LES SECHLER, ASLA

Senior Designer

Les Sechler brings over 25 years of multi-disciplinary design experience to LGLA. His background as a graphic, product and landscape designer enables him to approach projects from a variety of perspectives and to craft solutions that reflect a deep knowledge of design history. 

 

His experience at LGLA includes the development of new landscapes for significant historic homes, including the Pitzer President’s Residence in Claremont, Richard Neutra’s Hafley House in Long Beach, and the Heineman and Heineman designed Hindry House in Pasadena.