Where flooding is a way of life, planning and designing to welcome water is a natural next step for this Chinese riverfront park
Every investment in resilience should be multibenefit; we believe in leveraging the broader potential of resilience investments to strengthen social networks, grow economic opportunities, and advance equity. Addressing a range of challenges—from flooding, to heat waves, to drought—Sasaki works with clients to plan and design holistically for changing environments.
Sasaki is delighted to announce the American Planning Association (APA) awarded the Climate Ready Boston Citywide Report a 2019 National Planning Achievement Award for Resilience – Gold Winner, the highest honor within the category
“Landscape architects are in a unique position to be one of the most influential professions to tackle climate change," says Sasaki principal and Chair of Landscape Architecture, Michael Grove
Perspectives on resilience and landscape architecture in the context of climate-induced conditions
Working in Cedar Rapids, a city of 130,000, that had only eight years between their first and second highest floods on historical record
Planning for resilience in a vulnerable area of Tennessee, guided by the principles: protect, restore, and empower
Researching, designing, and fabricating a permeable paver prototype to help with urban flooding