Bryce Lloyd is a registered landscape architect working in both private and public practice seeking harmony with the environment. Lloyd’s designs work with the natural environment, providing a rich and abundant blending of human needs into the environment without losing the natural character of the landscape. Lloyd’s expertise focuses on fitting human needs into unique environmentally sensitive landscapes and using native plants to create harmonious spaces.
As a member of the Arizona Homeopathic Medical Examiners Board, Lloyd understands the abilities of the natural elements in a landscape to heal us. He designs landscapes that both have the ability to heal as well as provide a place to live. Currently, he is involved in creating a natural healing garden at Mago Garden Center in Sedona, Arizona. Interested in ecosystematic design, environmental psychology and art, Lloyd incorporates these disciplines in his design work.
As the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument landscape architect, Lloyd is helping to design and develop flagship visitor centers for the first national monument to be proclaimed by President Clinton and managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Based on Visual Resource Management principles, he is writing Learning from the Land--Design Guidelines for Architecture and Landscape Architecture for the monument.
Working with national, state and local government, Lloyd has won several awards for park and open space designs based on ecological scientific analysis. He has designed multi-family villages from California to Florida.