At Alchemy Exteriors, we believe in a creative process that is engaging, intriguing, and design-forward. At Alchemy, we are more than a landscape company, and we want to give you more than just a design.
Specializing in High-End Commercial and Residential design, Alchemy Exteriors focuses on Urban Developments, Parks, Sports Arenas, Multi-Family, Single Family projects, and more! There is no project too big or too small for Alchemy to bring to life - We look forward to the journey together.
Alex Tyler has worked in all areas of Landscape Architecture, from zoos and aquariums, to urban parks and museums, as well as a wide range of commercial projects. Having over 10 years of intense and unique work experience in Alaska, Disney World, Seattle, Texas and Oklahoma, Alex has acquired a unique blend of design personality through his travels and various high-end design practices.
Alex was awarded First Place in the 2019 International Pool and Spa Million Dollar Pool Challenge, and was runner-up in 2018..
With a Master in Landscape Architecture, and a B.S. in Zoology from the University of Oklahoma, Alex has been able to implement creative designs that incorporate sustainable materials, local resources, and environmentally-friendly design solutions.
Sri is a graduate student at the University of Oklahoma pursuing dual Master degrees in Landscape Architecture and Interior Design. He also has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from India.
Sri is interested in knitting outdoor natural environment with intimate indoor architectural fabric and achieving aesthetic and spatial harmony for users.
He has a diverse work experience. He recently completed his summer internship at Wolff Landscape Architecture, Chicago and has a past internship work experience at C2 Collaborative, a Landscape Architecture firm in San Clemente, California. He previously worked as a freelance Architect and Interior designer for three years while collaborating with many design professionals before deciding to pursue his masters in landscape architecture.
He is also working as a graduate research assistant in OU’s Institute for Quality Communities and as a graduate teaching assistant in the Interior Design undergraduate and graduate programs.