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Following a 2015 Downtown Raleigh Experience Plan, Sasaki’s landscape architects, planners, engineers, and architects engaged with city government and Raleigh residents to reimagine this historic gathering place

Adaptive reuse repositions a 700 year old town near Shanghai into a 21st century hub of activity

Transforming an abandoned rail yard into an ecological jewel, a cultural magnet, and a connected community asset for a rapidly growing region

Recasting an industrial and underutilized waterfront into a bustling urban destination through a feat of design and engineering

An unlikely source of public realm activation in Boston's Seaport comes from a totally new take on the lab and office tower—a departure from the glass box, at long last

A previously inaccessible industrial port is transformed through design intervention into a place meant for people, where a community can meet the water’s edge

Sasaki principal Mark Dawson discussed qualities of resilient communities alongside fellow members of American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the Environmental & Energy Study Institute (EESI), a Congress-created independent non-profit

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