A master plan that re-casts 7.7 million square feet of development, creating a diverse, mixed-use environment with pedestrian space and connectivity to Boston's thriving Seaport
Sasaki’s immersive, integrated approach to urban development synthesizes physical, social, environmental, economic, and regulatory complexities into bold, actionable design. We work with leading national and global developers to create meaningful and sustainable value across scales, contexts, and cultures. Given the breadth of our practice within commercial, civic, and campus environments, we capitalize on the increasing connections between these stakeholders to realize dynamic mixed-use development projects.
A byline in ULI's Urban Land Magazine by Sasaki landscape architect and principal Alan Ward gives a behind the scenes look at the evolution of Reston Town Center over decades
A burgeoning 2,000-acre energy district now has a plan for improving walkability, livability, and sustainability over the next twenty years
An environmentally progressive vision for a new central business district adjacent to Wuhan’s high-speed rail station.
An unlikely source of public realm activation in Boston's Seaport comes from a totally new take on the office tower—a departure from the glass box, at long last
Rethinking the airport's role and place in the city's future
Cultivating a new relationship between farmland and urban development that supports a sustainable regional food network and community
Sasaki projects were honored in three separate categories by the international design magazine
“What is the physical form of innovation?” Sasaki’s Martin Zogran poses this question to the audience in a lively dialogue held at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design (GSD) on February 4
Accolades for 798 Arts District and Shanghai Hongkou Urban Catalyst: Stadium, Park and Urban Connectors
The next step for this ongoing project in one of Toronto's fastest growing suburbs
Creating a connected heart along the river out of the last undeveloped waterfront parcel in Portland, Oregon