Farrer Huxley

Jaime Uriarte | Senior Landscape Architect

Jaime has practised as a landscape architect for over a decade. He advocates the reclamation and restoration of public spaces, with a belief that they make a meaningful contribution to people’s lives.

 
Portrait by Clare Elliott.

Portrait by Clare Elliott.

 

Jaime Uriarte

Senior Landscape Architect (CMLI)

Having practised as a landscape architect for over a decade, and with considerable on-site experience, Jaime is confident in managing all project stages.

He advocates the reclamation and restoration of public spaces with a belief that they make a meaningful contribution to people’s lives. Jaime revives previously unloved ‘non-places’, turning them into distinctive urban spaces that benefit the city and its people. He has an ability to reconnect places with people and locale, building on their history and envisioning their future.

Jaime is interested in graphic expression - animation in particular. He likes flying, making things, and science fiction. He is most happy on his bike in and around London or getting lost in an unknown city.


2015
Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI)

2004-2005
PG Dip - Landscape Architecture, Kingston University