Patricia Fonseca Flores is a Principal at CMG Landscape Architecture. She believes in designing and planning with nature and brings 18+ years of experience in landscape architecture, master planning, resilience planning and open space development management.
With the understanding that each site has its own environmental, cultural, and historical context, she specializes in creating unique projects and places in the San Francisco Bay Area and Latin America. Patricia’s work, prior to CMG, includes signature waterfront open spaces in San Francisco, including Crane Cove Park, Treasure Island, and Ocean Beach.
Patricia is currently serving on the Design Review Board of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC), advising, and providing guidance on public access, views and open space on projects seeking approval within the BCDC’s 100-foot shoreline jurisdiction. Patricia’s educational background in Architecture from the University of Costa Rica and her Master in Landscape Architecture from University of California Berkeley, along with her upbringing in Costa Rica, have shaped her into an adaptive, multifaceted and nature-based design leader.
Northern California Chapter, Merit Award for General Design, American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Crane Cove Park
Excellence on the Waterfront Top Honor Award, The Waterfront Center, Ocean Beach Master Plan
Planning Integration Award, National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP), Ocean Beach Master Plan
Merit Award Outstanding Planning Document, Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP), Ocean Beach Master Plan