Ye Tian

Senior Landscape Designer


With a background in both landscape design and traditional artistic disciplines, Landscape Designer Ye Tian brings valuable digital and hand-based techniques to every stage of a project, from concept through construction. Her experience include: an urban plaza component of a new transit-oriented development in New Rochelle; a publicly accessible waterfront esplanade at the Durst Organization’s Hallets Point Development; a 35-acre urban nature preserve in Arverne East, Queens; and the extension of New Jersey’s first stormwater park at Hoboken Southwest Park. Ye comes to Starr Whitehouse from the Rhode Island School of Design, where she completed her Master’s in Landscape Architecture.

Representative Projects:

Halletts Point Esplanade, Queens, NY
St. Mary’s Park Master Plan, Bronx, NY
Marsha P Johnson State Park, Brooklyn, NY
Bear Mountain Restoration, Bear Mountain, NY
East Harlem Resiliency Study, New York, NY
East Shore Shoreline Parks Plan, Staten Island, NY
Arverne East Nature Preserve, Queens, NY
Jones Beach Energy and Nature Center, Jones Beach, NY
Halletts Point Waterfront Development, Queens, NY
Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River, NY
Freshkills South Park, Staten Island, NY
New Rochelle Transit-Oriented Development, New Rochelle, NY
Forest Hills Housing Development Campus, Queens, NY
40th Street Police Precinct, New York, NY
Bayard Cutting Arboretum Visitor Center Plaza & Parking Expansion, Long Island, NY
Teatown Nature Center, Westchester County, NY