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town planner , Landscape architect

Craig Stewart Campbell, American landscape architect, town planner. Registered landscape architect, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada. Recipient merit award Albuquerque Conservation Association, 1989, 91; National Endowment for the Arts design fellow, 1975.


Campbell, Craig Stewart was born on May 18, 1938 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota, United States. Son of Kenneth Stewart and Margaret Sophia (Riedesel) Campbell.


Student, Iowa State University, 1958. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Landscape Architect, University Illinois, 1960. Master in Landscape Architect, University Washington, 1986.


Junior planner Broome County Planning Board, Binghamton, New York, 1960-1961. European work/travel landscape architect Scotland and Denmark, 1961-1962. Project landscape architect John Lantzius & Associates, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1964-1966, Ribera & Sue, Oakland, California, 1967-1968, Architects Collaborative, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968-1969.

Planner False Creek Development Team Vancouver City Planning Department, 1972-1973. Owner Campbell & Associates, Sante Fe, 1976-1984. Principal Campbell Okuma Perkins Associates, 1984-1995, Design Workshop, Inc., Denver, since 1995.

Visiting evaluators Landscape Architects Accreditation Board. Founding partner Southwest Wetlands Group. Teaching assistant, instructor University Washington, 1985-1986, lecturer 1972, 86.

Lecturer University Illinois, 1975, Southwest Turfgrass Association Conference, El Paso, 1982, University New Mexico, 1983, American Society of Landscape Architects, New Mexico, 1987, 90, Santa Fe, 1987, Washington, 1992, Chicago, 1993, University Texas, Austin, 1989, Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment Conference, Albuquerque, 1989, American Association Botan. Gardens and Arboreta, Seattle, 1990, Albuquerque, 1992.


  • Registered landscape architect, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: Water in Landscape Architecture, 1978. Contributor articles to professional journals. Principal works include Rio Grande Botanic Garden Master Plan, Fourth St. Pedestrian Mall Extension, City of Albuquerque, University House Site Master Plan, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Museum of Natural History, Albuquerque, Sante Fe Median Beautification Master Plan, City of Santa Fe, Quail Run Plz.

      Wings, Lomas Boulevard Transit/Pedestrianway Master Plan, Albuquerque, University New Mexico Family Practice Courtyard and Fountain, San Juan River Recreation Study, Bureau of Reclamation, Armand Hammer United World College, Montezuma, New Mexico, Dorsey Mansion State Monument, Site Restoration Drawings, State Office buildings, South Capitol Complex, Copper Square, El Dorado Elementary School Wetland System, Santa Fe.


Member urban design subcommittee Urban Policy Board, City of Santa Fe. Member New Mexico Professional Technology Assistance Board. Fellow American Society Landscape Archs (trustee national board for New Mexico 1986-1989, Bradford Williams medal 1974, merit award in communications 1979.

Courtyard and fountain award New Mexico chapter 1979, merit award 1993). Member American Association Botan. Gardens and Arboreta.


  • Other Interests

    Photography, native plants, natural history, history of garden art, hiking.


Married Jeng-Jeng Hu, October 19, 1975. 1 child, Michael Stewart.

Kenneth Stewart Campbell

Margaret Sophia (Riedesel) Campbell

Jeng-Jeng Hu

Michael Stewart Campbell