10 World Trade
Fostering design excellence is at the core of Philip’s work. He encourages open and engaging dialogue within teams to promote exploration and innovation at every stage of the design process. With his passion lying at the integration of the built and natural environments, Philip looks to create distinctive and equitable spaces that encourage community engagement with the public realm.
Philip is a landscape architect who contributes to a wide range of high profile projects across a range of scales. Often working with multidisciplinary teams, Philip provides critical thinking for our landscape practice and is responsible for the realization of spaces across a wide range of types, from pop-up parklets and urban plazas to large-scale landscape planning, public parks and waterfront developments.
In Boston's bustling Seaport, Sasaki recognized a unique opportunity to integrate architecture and landscape
Press including Metropolis, World Landscape Architecture (WLA), and Boston Business Journal have recently featured Sasaki’s life science building and site at 10 World Trade, which will break ground in Boston’s Seaport District in late 2021