OJB Landscape Architecture is dedicated to creating landscapes that transform perspectives, evoke emotional responses, and create unique sensory experiences. The firm’s work imaginatively unifies the relationship between landscape and architecture, emphasizing place-making as a mechanism for healing, gathering, and celebration. With context and function always in mind, OJB seeks to creatively utilize materials that not only mitigate site and environmental challenges, but also promote healthy living.
OJB is the recipient of more than 90 state and national design awards, including several prominent national awards for the creation of urban parks that return civic engagement to the forefront of cities. Notable awards include three ULI Urban Open Space Awards for Levy Park in Houston (2018), Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma City, OK (2015), and for Klyde Warren Park in Dallas (2014), among others. OJB was honored as the recipient of the ASLA Firm Award in 2015. In 2016, Jim Burnett was honored as the recipient of the prestigious ASLA Design Medal, an annual designation bestowed upon landscape architects for their ongoing commitment to the profession and an exemplary, sustained body of work.