Ming-Yu Ho is a landscape architect with over 15 years of experience in the fields of architecture, public art, and landscape architecture. Ming’s work has expanded from temporary site installations to large-scale infrastructural transformations. He has been responsible for project design through construction administration on a wide range of projects including Hollywood Park District, Dodger Stadium Improvements, and LA Union Station Forecourt and Esplanade.
In collaboration with landscape architect Ken Smith, Ming created the artist renderings for Orange County Great Park which became the published, iconic images of the project. During the five-year process, he transformed concept renderings into functional construction drawings — assuring that the implementation matched the project vision. Ming earned his Bachelor of Architecture in Taiwan, and both his Master of Landscape Architecture and Master of Public Art Studies from University of Southern California. He is based in our Los Angeles studio.