Lindsay Loftin Rule, ASLA
- Licensed Landscape Architect; Pennsylvania
- MLA & M.Arch, University of Pennsylvania
- B.A. Int Arch, University of Oklahoma
Lindsay is a Senior Associate at PORT, where she focuses on a range of landscape architecture and urbanism projects. Prior to joining the team, Lindsay was a designer at OLIN where she emphasized innovative technological solutions for design practice and landscape performance; her project work included The Hills at Vallco in Cupertino, The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D.C., and the University of Arkansas Stadium Drive Residence Hall in Fayetteville, AR.
From 2011-2015, Lindsay earned her Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. During her time there, she won several inter-academic competitions and won 1st Place in the 2015 Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition. Lindsay also interned for Hollwich Kushner in NYC where she was pivotal in the execution and completion of ‘WENDY’, their Young Architects Program winning entry for MoMA PS1. After this, Lindsay went on to intern for Architizer.com as a travel blogger, documenting transportation methods across America as part of the 2012 Audi Urban Future Awards.
In addition to her landscape architecture and architecture degrees, Lindsay holds a BA in Interior Architecture from the University of Oklahoma where she was ASID chapter president for two years before graduating with honors.