Freya Bardell

Ecological designer

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Ecological designer and head of the LA office of Rana Creek, the Carmel Valley-based company founded by Paul Kephart, whose projects include green roofs for the Ford Rouge Center in Michigan and the new California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco

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