Monica Guillaud is a landscape designer at Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf. Her passion for creativity and learning coupled with her interest in the built environment, nature and craftsmanship, paved her pursuit to study landscape architecture at Ball State University. Monica believes there’s a certain charm to landscape architecture because it’s a perfect balance of art and science; dreams and realism; innovation and tradition. Her desire for sustainability began with working for Latz + Partners Landschafts Architekten in Germany where she came to understand avant-garde landscape architecture as a translation of abstract ideas, ideas of nature, ecology and society. She is leading efforts associated with pursuing certification from SITES for Browning Day. Monica enjoys being creative, crafting, music and gardening. She also spends much of her personal time volunteering at several organizations. Monica grew up near Muncie and has a pet rabbit.