Ms. Bertha Pantoja is a MA-registered landscape architect with design expertise gained over 15 years of project-based and teaching experience in Greater Boston and Mexico.
Before founding BP design in 2014, Ms. Pantoja contracted with Child Associates, CBA landscape architects and Keith LeBlanc to complete projects for educational and governmental agencies. Bertha teaches landscape technology and studios at the BAC; she has also held an adjunct position at Northeastern University, the Wentworth Institute of Technology and the Centro Metropolitano de Arquitectura Sustainable in Mexico City. Bertha is the lead principal founder of BP design, focusing on the design and implementation of landscape projects in the Boston area with a strong interest in urban landscape as transformational spaces for cities. Bertha’s work explores the use of new technologies to help address urban landscape challenges. Ms. Pantoja is a board member of the Cambridge Art Commission, an organization that provides guidance and advice for the proper administration and implementation of the city's Public Art/Percent-for-Art Ordinance. Bertha enjoys being outdoors and is an avid runner and triathlete.
Ms. Pantoja holds a Master Degree in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design from Harvard University’s School of Design and a Bachelors in Architecture from UNAM , Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.