Felicia Nichole Perez

  • Institute: Harvard University - Graduate School of Design
  • Location: Cambridge

I have over ten years of experience in the food and beverage industry, under the direction of Chef José Andrés’ Think Food Group in Washington D.C. Curating events ranging from large fundraisers for President Barack Obama to intimate outdoor forest-to-table dinners for locavore enthusiasts, I grew wildly passionate about opportunities to engage farmers, distillers, chefs, and the greater community together to enjoy a meal forged by individual talents and welded through collaboration. Merging my talent for curating events, and my passion for food and gardening, with my deep interest in linking people in urban environments to their food and garden resources by way of their landscapes, I am now on my way to earning an MLA from Harvard's Graduate School of Design.


The Ruby Necklace: A Recipe for Bog-to-Table Agritourism

Landscape    |    04 Jan 2023   

This proposal leverages tourism and recreation to aid the at-risk industry of Cranberry growers to sustain their farms and cultivate the cultural heritage of this native crop. Threatening their land and livelihoods, cranberry farmers are at a pivotal fork in the road, to retreat or to renovate? This framework supports

Lunch on the Charles: A staging ground for social and commercial activation

Landscape    |    11 Jan 2022   

MLA First Semester Core Studio Project 3: Urban River: Landscape as a framework for public recreation and health. After analyzing the site and the greater context of the future land-use of the Lower Allston and Watertown neighborhoods, it was clear how this area is rapidly growing residentially with commercial and