Located in Shanghai’s rapidly growing Jiading District, the park is a prime example of the impact restorative strategies have on improving water quality and expanding wildlife habitat
Better design, together.
The new 19-story, 480,000 square-foot office design redefines the "open-office"
The American Planning Association’s Colorado Chapter Recognizes DEN strategic plan for innovative vision
The Princeton Review recognizes the library as the 20th best college library in the country
A look at projects in the state from the 1960s to today
Ambitious sustainability targets are achievable with new construction. But what about our existing buildings? Sustainability Director Tamar Warburg shares the latest on a remarkable renovation underway in Tel Aviv
The project will transform one of Boston's most-used civic places into a welcoming and accessible destination
Sasaki is embarking on a campus master plan with the University of Colorado Boulder, nearly sixty years after the firm’s initial planning effort was completed in 1962.
Enhancing the streets of a popular Denver arts district, while maintaining its unique character and authenticity
The Covid-19 pandemic has shifted the conversation about less-manicured approaches to urban parks
Sasaki's Director of Sustainability and Resilience, Tamar Warburg, offers her perspective via InsideClimateNews
The Lawrenceville School, Deerfield Academy, and Greenwich Academy are forward-thinking in their campus investments
The first stage of revitalization efforts have set the stage for the park to come
Cleveland arts and architecture critic, Steven Litt, celebrates the Sasaki-designed landscape and maintenance shed
Zhang discusses Sasaki's work at Xinyang University South Bay Campus
Key considerations in residential life planning and design to consider in adapting for short-term challenges and long-term evolution
The apartment-style housing integrates new buildings with surrounding landscape and ecology
Large mixed-use project moves forward as momentum builds in SE Austin
The building is slated for completion in Spring 2022
Michael Grove elevated to Fellow by the American Society of Landscape Architects
Here at Sasaki, the word “interdisciplinary” is a part of our everyday vocabulary
Associate and landscape architect Diana Fernandez receive the inaugural award for her exceptional leadership and considerable contributions within her first decade of practice
Creating cultural hotspots to foster connectivity and encourage urban diversity
An existing housing site is transformed into a connective complex that manipulates the topography to allow stronger pedestrian connections and new outdoor program spaces
Principal and civil engineer Zachary Chrisco recognized with honorary membership to the American Society of Landscape Architects for outsized influence to the landscape architecture profession by an allied professional
Athletics and recreation are crucial to a healthy campus experience. How can they endure the pandemic?
Watch a WGBH interview with planner and principal Mary Anne Ocampo on what schools can expect this fall
The series foregrounds Boston's rising artists, activists, and organizers against the backdrop of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
A new residential tower strategically placed in downtown Boston, acting as a gateway that weaves multiple neighborhoods together
Senior Associate Youngjin Lee presented "New Perspectives of Zaha Hadid's Recent Works: Parametric Geneology" to the international conference held by the International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association (ICCEA)