Kobi Bradley

  • Senior Landscape Architect / Principal
  • Kansas City

Kobi is a licensed landscape architect and urban designer at Populous with more than 25 years of professional experience. His leadership for many of the firm’s master planning and landscape architectural design projects has helped create memorable urban spaces across the nation. He believes in the making and re-making of cities and public spaces. Kobi is involved in projects of many kinds including urban design, campus, parks, development and re-development projects. His designs, ranging in scale from hundreds of acres of varied ecological systems to developing integrated street scape elements, celebrate public activity and a unique communal experience. Kobi is well versed in designing solutions that can do many things at the same time – most importantly enriching the lives and experiences of people in each separate community.

He has been recognized for his work with design awards from organizations such as the American Society of Landscape Architects, American Institute of Architects, Urban Land Institute, Design Institute of Australia and Brownfield Renewal Impact.

Kobi is a licensed landscape architect and urban designer at Populous with more than 25 years of professional experience. His leadership for many of the firm’s master planning and landscape architectural design projects has helped create memorable urban spaces across the nation. He believes in the making and re-making of cities and public spaces. Kobi is involved in projects of many kinds including urban design, campus, parks, development and re-development projects. His designs, ranging in scale from hundreds of acres of varied ecological systems to developing integrated street scape elements, celebrate public activity and a unique communal experience. Kobi Read More »

Work

Security Bank Ballpark

  • Midland
  • 2002

Hokokam Stadium

  • Mesa
  • 1997

First Tennessee Park

  • Nashville
  • 2015

PNC Park

  • Pittsburgh
  • 2001

Jacksonville Veterns Memorial Arena

  • Jacksonville
  • 2003

Georgia Tech Hank McCamish Pavillion

  • Atlanta
  • 2013

Gillette Stadium

  • Foxborough
  • 2002

University of Wisconsin Kohl Center

  • Madison
  • 1998

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