E. Allan Spulecki

E. Allan Spulecki


Allan Spulecki is Principal and Director of Technical Design at RELM.   Trained and licensed in both architecture and landscape architecture, Allan is adept in elegantly resolving complex issues/systems to render some of the country’s most heralded public landscapes including Columbus Circle and the Washington Monument under Laurie Olin; the Fran and Ray Stark Sculpture Garden at the Getty Museum in West Los Angeles and Mill River Park, a career highlight.  There, he spearheaded the de-channelization of a stagnant and under-utilized urban river front in the heart of downtown Stamford, CT, yielding a welcoming, dynamic, and award winning 12-acre civic park.  Allan’s love of open space and riparian edges is as profound as they are for urban systems.  At RELM, Allan leads his own design projects while overseeing the technical design across all studio commissions.


Master in Landscape Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1995

Master in Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1994

Bachelor of Architecture, Catholic University, Washington D.C. 1986

‘Los Angeles is at a pivotal moment in its history were ecology, water, density, open space, and multi-modal transit are forcing a new paradigm of systems and application.  I look forward to applying my rich experience in the evolution of this great city.’