Echo Landscape design is a Los Angeles based, full-service landscape design firm.
We provide both commercial and residential site solutions, including softscape and hardscape plans, cohesive and water-wise plant palettes, auto cad landscape documents and renderings, as well as all landscape material selection.
We are committed to helping you make your outdoor living spaces more beautiful, inviting and environmentally sound.
MAGGIE LOBL, Principal
Maggie earned a degree in Art History and then did hard time in the apparel industry as a designer and merchandiser. In a round-about way, she came to Landscape Design, a vocation that takes full advantage of her range of talents and skills. In her work she creates gardens tailored to the clients’ needs and uses and for the good of the environment that we all share.
Maggie holds a certificate in Landscape Architecture from the graduate program at UCLA Extension where she was honored to receive the Joseph H. Linesch Scholarship in 2011. She is a Master Gardener, certified by the L. A. County extension office and UC Davis, as well as a licensed landscape contractor (C-27). She is a member of G3: Green Gardens Group and also a professional certified by the EPA's WaterSense labeled program.
Maggie is one of the owners of Acorn, a home and garden shop in the Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Maggie served on the board of directors of the incredible Garden School Foundation for three years. Other volunteer projects have included advising on an “edible wall” garden installed at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and as an advisor to create a rooftop vegetable garden at Los Angeles Community Action Network (LACAN) on Skid Row as part of their Team Food program.
JULIE CHADWICK, Senior Designer
Julie had a career in music, radio and graphic design before throwing herself full-time into Landscape Design. She has the perfect blend of talent, creativity and technical smarts to turn ideas into realities that meet the needs and wishes of clients.
Julie received a certificate in Landscape Architecture from the graduate program at UCLA Extension, where her thesis project won awards.
Julie has long been involved in animal rescue. In her free time, she volunteers and plays roller derby for the Los Angeles Derby Dolls.