David Gregory is a landscape architect(State of Colorado #1011) and urban planner with more than fifteen years of cross disciplinary professional experience in the planning, design, construction, and real estate fields.
After receiving a Master’s Degree from the University of Colorado at Denver in both Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, David has worked professionally serving both private and public sector clients on projects in a variety of ecological and cultural contexts.
His interest is focused on a systems approach to design that engages the community as well as the processes inherent and unique to the site. David is committed to an integrated systems approach to design and construction of the built environment that values aesthetics, ecology, and economics as well as social and cultural systems.
Past representative projects include residential design, feasibility studies, master planning, site design, signage and way-finding, recreational facility planning, streetscapes, community planning, urban park design, open space planning, storm water management planning, and a variety of design build projects.
David has been an Executive Committee member for ASLA Colorado and will serve as the Chapter President in the upcoming year. He also has served on the board for the Denver Architectural Foundation’s annual event, Doors Open Denver. He is a frequent visiting juror at both Colorado State University and University of Colorado’s School of Architecture and Planning.
John Young is a landscape designer with more than ten years of experience working on a variety of project types. He has designed and managed projects both locally and nationally and has successfully implemented some of the most challenging and complex projects for both public and private clients.
Previous to joining Oxbow, John was instrumental in designing North Stapleton Parks & Open Space in Denver, the Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and Lane Field Park in downtown San Diego, CA. No matter the design challenge, John demonstrates a real passion for creating spaces that improve the quality of life for all people. He is motivated by creating places that make people stop, think, and truly appreciate the built environment.
John’s attention to detail is evident in his projects and has an ability to synthesize various details related to materials grading, drainage, and planting into a cohesive aesthetic and functional landscape.
Past representative projects include, urban park design, master planning at all scales, design of public spaces, recreational facilities, community planning, open space planning and a variety of residential projects.
John graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia’s College of Environment & Design.