Tyler Mohr


Tyler is an Associate at Surfacedesign Inc. in San Francisco and teaches first and second semester digital drawing for masters-track students in the LAEP department. His experience within the field of landscape architecture ranges from large scale projects such as campuses and masterplans to intimate scale work such as residential gardens and planting design. Tyler specializes in representation, utilizing both analog and digital methods to create representations of space that aim to capture temporal and dynamic characteristics of both the built and unbuilt environment. Prior to his current role, Tyler taught digital media for UC Berkeley’s CED summer institute, [in]LAND, for three years.

Awards and Recognition

ASLA Student Merit Award ASLA, CSU (2014)

Outstanding Senior in Landscape Architecture CSU (2014)

Featured Work & Exhibitions

Place des Interactifs - Article  Rethinking The Future (RTF) (2018)

Codify - Publication  Bradley Cantrell (2018)

Landscape Architecture Magazine June 2017 LAM (2017)

FIN - Responsive Hydrologies - Article  Archoutloud (2016)

Responsive Topography: Fluvial Landscapes - Exhibition Harvard GSD (2016)

The Architects Guide to Portfolios - Publication Brandon Hubbard (2016)

Platform GSD 8 - Publication Harvard Graduate School of Design (2016)

Platform GSD 7 - Publication Harvard Graduate School of Design (2015)