California, National, International
From the firm's inception in 1992, the philosophy of Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture has reflected Jeffrey's passion for unique plant material and meticulous attention to the projects overall design concept. As a result, Jeffrey's designs are distinct in blending his unparalleled plant vocabulary, compelling concepts and thoughtful design solutions to provide each client with an extraordinary landscape. Initially, Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture's projects focused on high concept residential designs in the San Francisco area. In 1999, the firm expanded and relocated to the San Luis Obispo area where it continues to specialize in site specific designs for both residential and commercial projects.
Jeffrey’s designs strive to marry architecture to site and develop a cohesive landscape design that looks like it belongs. He has a strong conviction toward a regional style, encouraging the owners of his designs to celebrate where they live and create a stronger connection through their landscape.

Areas Served

Certifications and Awards
The Best of California, California Home + Design Magazine 2009,2010,2014
San Francisco Flower Garden Show, (2011) American Society of Landscape Architects Award + 6 others
Sunset Dream Garden Award, Sunset Magazine,2006,2008,2011
Golden Trowel Award, Garden Design Magazine,2002,2006
Contact: Jeffrey Gordon Smith
Location: 1212 2nd Street
Baywood Park, CA 93402
License Number: RLA #4739
Commented: Please tell me who the manufacturer was for the front doors. Sorry we don't have that information. Doors were purchased direct by the client.
February 17, 2015 in Photo Questions  
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture now has a photo featured in a story: Soak It Up: How to Manage Stormwater in Your Landscape
on Wednesday
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: Great design. Are these standard concrete blocks?
on Monday
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: What kind of wood did you use for the benches?
on Monday
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™