Barth Hendrickson, PLA, ASLAPrincipal, Executive Vice President
Barth Hendrickson is a Principal and Executive Vice President at Browning Day. Barth leads our Landscape Architecture studio. His passion resides in rethinking design solutions that make physical sense of the human experience through planning and design. Barth is recognized for his work on the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Eli Lilly and Company and the Indianapolis Zoo. Many of the firm’s landscape and site design awards are the result of his encouraging a studio focus on the design and management of water, soil, vegetation, material use and, animal/human health and well-being in purposefully programmed spaces. Barth is a graduate of the Purdue University School of Agriculture where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture in 1994. Barth is a Principal and Vice President at Browning Day.