Katie Spitz

Principal of Katherine Spitz Associates


Principal of the landscape-architecture firm Katherine Spitz Associates, which is a member of the team headed by Hargreaves Associates that has won the competition to design the Los Angeles State Historic Park at the Cornfield site in Chinatown (Team members also include Michael Maltzan Architecture and Arthur Golding and Associates)

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