Vinita Sidhu, PLA, ASLA
Vinita Sidhu is a principal at Site Workshop with over two decades of experience designing and planning projects in the public realm. Her professional expertise includes healthcare and university campuses, K-12 schools, parks, playgrounds and cultural landscapes. She is focused on improving community wellness through close collaboration with stakeholders, clients and integrated teams to design and build projects that achieve design excellence through implementation of a shared vision. Her recent work draws inspiration from research demonstrating the health benefits of social engagement and exposure to nature. Through thoughtful design and an emphasis on equity, she aims to connect people to nature and to each other through the artful creation of landscapes that are welcoming, immersive and engaging.
Vinita holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Design of the Environment from the University of Pennsylvania. She serves on the Seattle Design Commission and is a licensed landscape architect in Washington State as well as a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Vinita's projects include the Eli's Park Project, the Helen Sommer's Building on the Washington State Capitol Campus, the University of Washington Population Health Building and the Washington State University at Everett Academic Center.