Eric W. Wahl, RLA, ASLA – Eric is the Landscape Architect at Element. He joined Element in 2008 and has been instrumental in the many facets of landscape architecture including land planning and master planning, lot feasibility studies, commercial landscape designs, conservation planning, and complete landscape packages for new homes, including low-impact and sustainable designs.
Eric strives for a balance between the built and the natural environments. With an eye towards ecological awareness, Eric’s designs lean toward sustainability and foster an ecological stewardship. He is experienced in total site planning, from concept through design-development, including zoning code review and interpretation, wayfinding analysis, multi-modal transportation planning, park design, and planting design. He also uses his graphic skills in developing much of the marketing items for Element and many of the illustrative renderings that help support the architecture team.
Eric holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Temple University, and is a registered Landscape Architect in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, and was recently appointed President of the Delaware Board of Landscape Architecture. Eric is also President of the Delaware Native Plant Society. In addition, Eric is an adjunct professor at Delaware Technical & Community College where he teaches sustainable landscaping and landscape design.