Interior design principal Liz von Goeler offers thoughts on how the world can return to the workplace
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live. Sasaki designers are confronting this new reality, and are committed to using design to build a healthier, safer, and more equitable future. Read their latest thinking below.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shifted the conversation about less-manicured approaches to urban parks
Sasaki's Director of Sustainability and Resilience, Tamar Warburg, offers her perspective via InsideClimateNews
Landscape architects play a vital role in fighting pandemics at their source
Athletics and recreation are crucial to a healthy campus experience. How can they endure the pandemic?
Watch a WGBH interview with planner and principal Mary Anne Ocampo on what schools can expect this fall
Key considerations in residential life planning and design to consider in adapting for short-term challenges and long-term evolution
Urban planner Wendell Joseph featured in a podcast and virtual panel discussion on transportation and housing in a post-pandemic era
Analysis of classroom data reveals how social distancing will change space utilization on campuses this fall
Landscape architecture principal Michael Grove outlines the risks of urban sprawl
CEO James Miner speaks to ENR about the effects of COVID-19
How will the pandemic encourage us to think differently about the design of urban spaces?
Principal Greg Havens, AIA, AICP pens a perspective for SCUP Journal's Summer 2020 issue, advocating schools seize the opportunity to plan with universal design principles as pedagogy and campus are reconceived to respond to the pandemic
Sasaki's Director of Sustainability and Resilience shares lessons learned from the global COVID-19 pandemic
Miner reflects on Sasaki’s evolving response to the crisis and lessons learned
A look at space planning initiatives that harness data to uncover solutions to complex challenges never before faced by college and university leaders