STUDIO MANAGER, RLA, ASLA
AT THE OFFICE: Chris Mantle joined HDLA in March 2015 after working in Charlottesville, VA for four years. In his previous work, Chris was involved in numerous projects ranging from large scale master planning for private residential and field sport based development, to municipal, educational, public amenity and green infrastructure design. Chris' passion is urban design and the impact it can have on not only the built environment, but also on the lives of those who live and work there. Chris has continued in his professional career the focus of his Master's work, pushing for the integration of green infrastructure to improve the urban environment.
OUTSIDE THE OFFICE: Chris loves hiking, fishing, camping, gardening, golfing, refinishing furniture, carpentry, and spending time with his family. Chris also spends time volunteering for environmental causes, and prior to moving to Nashville was the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Rivanna Conservation Society.
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
Bachelor of Science Landscape Architecture, 2008
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
Masters of Landscape Architecture, 2010 (Magna Cum Laude)
Landscape Architect: VA Lic. # 0406001716
American Society of Landscape Architects
Office: 615.327.4447 Ext. 102