boston Society of Architects, April 2009.

Professional Practice for Landscape Architects - Visiting Professor, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Faculty of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, 2012 Fall Semester.