Segal Shuart Landscape Architects, established in 2014, provides thoughtful design to commercial, public, and residential clients throughout Southern California. Whether a park, plaza, or residential garden, we believe that landscapes should be purposeful, sustainable, and sensitive to their context.

We are engaged in our projects from concept through construction, and we seek a thorough understanding of each site and its users. It is that understanding that forms the backbone of our design process.  


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Josh Segal, Partner

A licensed landscape architect, Josh has been serving public and private clients throughout Southern California and beyond for 15 years. His projects have included public realm urban spaces, transit-oriented design, ecological design, large-scale community and town planning, single-family/multi-family residential, and recreation projects. As a project manager and designer, he has provided leadership during outreach, master planning, schematic design, construction documentation, and implementation. Josh believes that the most successful projects are those that balance function, beauty, and maintenance.

Prior to co-founding Segal Shuart, Josh spent 8 years with AECOM (formerly EDAW) working on residential, institutional, and municipal projects, and began his career with Pamela Burton and Company. Josh holds a bachelors of arts degree in Communication from UC San Diego, and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Cal Poly Pomona.


Julia Shuart, Partner

A licensed Landscape Architect, Julia has well over a decade of professional design experience. She prides herself on developing close client and consultant relationships and brings a high level of professionalism, communication, and sophistication to her work. She has been involved in a wide range of public and private sector projects, including mixed-use developments, institutional, multi-family and high-end residential properties. Julia commenced her professional career at AECOM (formerly EDAW) where, for five years, she tackled a variety of projects for public realm urban spaces, streetscapes, transit-oriented and ecological design, community planning, and recreation, predominantly in the greater Los Angeles area.

Julia considers landscape architecture an art form and strives to successfully juxtapose architecture, natural systems, infrastructure and unique site conditions while balancing client budgets and user needs. She pays attention to detail and is meticulous and engaged. Julia holds bachelors of arts degrees in Studio Art and German from UCLA, a Master in Landscape Architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, and sits on the Westwood Community Design Review Board.