Reconnecting divided neighborhoods and mitigating the negative environmental, economic, and social impacts of an urban highway artery
Ecology is an essential driver of Sasaki's interdisciplinary practice. Our systematic approach traverses spatial and temporal scales and responds to diverse geographies. Working with our clients and communities, we strive to restore, create, and nurture healthy and regenerative ecosystems that will sustain the well-being of all residents of the planet.
A SITES Gold landscape project sets a new standard for sustainable site development at UT Austin that unites people and the environment in improving health
Part two of Michael Grove's four-part-series exploring landscape architects' role in counteracting climate crises
Where flooding is a way of life, planning and designing to welcome water is a natural next step for this Chinese riverfront park
Two out of three shortlisted Sasaki projects were honored by WAF
While ecology and resilience are among the most salient topics in contemporary landscape architecture, their inherent relationship and differences have deep implications on practice
Economic resilience and ecological restoration fell hand-in-hand—the success of one goal relied on the success of the other at Gulf State Park
Climate.Park.Change. and the Greenwood Community Park Master Plan were recognized for their design excellence by a local chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects
A community-connecting new park advancing universal accessibility and ecological restoration
Allowing nature to inform design while reestablishing the river's connection to its historic floodplain
Designed as a floating wetland, the Chicago Riverwalk's Jetty will provide a healthy habitat for the river's diverse native fish population, as well as educational and recreational opportunities for visitors to observe and interact with the aquatic ecosystem.
Despite being widely criticized for its environmental impacts, the trend of coastal land reclamation is still prevalent in many regions around the world, especially in developing countries
Sasaki principal and urban design Mary Anne Ocampo writes alongside Harvard Graduate School of Design Assistant Professor Stephen Gray
“Environmental leader” has not been a phrase many would use to describe Alabama. Now, thanks to Sasaki's work on Gulf State Park, it will.