Over the last 30 years, Lehr Jackson has been designing public spaces that meet the needs of communities and reflect the spirit of the landscape. He believes there is economic and social value in revitalizing urban properties and in redefining the way consumers shop.
Lehr Jackson was a co-founder and principal of Williams Jackson Ewing, Inc., which has revitalized such public spaces as Suburban Square in Philadelphia, Union Station in Washington, D.C., and the Grand Central Terminal in New York City, for which they won the 2000 Presidential Design Achievement Award. He has consulted on projects in Russia, China, and Japan.
Here you will find the latest projects and ideas in Jackson's portfolio. From the urban market to country living, Jackson is redefining the spaces where we meet, travel, and shop, and the places we call home.