Luning Li

Luning Li


Luning (Luna) Li is one of RELM’s most accomplished designers. Adeptly facile in concept ideation and project documentation, Luna assists design principals in the realization of significant landscape projects. She has been instrumental in winning two highly coveted design competitions: the New Natural Resources Headquarters Building in Sacramento and LAX’s consolidated car rental facility (CONRAC), a 73-acre project showcasing a signature gateway landscape. She is now leading many components of The Creek, an 87-acre park for the City of Carson, along with smaller urban infill projects throughout Los Angeles.

Prior to RELM, Luna worked for OLIN and AECOM helping earn national design awards for 30th Street Station Master Plan in Philadelphia (2017) and another for Wolong Lake Waterfront Park in Shanghai (2015). Luna is fluent designing across scale and typology. She draws beautifully and enjoys utilizing multiple 2D+3D design and animation software programs.


Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Southern California 2012

Bachelor of Art, Environmental Art & Design, Tsinghua University 2010

‘Landscape architecture comprehensively improves urban life. It resolves many key questions related to mobility and settlement; anchors people to place by creating destinations; and ultimately uplifts the social energy of urban centers.  Landscape is the life line to how we live.’