Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect, PC proudly focuses its work on the human experience in the landscape, integrating architecture and the logistics of the outdoors to create unique and inspiring environments.
JKLA is as committed to enjoying work as to doing important work. We are focused on acquiring knowledge, not just of our craft but of the world around us.
Landscape architecture is everywhere, and so are we.
On May 16, 2013, Joy Kuebler presented on the value of walkable communities and along with The Village of Williamsville Mayor Brian Kulpa, presented designs for East Spring Street and Main and Evans Triangle highlighting Quality of Life, Sustainable Design and Community Branding.
In their effort to make the community more pedestrian friendly, The Village of Williamsville has partnered with JKLA on projects such as:
East Spring Street Streetscape
Main and Evans Heritage Park
The Williamsville Mill
Library Pocket Park
Our expertise allows us a unique perspective to see an entire community; from the larger scale planning opportunities of regional bike corridors or pedestrian traffic in the business district, through to the phasing implementation of projects that are the stepping stones to stronger Walkable Communities.
Seneca Math Science Tech is part of Buffalo Public School’s Phase 4 Reconstruction project, and houses the most extensive learning environment we have created for middle and high school students.
The courtyard provides ecosystem elements such as: a pond, stream, rain garden or “bog” environment, meadow, forest, and mountain areas. A lawn area allows group instruction. Functional areas developed alongside faculty and the principal meet NYS Regents level science lab practicals.
The University at Buffalo is currently working in conjuction with JKLA and BPS 197/306 to develop a curriculum for use in this amazing learning courtyard!read more
Buffalo, NY has the opportunity to breathe life back into a once vibrant part of South Buffalo in a reclamation effort that will transform the face of our Lake Erie waterfront. The goal of the project is to revitalize a South Buffalo Neighborhood and brownfield area, but indeed the project will be part of the continued renaissance of Buffalo.read more
Southside Elementary is part of Buffalo Public School’s Phase 4 Reconstruction project.
By locating the pre-kindergarten classrooms at the front of the building, the narrow greenspace on that side of the building developed into a dedicated pre-k learning environment. Three main activity areas; active and digging play, group learning and performance, and natural inquiry learning are incorporated there.