About

SHOPLICK LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Every site has a unique ecology. Every client has unique desires. Each project we undertake is an opportunity to explore this intersection of nature and civilization, and to create a landscape that enriches the environment and the lives of our clients.

Shoplick Landscape Architecture was founded by Jane Shoplick in 2003. The company was established on Jane's belief that thoughtfully and exceptionally designed sustainable landscapes should be available to everyone, a principle that continues to guide her practice today.  

 

Jane is a registered landscape architect in Massachusetts, a LEED accredited professional, and a certified WBE and DBE firm. She brings over 28 years of both public and private design experience to her work. Prior to starting Shoplick Landscape Architecture, Jane was a landscape architect at Copley Wolff Design Group, where she designed and managed many of the firm's park and playground projects, including the Boston Common's TADpole Playground and the Montshire Museum of Science's Science Park. 

 

Jane is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Native Plant Trust, and Grow Native. Having grown up in New England, she understands the region's ecology and it's native plant communities and strives to incorporate sustainability principals throughout her work.

 

Jane holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture degree from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, and has taught landscape design courses at Harvard's Career Discovery Program, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Rhode Island School of Design. In addition to her teaching, Jane has served on various City of Newton Advisory Committees that examined the economic and design implications for the redevelopment of two City-owned properties.