Master of Landscape Architecture
Harvard University

Bachelor of Science, Graphic Communications
Arizona State University

Bachelor of Arts, English
Arizona State University

Professional Affiliations

American Society of Landscape Architects
Society for Ecological Restoration
American Planning Association, Hawai‘i Chapter
Landscape Industry Council of Hawaii

Areas of Special Competence

Sustainable Landscape Design
Site Analysis and Planning
Trail Planning and Design

Robyn Sweesy, ASLA, LEED AP

Associate Principal

Years Experience: 33

For Robyn Sweesy, an HHF team member since 2004, there’s no place like home mixed with international experience. Locations for her landscape architecture and planning projects include Hawaiʻi (her birth place), Guam, Japan, China, Bali, Malaysia, and Massachusetts, and project types include complex feasibility studies, large- and small-scale master plans, historic preservation documentation, and trail and landscape design. Robyn welcomes the challenge to learn about new places, work at different scales, and acquire new expertise. To each project, she applies perceptive analytical skills, excellent written and graphic communication abilities, and attention to detail.

Robyn’s joy of hiking and working on Boston’s Freedom Trail Revitalization evolved into planning nature trails for Kapalua, Maui and Kawainui-Hāmākua Complex on Oʻahu, urban trails for Hilo’s bayfront, and interpretive trails for Ford Island and Fort Kamehameha cultural landscapes. She is grateful to have had the opportunity to design the Waikoloa Bowl, a major outdoor entertainment venue on Hawai‘i Island (ASLA Hawaii Chapter Merit Award, 2009), and to be contributing to the quality of life for U.S. military personnel.

Community Involvement

Past-President and gardener, Mānoa Community Garden, City & County of Honolulu Community Recreational Gardening Program

Volunteer, Community ARTS Experience

Representative Projects


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