The Ellinikon Park will be a new social, recreational, and ecological hub for Athens, Greece
Better design, together.
For Pride Month, Sasaki invited members of the LGBTQ+ community to share their thoughts and reflections
Sasaki has been working with the city since 2020 to bring new life to a well-loved, iconic Boston destination
Halidy will take on employee-facing HR initiatives and lead the strategic advancement of the firm’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging efforts
People of color know what it’s like to fight for their voices to be heard. Perhaps this helped make Hideo Sasaki such a strong advocate for multidisciplinary collaboration in planning and design—he knew the importance of amplifying marginalized voices.
Sasaki is expanding our park planning expertise into the southwestern U.S.
The premiere public amenity of Baton Rouge, LA, long deprived of social, economic, and natural activity, is being revitalized into an ecologically sound, cultural inclusive, and safe place
Sasaki is delighted to announce promotions for four talented leaders
Mendenhall will oversee strategic growth and related opportunities in Sasaki’s landscape architecture, civil engineering, and ecology practice
A new kind of public open space that values the aesthetic, programmatic, and productive importance of treating contaminated water flowing into an EPA Superfund site
Since opening in 2020, Sasaki’s Denver location has set many projects into motion that will impact the public realm across Colorado
Designers Lanmuzhi Yang and Tianjiao Zhang explain how design interventions can help reduce mask pollution
Sasaki collaborated with the City of Boston to develop strategies that will help build a more just, equitable, and resilient Boston
The plan envisions ways to improve accessibility, resilience, student life, and more
The master plan will blend adaptive reuse with new construction to preserve the site's history
The project received the Award of Excellence for Sustainable Development from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, the Canadian Institute of Planners, and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects
Moving away from the more traditional all-glass high rises in the city, Höweler + Yoon and Sasaki bring quality and depth to the building's façade through the unique panel design.
The Boston Globe hails Bryant University's new Sasaki-designed "landmark arena"
Sasaki is honored as part of the sixth annual awards program that recognizes the products, concepts, companies, policies, and designs that are driving change, tackling issues from climate change to inequality, and so much more